Home Depot sues City of Los Angeles

Canlen, Brae
December 2007
Home Channel News;12/17/2007, Vol. 33 Issue 16, p5
The article focuses on the lawsuit filed by Home Depot against the City of Los Angeles on November 9 at the California Superior Court. According to the author, the complaint of the company claims that the city obstructed a "routine, over-the-counter permit" to remodel an existing store for political reasons. He added that Los Angeles city councilwoman Wendy Greuel and her staff has been accused by the lawsuit of advising the opposition to the project.


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