The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved an amendment that would restrict permits for new stand-alone fast-food restaurants in certain parts of the city. The limits target neighborhoods in South Los Angeles where a moratorium on quick-service restaurants has been in place for about two years but expired in September. The amendment aims to correct what is described as an “over-concentration” of fast-food restaurants in the area compared with other parts of the city, which ...
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