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We are the Overland Avenue Community, the little group who live between Pico & Santa Monica. www.overlandave.org
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Massage Parlors in Picwood

Posted on February 12, 2013 at 7:31pm 1 Comment

Like the proliferation of mattress stores, we now have a proliferation of massage parlors.


These are NOT allowed in the Neighborhood Oriented District (NOD) that runs along Pico and up Westwood.


Some are perfectly legit, if they were allowed, but they are not.  And some of them, most notably the most recent addition across from the Landmark, may be something "more" than massage, at least according to a few websites and Craigslist.

Westside Neighborhood Council -- Bike Lanes On Westwood?!?

Posted on February 12, 2013 at 7:26pm 18 Comments

Please come to the Westside Neighborhood Council meeting this Thursday evening at 7 p.m.


There will be someone from the LA Bike Coalition discussing proposed bike lanes on Sepulveda, Westwood, and Avenue of the Stars -- something that is scheduled for hearing on February 19th.


We love cycling and want to create a bike network on the Westside, but anyone who walks or drives down Westwood between Pico and Santa Monica knows that taking out lanes, or parking, or…


Pico Repaving -- At Last! February 25th & 26th

Posted on February 12, 2012 at 7:28pm 0 Comments

Last year Pico was repaved from Beverly Glen to Westwood.  The balance, to the 405 was put "on hold" while there is bridge widening and other improvements going on under the 405 at Pico.

The good news is that the section of Pico between Westwood and Sepulveda will now be repaved (Sepulveda to the 405 must wait until the bridge and other roadwork is completed).  The re-paving will be done over the weekend of February 25th in order to reduce business impacts, traffic disruption, and…


Westside Mobility Plan -- Meeting Updates!

Posted on November 3, 2011 at 9:51am 0 Comments

Westside Mobility Study Update 

Shape the Future of Westside Commuting…

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