Hollywood farmers market threatened again

The Los Angeles Film School wants to build a large new classroom building at the Ivar and Selma intersection where the Hollywood farmers market has operated on Sundays since 1991. A film school official revealed the plans two weeks ago at a meeting with the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. "We were shocked," says a spokesman for Council President Eric Garcetti.


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