L.A.’s Destruction Of Parkway Gardens
Los Angeles isn’t immune from arcane laws still technically governing its citizens. It’s illegal to herd more than two thousand sheep down Hollywood Boulevard at one time (1,999, though, and you’re golden), and if you hunt moths under a street light you risk a citation. But while most ancient laws are nothing more than cute nods to the past, one piece of city code has been rearing its ugly head recently to the point where it’s not only ruffling residents’ feathers, it’s making L.A.’s streets less beautiful — and less useful.
Do you support public vegetable gardens? Read up on the issue here!

L.A.’s Destruction Of Parkway Gardens

Los Angeles isn’t immune from arcane laws still technically governing its citizens. It’s illegal to herd more than two thousand sheep down Hollywood Boulevard at one time (1,999, though, and you’re golden), and if you hunt moths under a street light you risk a citation. But while most ancient laws are nothing more than cute nods to the past, one piece of city code has been rearing its ugly head recently to the point where it’s not only ruffling residents’ feathers, it’s making L.A.’s streets less beautiful — and less useful.

Do you support public vegetable gardens? Read up on the issue here!