The Bunker Hill pool wars are over (CA)

Peace has been restored to three residential towers on Bunker Hill in Downtown Los Angeles—at least when it comes to the mammoth, star-shaped pool that’s been largely sitting empty the last three and a half years. The 10-foot steel fence that had been erected to keep out renters (including me) was dismantled on April 1 of this year, as soon as an agreement was struck in the lingering dispute. Residents were so surprised when they heard the wall was coming down that they thought it was an April Fools prank.    Read the article…………….


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