Public Comment of the Week – 9/14/2020

 

The Public Comments section of the Administrative Record is jam packed with letters from us, from you, from everyday citizens who live in the city, demanding that this insanely dangerous and illegal project by Millennium, be shut down for good.

Keep a look out each week as we share some of the comments that stuck out to us the most.… Read the rest

Public Comment of the Week – 9/7/2020

 

The Public Comments section of the Administrative Record is jam packed with letters from us, from you, from everyday citizens who live in the city, demanding that this insanely dangerous and illegal project by Millennium, be shut down for good.

Keep a look out each week as we share some of the comments that stuck out to us the most.… Read the rest

Public Comment of the Week – 8/31/2020

 

The Public Comments section of the Administrative Record is jam packed with letters from us, from you, from everyday citizens who live in the city, demanding that this insanely dangerous and illegal project by Millennium, be shut down for good.

Keep a look out each week as we share some of the comments that stuck out to us the most.… Read the rest

Millennium’s 8/26 hearing: What A Mess!

 

If we learned anything at the nearly 5 hours of the public hearing that took place via telephone yesterday, August 26, it’s how much people do not understand about this project.  But, we’ve also learned that many of you are very aware of the shell game being played by the City officials and this developer.… Read the rest

Hollywood Center: PUBLIC HEARING #1 – REMINDER


 

We want to remind everyone of the first public hearing for Millennium’s Hollywood Center Project being held tomorrow, Wednesday, August 26, 2020 at 9:30am.

In a manner that further prejudices the public, even though City Planner Mindy Nguyen stated that the city will have video conferencing capability as early as next month, the Department of City Planning is holding this hearing entirely by telephone. … Read the rest

City Council, Raymond Chan and Millennium


 

Raymond Chan, was the Mayor Garcetti appointed General Manager of the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (LADBS).   After resigning, Chan served a year as a Los Angeles deputy mayor for economic development until June 2017.    It was under Chan that Millennium’s improper seismic studies were accepted and approved by LADBS. … Read the rest

LA Times Interviews STMH Attorney Robert Silverstein

Morrison-SilvertsteinLA Times writer Patt Morrison profiles our attorney Robert Silverstein in a well conducted interview. It highlights the moral and ethical values that guide Robert in his quest to bring justice and a level playing field to the battle between the citizens and the politicians.

A few highlights from the article:

“In this county, the power to rezone property involves the power to create great wealth, and the effect of
corrupt action by a public official in these matters, in my opinion,is just as reprehensible as taking money from the public treasury.”

Read the rest

The City Approves Geology Findings Rejected by State Geologist

finalApHere’s the good news. The judge doesn’t care what the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (LADBS) says about the earthquake studies submitted Millennium Partners, LLC.  Judge Chalfant determined that the City violated CEQA when it disregarded the concerns of Caltrans,
pursuant to Pub.… Read the rest