The Los Angeles City Council planning committee is scheduled this week to consider a move to permanently restrict some quick-service chains from opening in certain neighborhoods. A temporary, two-year moratorium on stand-alone fast-food locations in a 32-square-mile area of South Los Angeles is scheduled to expire Sept. 14. However, Jan Perry — the council member who originally introduced the initiative as a way to encourage new grocery stores and sit-down restaurants in the district ...
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