Activists pressing court challenge to controversial L.A.

Marois, Michael B.
November 1997
Bond Buyer;11/04/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30266, p31
Trade Publication
Reports the plan of a coalition of environmentalists to petition a federal judge in Los Angeles, California to prolong an order halting the construction of the commercial and residential project of Playa Vista. Amount of MelloRoos bonds over fifteen years planned by Los Angeles and Los Angeles County to issue on the project; Location and floor area of office to be occupied; Lawsuit filed by the Wetlands Action Network group against the US Army Corps of Engineers.


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