John D'Amico

West Hollywood City Council

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Member of the West Hollywood City Council, and former Chair of the West Hollywood Planning Commission, where he addressed affordable housing issues

John D'Amico on KCRW

Can digital billboards be beautiful? Or are they a blight on the urban landscape?

'Spectacular' digital billboards coming to the Sunset Strip

Can digital billboards be beautiful? Or are they a blight on the urban landscape?

from Design and Architecture

The city of West Hollywood wants a new billboard to a site it owns on the Sunset Strip. But it doesn’t want any old rectangle with a static image.

WeHo's Sunset Spectacular

The city of West Hollywood wants a new billboard to a site it owns on the Sunset Strip. But it doesn’t want any old rectangle with a static image.

from Design and Architecture

Since it was incorporated 27 years ago, West Hollywood has been known
worldwide as a "gay destination." Some 37% of its residents are
gay or lesbian. Now its reputation for…

A Rumble in West Hollywood

Since it was incorporated 27 years ago, West Hollywood has been known worldwide as a "gay destination." Some 37% of its residents are gay or lesbian. Now its reputation for…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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