The Los Angeles City Council voted March 22 on the fate of the Hollywood Palladium Towers project proposed by developer Crescent Heights. Despite protests by The AIDS Healthcare Foundation, which is located nearby, the Council voted unanimously to approve the project designed to provide new housing availability to the city of Los Angeles.

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation says:

“This is yet another flagrant example of the ‘pay to play’ culture infecting Los Angeles involving developers, the City Council, the Planning Department and City Hall,” said Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, in a statement. “If Mayor Garcetti is really serious about cracking down on spot zone variances and exemptions, he should override the Council and veto this project.”

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