Los Angeles hospital project a step closer to resuming
Los Angeles Times, March 9, 2009
The Los Angeles City Council has cleared a hurdle for the expansion of Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, but it is still far from clear when work on the four-story hospital wing would resume. A coalition opposed to the project, formed by neighbors and groups including the Service Employees International Union, has been battling in court to force the city to perform a more extensive environmental impact report that would address concerns about parking and traffic.
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