At Last Metro Expanding & Updating Orange Line For Light Rail

Metro votes to speed up ride times on Orange Line, prepping it for conversion to light rail. Valley residents are already reaping the rewards of Measure M.

That’s how the Valley Industry and Commerce Association’s Armando Flores framed Metro’s decision Thursday to approve a project aimed at speeding up ride times on the Orange . . . → Read More: At Last Metro Expanding & Updating Orange Line For Light Rail

Where in So Cal could Amazon’s new headquarters go?

Since Amazon announced last month that it was looking for a place to put a second headquarters, cities across the country have been bending over backwards to prove themselves worthy of the opportunity to host the enormous complex.

Right off the bat, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared his intention to woo . . . → Read More: Where in So Cal could Amazon’s new headquarters go?

Development in the Valley: 11 Big Projects to Alter The Region

From Chatsworth to North Hollywood, these are the mega mixed-users headed to the Valley.

It’s time to stop thinking of the Valley as a sleepy suburb. From Chatsworth to North Hollywood, plans are in the pipeline to make neighborhoods more city-like, meaning more dense and maybe more walkable and bikeable and more . . . → Read More: Development in the Valley: 11 Big Projects to Alter The Region

Metro East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor

The report spells out four options for a new transit line in the Valley, including bus, light rail, and tram. . . . → Read More: Metro East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor

Federal government joins lawsuit against Los Angeles over housing for disabled

The U.S. says the city isn’t using federal money to develop accessible, affordable housing.

The U.S. Department of Justice is joining a lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles over the accessibility of affordable housing, the Los Angeles Times reports. The lawsuit alleges the city has failed to develop enough affordable housing that’s . . . → Read More: Federal government joins lawsuit against Los Angeles over housing for disabled

Porter Ranch Shopping and Housing Development Underway

New development in Porter Ranch will include both housing and retail. . . . → Read More: Porter Ranch Shopping and Housing Development Underway

4 Major Energy Saving Tips

We all need to save energy for both saving money and the environment. Eugene has put together this list based on what he went through on our house.

1. Solar System. Rates on on the rise. A good solar system can make a big difference in your budget. If done right you can save a . . . → Read More: 4 Major Energy Saving Tips

Spring Maintenance Tips

Start one step at a time and you’ll find it’s easy to accomplish

1. Check your electrical and GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) outlets to make sure they work safely Completion Time: 5 minutes per outlet Difficulty: Easy

2. Clean your kitchen cabinets. Smoke, grease, food spills and fingerprints make your kitchen cabinets look grubby. . . . → Read More: Spring Maintenance Tips

5764 Bianca Ave, Drop Dead Gorgeous Encino Home For Sale $895,000

Recently Expanded & Rebuilt from its original 802 sqft into a modern 2315 sqft house on a lot so large (6900 sqft) that even after expansion it has a real size private backyard to play in.

5714 Bianca is a modern home, decorated in the best of taste and Eco-Friendly. 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, just . . . → Read More: 5764 Bianca Ave, Drop Dead Gorgeous Encino Home For Sale $895,000

6106 Denny Ave – Beautiful North Hollywood House For Sale, Only $495,000-SOLD

6106 Denny Ave is a lovely home, decorated in the best of taste. An upgraded 2 bedroom home [986sqft & 6750lot], just move in and enjoy. Click through for more photos, information and easy loan options.

. . . → Read More: 6106 Denny Ave – Beautiful North Hollywood House For Sale, Only $495,000-SOLD