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Fellowship Parkway

It looks like no more than a path of desire. Fellowship Parkway is one of those public streets in Echo Park that motorized vehicles are unable to use. All over the neighborhood, there are stair streets (which are stairways), streets that are pathways, streets that are used as no more than a driveway, and then, of course, there are paper streets. These are the streets that simply don’t exist. We are about to lose one of the paper streets (read wooded areas) near Elysian Park as an architect-developer plans to build two houses – she promises no more – on what has been a wooded clump of lots near Park Drive. Neighbors are watching anxiously lest any of the protected trees be disappeared.

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