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West Hollywood scores legal win on housing fee

WEST HOLLYWOOD — The U.S. Supreme Court Oct. 30 declined to hear a case challenging the city’s inclusionary housing fee, letting stand a decision by the California Court of Appeal in favor of the city. The city’s inclusionary housing policy requires 20 percent of new residential multi-unit projects to be set aside for households earning…

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Appeals court rules against city on Sunset tower

HOLLYWOOD — A three-judge California Court of Appeal panel ruled unanimously last week against the city of Los Angeles and CIM Group, one of the city’s biggest real estate developers, finding the city illegally allowed CIM to build a 22-story tower on Sunset Boulevard. The court directed the city to void all permits it had…

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