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venice, ca historic church
Native Venice residents speak on the need to save this important Venice landmark. Councilman Bonin promises to join the fight.
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Mike Bonin, Lobbyist, Venice beach, CA
City of LA Ethic Commission records show lobbyist-related financial support for Mike Bonin’s 2017 Campaign plus, money developers have spent on lobbyists between 2014-16 in Venice.
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Venice, CA Gentrification Protest
n Saturday August 6th, 2016 Venice residents of all cultural and economic backgrounds protested the most recent case of unscrupulous development in their neighborhood— 742, 744, 748, and 748 Brooks Ave headed by Lighthouse Investments/ Lighthouse Brooks LLC
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venice community shutsdown cd 11 land use meeting
On Monday April 18th, the LA Department of City Planning tried to hold an “invitation only” meeting with mostly developers, real estate agents, architects and lawyers who make money displacing the lowest income people from Venice and destroying our unique, diverse character and history.
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Los Angels Indigenous peoples Day
The Venice community initiated the call for an Indigenous People's Day in Los Angeles. But will Councilman Mike Bonin support it?
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Blood on Mike Bonin's Hands? venice Beach Killing Homeless
“Now Shakespeare, an African American unhoused man, is dead. Who really has blood on their hands?” Councilman ‪Mike Bonin‬ went to the ‪Police‬ commission with ‪#Neighborhood Watch‬ to ask for more police in Venice. They came with an organized statement: they were afraid of homeless youth. Our Justice Committee and others appeared there to oppose this....
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Mike Bonin sells out venice Community
Dear Friends, Neighbors and Family, I am so very sorry to inform you that on March 31, 2015 Councilman Mike Bonin went before the full City Council and requested jurisdiction over the project at 758 Sunset Avenue, the Small Lot Subdivision Case which had been denied by the West Los Angeles Area Planning Commission (watch short...
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This vote will set an unfavorable precedence for car lifts in Venice– period. Is this what our community really wants? The unsightly lifts will only add 30 parking spaces at the expense of one our neighborhood’s most beloved murals and further deteriorate the artistic spirit of our community. We need parking in Venice but instead of...
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