Elizabeth Fuller was born and raised in Minneapolis, MN but has lived in LA since 1991 - first in the Sycamore Square neighborhood, and since 2012 in West Adams Heights/Sugar Hill. She was a founder of the Sycamore Square Neighborhood Association in 2005, and is currently on the Board of the West Adams Heights/Sugar Hill Neighborhood Association. She also spent 10 years with the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council, volunteers at Wilshire Crest Elementary School, and is the co-owner/publisher of the Buzz.
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Every now and then, two ballot measures addressing the same issue in slightly different ways end up on an election ballot at the same time. And a bit more rarely, supporters of one of those measures abandon their proposed measure in favor of the other. This is exactly what has happened this year with Measures […]
A major rainstorm yesterday left many parts of our neighborhood – including the portion of the Larchmont Village business district south of Beverly Blvd. – without power for as long as 12 hours on Friday afternoon and evening. Most (if not all) businesses on Larchmont lost power around noon, and while some closed fairly soon after […]
As many voters will admit, the Los Angeles Community College District elections are a lot more low-key, and possibly a lot less interesting to many people, than most of the other races on the spring ballot. In fact, it’s likely that many voters haven’t even heard of any of the current candidates, and are not […]
Back in 2009, amid recession-mandated budget cuts, the City of Los Angeles eliminated its funding for speed humps, the bumps on low-volume neighborhood streets that can help to control traffic speeds. This year, however, the City has once again funded a speed hump program, along with the staff to administer it, and neighbors can once […]
Last week, the Buzz reported that – because of ongoing disputes regarding a proposed Historic Preservation Overlay Zone for the Miracle Mile neighborhood, and claims from both those in favor and those opposed that they represent the majority of residents – City Council Member David Ryu was planning to send out a query letter to all residents […]