Terry Pullan
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michael derek mccoy commented on Terry Pullan's blog post Street Lights
"I will call you."
Jan 29, 2013
barney desimone commented on Terry Pullan's blog post 99 cent store to replace Ken Crane and La-Z-Boy
"That's good to hear about the new deli. I was afraid they were going to tear down the buildings and go verticle. I noticed that "foot" massage place just up from the GoldMax. Neither of those places enhance the area. This sort of…"
Jan 28, 2013
Overland Avenue commented on Terry Pullan's blog post Street Lights
"Westside Neighborhood Council's Terri Tippit has all of the info re: street lights.  Our neighbors with disabilities have been requesting more, and Terri has been invaluable help to us!"
Jan 28, 2013
Overland Avenue commented on Terry Pullan's blog post 99 cent store to replace Ken Crane and La-Z-Boy
"99 Cent store was sold.  New owners include Ares Management. The Pico/Westwood corridors are part of a Neighborhood Oriented District (NOD) which DOES have a number of restrictions, including no massage parlors and no pawn shops. …"
Jan 28, 2013
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Street Lights

Michael, I have all the information from the city about petitioning for street lights. Give me a call and we can discuss. You can reach me at 323-903-7429.See More
Jan 26, 2013
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Street Lights

I've checked with the City about installing street lights on Greenfield and Veteran. The cost is around $3400 per property spread over 10 years plus approx. $70 per year maintenance. So the first ten years would be around $400. 50% of the owners on a block must sign a petition in support. Then it will take around 1 1/2 years to to install the lights. I know a few people on the 2600 block of Greenfield who are interested. Any interest?See More
Jan 25, 2013
John Kernick commented on Terry Pullan's blog post 99 cent store to replace Ken Crane and La-Z-Boy
"I couldn't agree more with you Jane and Barney.  I'm not sure what can be done.  If there is a city zoning law that may be in violation we could target Councilman Koretz office.  However, if no violation can be found and…"
Jan 19, 2013
barney desimone commented on Terry Pullan's blog post 99 cent store to replace Ken Crane and La-Z-Boy
"If the pattern holds, I would expect for that whole block to be torn down and something large put in eventually. We have a front row seat. It wouldn't hurt to have some kind of community action to look into whatever plans there are, if there…"
Jan 19, 2013
Jane Richardone commented on Terry Pullan's blog post 99 cent store to replace Ken Crane and La-Z-Boy
"I am very concerned about the corner of Westwood & Pico.  A tacky gold store, a low-end cell phone store, and now no more Junior's.  I hope something nice comes into the Junior's space (would be great if it was a…"
Jan 18, 2013
barney desimone commented on Terry Pullan's blog post 99 cent store to replace Ken Crane and La-Z-Boy
"Right in line with the economic decline of WLA. Did you notice the NW corner of Pico and Westwood has a Gold Store so we can pawn our jewelry? It's a tacky looking front where the beauty supply once was. Before that it was Smith's…"
Jan 18, 2013
John A. Abel liked Terry Pullan's blog post 99 cent store to replace Ken Crane and La-Z-Boy
Jan 18, 2013
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99 cent store to replace Ken Crane and La-Z-Boy

According to Mark Pollock at Westside Retail, the Ken Crane/La-Z-Boy stores on Pico between Military and Sepulveda were sold to the 99 cent store for $14 million.I bought the recliner chair in my den from La-Z-Boy and my television from Ken Crane. Another change for Rancho Park.Photo from Google Maps.See More
Jan 17, 2013
Terry Pullan posted a blog post

99 cent store to replace Ken Crane and La-Z-Boy

According to Mark Pollock at Westside Retail, the Ken Crane/La-Z-Boy stores on Pico between Military and Sepulveda were sold to the 99 cent store for $14 million.I bought the recliner chair in my den from La-Z-Boy and my television from Ken Crane. Another change for Rancho Park.Photo from Google Maps.See More
Jan 17, 2013
Terry Pullan posted a status
"The Ken Cranes/Lazy Boy stores were bought by the 99 cent store."
Jan 7, 2013

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A little about me:
Live in Rancho Park. Sell real estate for Coldwell Banker
I'm in Rancho Park because
I live here
Rancho Park flavor is best at
O'Groats
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Temple Isaiah
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http://www.terrypullan.com
Growing up in Rancho Park, I remember:
Picwood Theater and Picwood Bowling
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Street Lights

Posted on January 26, 2013 at 11:23am 2 Comments

Michael, I have all the information from the city about petitioning for street lights. Give me a call and we can discuss. You can reach me at 323-903-7429.

99 cent store to replace Ken Crane and La-Z-Boy

Posted on January 17, 2013 at 10:00am 6 Comments

According to Mark Pollock at Westside Retail, the Ken Crane/La-Z-Boy stores on Pico between Military and Sepulveda were sold to the 99 cent store for $14 million.

I bought the recliner chair in my den from La-Z-Boy and my television from Ken Crane. Another change for Rancho Park.

Photo from Google…

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Street Lights

Posted on December 20, 2012 at 12:18pm 0 Comments

I've checked with the City about installing street lights on Greenfield and Veteran. The cost is around $3400 per property spread over 10 years plus approx. $70 per year maintenance. So the first ten years would be around $400. 50% of the owners on a block must sign a petition in support. Then it will take around 1 1/2 years to to install the lights. I know a few people on the 2600 block of Greenfield who are interested. Any interest?

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At 2:24pm on October 29, 2012, Orli Belman said…

Hi Terry,

Welcome to the neighborhood - well our version of it. So nice to get to see you here and in person. I think you will find this online community a great resource for finding out- and posting - about all things Rancho Park. Looking forward to seeming you online and off.

Orli

ps - your sister says hi.

 
 
 

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