CHICAGO Less than half of South Los Angeles residents were aware of the yearlong moratorium on fast-food development that went into effect Aug. 11 within the restaurant-rich area, according to research released Monday by Technomic Inc. The survey indicated that 56 percent of the 500,000 people who live in the 32-square-mile area were not aware the ban on additional freestanding quick-service restaurants was in effect. “It does not appear that the Los Angeles City Council has done an ...

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