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Monthly Archives: March 2020

Angelinos observing safer-at-home orders give Los Angeles on going clean air

Posted on March 30, 2020 by Anthony Vulin in Beverly Hills, Glendale, Hollywood Hills, Santa Monica, Silver Lake, Uncategorized, West Hollywood

Amid a rainy March in which millions of Angelenos are observing orders to stay at home, sight lines in the city are getting a bit clearer, and its notorious smog is nowhere to be found. For nearly three straight weeks, air quality maps tracking the region’s scores on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Air Quality Index have been nothing but green—the […]

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Getting around LA safely during the coronavirus outbreak

Posted on March 23, 2020 by Anthony Vulin in Beverly Hills, Glendale, Hollywood Hills, Market Update, Real Estate, Santa Monica, Silver Lake, Uncategorized, West Hollywood

Amid an outbreak of novel coronavirus, local officials have ordered Los Angeles County residents to stay at home, unless engaging in “essential activities.” Still, whether stocking up on groceries or commuting to jobs deemed “essential,” many people still need to get around the city. If you’re wondering how best to do that, here’s a rundown of the […]

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Coronavirus Is Not Deterring Homebuyers

Posted on March 9, 2020 by Anthony Vulin in Uncategorized

Face masks and travel-sized bottles of hand sanitizer are becoming common sights in Los Angeles, where county officials declared a public health emergency Wednesday in response to the presence of six new cases of novel coronavirus.  Since then, four more new cases have been confirmed, and grocery stores are struggling to stock provisions like water and disinfecting wipes. But so […]

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Metro moves to expand transit to Whittier before 2028 Olympics

Posted on March 3, 2020 by Anthony Vulin in Uncategorized

Metro is moving forward with plans to bring light rail service from East Los Angeles to the Orange County-adjacent city of Whittier. The transit agency’s Board of Directors voted unanimously today to proceed with environmental review of the project, which would extend the existing L (formerly Gold) Line from East LA to the Gateway Cities.  The nine-mile rail […]

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