- Associated Press - Monday, June 1, 2015

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Tenants in a 22-story Hollywood building can stay in their apartments for now after an appeals court ruled that the city cannot enforce an order to kick them out.

The Los Angeles Times reported Sunday (https://lat.ms/1HGXGAw ) that last week’s decision by the 2nd District Court of Appeal will remain in effect until a ruling is reached in a lawsuit challenging the City Council’s approval of the partly occupied tower.

The dispute comes from a 2012 lawsuit in which La Mirada Avenue Neighborhood Association sued the city after developer CIM Group razed a one-story restaurant built in 1924. The initial approval process for the project stipulated the historical building needed to be preserved.

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