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 year, the City of Los Angeles makes grants for community improvement or benefit projects available to local 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations and public schools through its Neighborhood Purposes Grant program, administered by local neighborhood councils. The number and amount of the grants is determined by the individual neighborhood councils, but this year, both the Greater Wilshire […]
In a very big step yesterday, the City Council Planning and Land Use Management Committee approved a proposed Historic Preservation Overlay Zone for the Miracle Mile neighborhood and, at the request of City Council Members David Ryu and Herb Wesson, restored several areas – which had been abruptly removed from the proposed district by the […]
Last week, after City Council Member David Ryu’s office issued a statement saying he’s “inclined to support” a proposed Historic Preservation Overlay Zone for the Miracle Mile neighborhood, we reported comments from leaders of the Miracle Mile Residential Association, who said they are encouraged by the statement, and also hopeful that a number of blocks […]
Rise and shine with a local multi-family yard sale in Brookside this morning, running from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the 800-900 blocks of S. Tremaine Ave. The organizers say vintage items, housewares, bikes, clothing, toys and furniture are among the “tons of items available.” Also starting this morning at 9:30, and running both Saturday […]
On February 23, City Council Member David Ryu held a town hall meeting to listen to stakeholders and to take the overall temperature of the community on the increasingly acrimonious subject of whether or not to institute an Historic Preservation Zone in the Miracle Mile neighborhood. At that meeting, where city officials also presented general […]
As many (most? all?) parents of young children know, big trucks are very, very exciting. And the chance to see big working trucks up close and personal can be one of the great joys of early childhood. So both parents and kids will be thrilled to note that March is “Truck Month” at the John C. Fremont Library, […]