Hilary Norton

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Executive Director of the group, Fixing Angelenos Stuck in Traffic, which consults with developers on transportation policy issues

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Next month the new Los Angeles City Council will vote on the  much reduced Millennium Towers  in Hollywood, those skyscrapers planned to dwarf the Capitol Records Building.

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Next month the new Los Angeles City Council will vote on the much reduced Millennium Towers in Hollywood, those skyscrapers planned to dwarf the Capitol Records Building.

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