DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - Hello Fellow Downtown Neighbor! I couldn’t help but notice that you “borrowed” my iPod from my car when I parked it outside the Bootleg Theatre on Beverly Boulevard one recent Monday night. If only you’d have asked politely I’d have been more than willing to share with…

Dear Editor, I am absolutely appalled by your editorial “MOCA, the Mural and the C Word” (Dec. 20). It once again tells “the people” what to think, what to consider as art and what “we” can tolerate as art. I do not like for one minute someone telling me what is appropriate (and what is not)…

Dear Editor, Your Oct. 29 editorial, “Down‑​town Loses With Broadway/Spring Garage Conflict,” describes a “bitter battle” related to a “plan” by Downtown property owners for a parking garage and grocery store complex on Spring Street, behind the Roxie, Cameo and Arcade theaters, adjacent to …

Dear Editor, What do streetcars (“Streetcar Fundraiser Nets $200,000, Oct. 4) have over “green-powered” buses. The answer: Streetcars have overhead, visual blight.

Dear Editor, The new Pico-Garnier Block developer (“El Pueblo Takes First Step to Rehabilitate Pico-Garnier Block,” by Richard Guzmán, Sept. 6) should be aiming to enhance the historic aspect of El Pueblo with a new City of Los Angeles Museum, which is nowhere to be found in our megalopolis.…

Dear Editor, It was irresponsible for Los Angeles Downtown News to publish an editorial cartoon (Urban Scrawl, Aug. 16) depicting what appears to be a Metro train operator, based on the M logo, and a bus operator texting while driving. Cartoonist Doug Davis just assumes this is commonplace. …

Dear Editor, It was irresponsible for Los Angeles Downtown News to publish an editorial cartoon (Urban Scrawl, Aug. 16) depicting what appears to be a Metro train operator, based on the M logo, and a bus operator texting while driving. Cartoonist Doug Davis just assumes this is commonplace. …

Dear Editor, I read and enjoy the news proffered in your newspaper, and understand political satire and the privilege of a free press. But I must take issue with your referring to prior employees of the City Clerk’s office as “gnomes” (“Honoring Beyonce Is Honoring Los Angeles,” by Jon Regar…

Dear Editor, As a rental property owner in the rent-controlled city of Los Angeles, I read with interest about the dispute between city leaders and the merchants of Olvera Street (“El Pueblo Rent Increases Begin,” by Richard Guzmán, April 5). The city leaders advocate, favor and endorse rent…

Dear Editor, We share the view that Angels Flight must reopen as a historic highlight of Downtown. However, contrary to your editorial (“Angels Flight Needs a Change in Course,” Feb. 8), a careful review of the history of Angels Flight and its preservation and the difficult path to its 21st …

Dear Editor, I would like to provide clarity about the role of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) in authorizing Angels Flight to begin operating (“Angels Flight Closure Hits Nine Years,” Feb. 1, by Richard Guzman). The CPUC is charged with making sure that Angels Flight is sa…

Dear Editor, I disagree with your editorial about the Community Redevelopment Agency’s move to City West (“Can CRA Remain in the Historic Core?” Jan. 11). City West is a community currently in a transitional period, growing in spurts. It will definitely be helped by the presence of a high-pr…

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - Dear Editor, Your story on the Department of Recreation and Parks’ use of Quimby funds ("Little Progress in Parks Plan," Oct. 5, by Anna Scott) contains half-truths and misinformation. We would like to set the record straight.

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - Dear Editor, Regarding Anna Scott’s article about Portland’s streetcar system (“Portland Report,” May 11), Downtown L.A. will not grow and prosper as long as we look to much smaller cities as role models. Portland has only about one-eighth the population of Los Angeles…

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - Dear Editor, In response to the March 10, 2009 article, “Ruckus at Olvera Street,” Olvera Street has a problem because city government has absolutely failed in its stewardship of this historic treasure. With constant turnover in its management, a plan gone-awry to have…

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