Mark Ryavec

Venice Stakeholders Association

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The LA City Council today made good on an eight-week-old promise.

One Small Step toward Housing the Homeless

The LA City Council today made good on an eight-week-old promise.

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Last night in Venice, community members gathered at a town hall meeting to discuss the death of Brendan Glenn, an unarmed homeless man who was shot and killed by police near the…

Tensions in Venice After Homeless Shooting

Last night in Venice, community members gathered at a town hall meeting to discuss the death of Brendan Glenn, an unarmed homeless man who was shot and killed by police near the…

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The Venice Boardwalk is one of LA's most popular tourist attractions, but recently it's been the scene of high profile crimes.

Is Venice Losing Its Soul?

The Venice Boardwalk is one of LA's most popular tourist attractions, but recently it's been the scene of high profile crimes.

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