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Legado Lawsuit

Legado Lawsuit

The BOOT is back! Here is the Legado Lawsuit!  Legado Redondo LLC v. City of Redondo Beach complaint. 24 pages of a one sided story, that ends with a cry baby “I want everything, including the cookie jar that my hand was caught in”.  Legado Redondo LLC sues the City…

PRESS ALERT Save The Riviera

PRESS ALERT Save The Riviera

  ‐‐‐ Press Release ‐‐‐ June 15, 2016 Since Fall of 2014, Redondo Beach residents have been fighting against the over-development of the Hollywood Riviera area. Save the Riviera, a grassroots community network, was formed in the fall of 2014 and has worked to educate and mobilize the community on…

HELP Needed!  SUPPORT Save the Riviera!

HELP Needed! SUPPORT Save the Riviera!

Who is Legado? Legado Companies is an apartment builder intent on bulldozing the corner of Palos Verdes Blvd and PCH. This is the Bristol Farms and PV Inn location. The site is 4.275 acres, which Legado wants to bulldoze down, except for the Hotel.  They want to build a six-story…

Legado THIS Saturday at Alta Vista, SHOW UP!

Legado THIS Saturday at Alta Vista, SHOW UP!

Legado THIS Saturday at Alta Vista, SHOW UP! Legado will be at the Ginsburg Community Meeting THIS Saturday March 12th at 9:00am! Please show up! and be Respectful! This is a call to action Please make time to show up, if not just for a few minutes. Voice your concern…

Education Initiative; Mixed Use in Redondo Beach. Part 1 of 9

Education Initiative; Mixed Use in Redondo Beach. Part 1 of 9

Part 1 (9 minutes long): Introduction; Background; Suburban sprawl patterns; the four major components; public realm/private realm. Going over growth, non-sustainable growth, types of growth, “master planned” communities. “Ultimately what chokes growth is traffic. It [growth] can not be sustained.” Master planned communities, “suburban sprawl”  consist of four parts: 1.…

Legado Redondo Wanted to build 150 CONDO’s -Blast from the Past

Legado Redondo Wanted to build 150 CONDO’s -Blast from the Past

  Did you know that Legado in Redondo beach wanted to build 150 Condo’s? District 1 councilman Steve Aspel (Now Mayor) said “”This is a start,” said Aspel. “They’re going to have to do something with that property … I’m convinced something will happen here—it’s just the size of it.”…

Redondo Beach Planning Commission Meeting, December 17th 2015

Redondo Beach Planning Commission Meeting, December 17th 2015

  The Redondo Beach Planning commission meets to “review and file” two items: 1. RHNA numbers and Redondo’s growth profile. 2. Mixed-use zoning in Redondo Beach. We can count this past Thursday as a huge win for Save the Riviera.  The Commission to talked about items, then took public comment.…

Legado Redondo project denied by Redondo Beach Planning Commission

Legado Redondo project denied by Redondo Beach Planning Commission

by David Mendez Legado Redondo is no more…for now. On Thursday night, the Redondo Beach Planning Commission voted to deny a conditional use permit for the Legado Companies’ mixed-use development at the corner of Palos Verdes Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway, which would have included 149 apartment units and 37,000…

Planning Commission Meeting Thursday November 19th

Planning Commission Meeting Thursday November 19th

Show up! Speak up! Thursday, November 19! We need you to show up, just BE PRESENT! WE NEED YOUR HELP, to get the word out, to support. There’s STILL TIME to make sure the Hollywood Riviera is not over-run with a huge monster-development!   Planning Commission meeting at Redondo Beach…

Residents Blast City for Approving Apartment Building Design -Legado

Residents Blast City for Approving Apartment Building Design -Legado

The community was expecting a Mediterranean-style complex and is now faced with an art deco building that they never approved. By LAUREN ROSENBLUM(Patch Staff)  March 1, 2011 Residents Blast City for Approving Apartment Building Design Some Encino residents and local officials are seeing red over a new apartment complex…