Southwest Museum Report: Recapping the Last Month

The city council on Tuesday afternoon upheld the recreation and parks commission's May 20 approval of the Autry National Center's $6.6 million expansion plan. Find out how they got to that point.

The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday afternoon upheld the Recreation and Parks Commission's May 20 approval of the Autry National Center's proposed $6.6 million expansion of their Griffith Park campus, closing the chapter on a month's worth of public meetings devoted to the issue.

For some perspective on the controversial issue, below are links to Patch's ongoing coverage of the Autry National Center's proposal, as well as several other pieces that provide background information. 


Rob Schraff June 22, 2011 at 03:13 PM
Also see - L.A. City Council asks for communication and compromise, “Friends” preparing lawsuit: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/la-et-autry-expansion-20110622,0,1614410.story and http://arroyosecojournal.blogspot.com/2011/06/city-council-accepts-autry-remodel.html “Friends” reject mixed-use cultural center with gallery and other exhibits maintained by the Autry/Southwest Museum: http://highlandpark-ca.patch.com/articles/southwest-museum-report-friends-leader-responds-to-autry-comments


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