Twenty-nine Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Angeleno Heights to Vinegar Hill, have official restrictions on architectural change to preserve their historic character. Others have been declared eligible for protection. But development is continuing there unabated. In his own neighborhood, producer Gideon Brower found out why.
Gideon's story came to us from KCRW's Independent Producer Project. He says the Department of City Planning has asked for new money for neighborhood conservation staff.