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Hollywood Homes On State Farm's List Of Policy Nonrenewals

The neighborhood is among those in California slated for nonrenewal of insurance policies, set to start in the summer.Patch StaffHOLLYWOOD, CA — Dozens of property owners in Hollywood will not be allowed to renew their State Farm insurance policies, according to documents published by KTLA listing the ZIP codes affected by the company’s upcom...

The neighborhood is among those in California slated for nonrenewal of insurance policies, set to start in the summer.

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HOLLYWOOD, CA — Dozens of property owners in Hollywood will not be allowed to renew their State Farm insurance policies, according to documents published by KTLA listing the ZIP codes affected by the company’s upcoming 72,000 nonrenewals.

California’s largest insurer announced the nonrenewals last month, which include about 30,000 homeowners, rental dwelling and other property insurance policies as well as around 42,000 commercial apartment policies statewide.

“This decision was not made lightly and only after careful analysis of State Farm General’s financial health, which continues to be impacted by inflation, catastrophe exposure, reinsurance costs, and the limitations of working within decades-old insurance regulations,” the company said in a news release at the time.

The impacted area of Hollywood is concentrated in hillside areas, with Hollywood Hills' 90046 ZIP code the most impacted. Of the 1,163 policies in the area, 64 — 5.5 percent — will not be eligible for renewal.

The other affected ZIP codes are:

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The nonrenewals will start during the summer and represent just over 2 percent of the company’s total policies in California.

The worst impacted ZIP codes are all located in more western parts of the Santa Monica Mountains.

That includes Pacific Palisades' 90272 (69.4 percent ineligible for renewal), Brentwood and Crestwood Hills' 90049 (61.5 percent ineligible), Hidden Hills and Calabasas' 91302 (60.4 percent ineligible), Malibu's 90265 (49.6 percent ineligible) and Beverly Hills' 90210 (46.1 percent ineligible).

In a letter to California Commissioner of Insurance Ricardo Lara, State Farm noted recent windstorms, increasing non-catastrophe water loss and liability claims, and construction inflation, remarking the company’s policyholder surplus dropped from $4.1 billion in 2016 to $1.3 billion in 2023.

The move comes as Lara undertakes a yearlong overhaul of home insurance regulations aimed at calming the state's imploding market by giving insurers more latitude to raise premiums while extracting commitments from them to extend coverage in fire-risk areas, according to the Bay Area News Group.

Last June, State Farm said it would stop accepting applications for all business and personal lines of property and casualty insurance, citing inflation, a challenging reinsurance market and "rapidly growing catastrophe exposure."

The Associated Press contributed to this story.

Advertising Sphere Proposed Along Glitzy Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, California

An orb-shaped digital billboard has been proposed along the Sunset Strip — a high-profile retail and hospitality corridor in Los Angeles County — as demand grows for high-tech outdoor advertising.The project, called Sunset Sphere, would rise at 8410 Sunset Blvd. next to the Best Western hotel in West Hollywood, and the development's plans are headed to a public meeting on Thursday, according to ...

An orb-shaped digital billboard has been proposed along the Sunset Strip — a high-profile retail and hospitality corridor in Los Angeles County — as demand grows for high-tech outdoor advertising.

The project, called Sunset Sphere, would rise at 8410 Sunset Blvd. next to the Best Western hotel in West Hollywood, and the development's plans are headed to a public meeting on Thursday, according to city documents. The 1.7-mile Sunset Strip is known for its numerous billboards featuring international fashion brands and other companies.

The sphere would replace digital billboards already at the site, according to city documents. Sunset Sphere would be 49 feet in diameter with a glass structure along with pedestrian-oriented amenities and spaces in and around the orb.

The structure would be suspended from an adjacent apartment building and would have three floors. The orb may rise roughly 8 feet above a plaza that has seating areas beneath. The space below the sphere would be open to the public. SAEE Studio, based in Los Angeles, is the project's architect, according to city documents.

Sunset Sphere may cost between $2 million to $3 million to build, said Joe Shooshani, who is a part owner of the property. Shooshani said he has been working on the plans for years and hopes to attract a TV network to do live broadcasts inside the globe. The orb, with a TV network, may draw more attention to Sunset Strip to make it the Times Square of the West Coast, Shooshani said.

"We want to do something to enhance Sunset," Shooshani said.

The proposed sphere is the first project that combines a building and billboard in West Hollywood, but the city expects others, according to city documents. West Hollywood is an independent city located in Los Angeles County's Westside region.

Meanwhile, a much larger sphere that's 366 feet tall opened earlier this year in Las Vegas. That orb, which doubles as a live event venue, is wrapped in video screens and has attracted international attention.

Beyond billboards, Sunset Strip is known for its retailers. Celebrity and fashion figure Kim Kardashian plans to open the first brick-and-mortar location for her company, Skims, at 8569 W. Sunset Blvd. Other upscale clothing brands on the Sunset Strip include Supreme, Kith and Vuori.

Urbanize reported earlier about Sunset Sphere.

Hollywood Hills Homes Red Tagged After Weekend Landslide: Reports

A landslide ravaged one of the Hollywood Hills' most prestigious neighborhoods this weekend.Patch StaffHOLLYWOOD, CA — The residents of three houses in one of the Hollywood Hills' most prestigious neighborhoods were prohibited from entering their homes following a landslide this weekend, according to reports.The Los Angeles Fire Department responded Sunday to the 9200 blo...

A landslide ravaged one of the Hollywood Hills' most prestigious neighborhoods this weekend.

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HOLLYWOOD, CA — The residents of three houses in one of the Hollywood Hills' most prestigious neighborhoods were prohibited from entering their homes following a landslide this weekend, according to reports.

The Los Angeles Fire Department responded Sunday to the 9200 block of Flicker Way in the Bird Streets neighborhood after learning of "hill movement," KCAL reported.

The block curves tightly around a hillside, with homes backing directly up to the hill. Aerial video from KTLA shows mud and debris slid directly into the back yards of several homes.

LA Department of Building and Safety officials red tagged three homes on the street, which means residents are not allowed to enter the premises until officials assess safety concerns, KTLA reported.

The slide happened as LA saw brief periods of rain over the weekend, which came after several more intense rainstorms earlier this year. Geologist Mike Phipps told KTLA that slides can occur months or years after a period of wet weather.

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"There's a possibility of other landslides reactivating. We've seen that happen in the past, we've seen landslides start moving after a couple years of wetter-than-normal conditions. These might be landslides that are known and well-defined and they stop moving in the dry years, we had a multi-year drought, and now they might start moving again," he said.

This rainy season has brought scores of landslides to the Southland. The Rancho Palos Verdes landslide complex has been moving faster than ever before, which comes as officials have been working on a project to slow the landslide to prevent damage to roads, utilities and homes.

And infrastructure in the Malibu area has taken a beating: Several smaller landslides have closed major roads throughout the season, while Topanga Canyon Boulevard has been shut down indefinitely due to an ongoing landslide.

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Hollywood strikes taking a toll on California's economy

Los Angeles — Hollywood scribes met with studio executives Friday for the first time since the Writer's Guild of America went on strike just over three months ago.The more than 11,000 film and television writers that make up the WGA have been on strike since early May. In mid-July, they were ...

Los Angeles — Hollywood scribes met with studio executives Friday for the first time since the Writer's Guild of America went on strike just over three months ago.

The more than 11,000 film and television writers that make up the WGA have been on strike since early May. In mid-July, they were joined on the picket lines by the approximately 65,000 actors in the Screen Actors Guild–American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, SAG-AFTRA, a move that has shuttered nearly all scripted Hollywood production.

It marks the first time since 1960 that both guilds have been on strike simultaneously. The economic impact has been especially heightened in California, where film and television production accounts for more than 700,000 jobs and nearly $70 billion a year in wages, according to the California Film Commission.

"We are really fighting for the rights of the people who are working and living in the city," Burbank Mayor Konstantine Anthony told CBS News. "And that's really who I represent. I didn't get voted in by studios."

Anthony is also an actor along with being mayor of Burbank, which is home to several studios, including Disney and Warner Bros.

"If people aren't coming to work, if people are on strike, they're not spending money at their local grocery store," Anthony said. "All of those secondary industries are greatly affected by the loss of that income."

That includes Alex Uceda's catering company, which feeds Hollywood production crews.

"At the end of last year, we were working like 10, 11 jobs every day," Uceda said. "It drops to maybe one or two jobs now."

Uceda, who estimates he has lost about 70% of his business in that time, has had to lay off nearly half his employees since the WGA strike began.

Several big stars — including the likes of Oprah, Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep and Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson — have each made donations of $1 million or more to the SAG-AFTRA's financial assistance program.

"I beg all the people from the studio, please, please make it happen, you know, for the good of everyone," Uceda said.

Both the WGA and SAG-AFTRA are negotiating separately with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, the group that represents all the major Hollywood studios. Among the most hotly-contested issues for both groups are residuals from streaming services and the use of artificial intelligence.

Earlier this week, the WGA informed its members that Carol Lombardini, AMPTP president, had reached out and "requested" Friday's meeting "to discuss negotiations."

"I think it's hopeful, because it's been crickets, it's been silent for a long time," SAG-AFTRA member Chad Coe told CBS News of Friday's meeting.

Paramount Pictures, one of the studios involved in the negotiations, and CBS News are both part of Paramount Global. Some CBS News staff are SAG-AFTRA or Writers Guild members, but their contracts are not affected by the strikes.

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Road Closures Begin Ahead Of Oscars Ceremony On Sunday

Traffic is already being impacted across Los Angeles ahead of the Oscars on Sunday. Here's your complete guide to street closures.Patch StaffHOLLYWOOD, CA — Major road closures in Hollywood and Beverly Hills are expected to disrupt traffic this weekend as preparations continue for the Oscars on Sunday.Hollywood Boulevard between Orange Drive and Highland Avenue will remain closed to all traffic until 6 a.m. March 13. Additional street closures in the area are expected Saturday and Sunday, including a much longer ...

Traffic is already being impacted across Los Angeles ahead of the Oscars on Sunday. Here's your complete guide to street closures.

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HOLLYWOOD, CA — Major road closures in Hollywood and Beverly Hills are expected to disrupt traffic this weekend as preparations continue for the Oscars on Sunday.

Hollywood Boulevard between Orange Drive and Highland Avenue will remain closed to all traffic until 6 a.m. March 13. Additional street closures in the area are expected Saturday and Sunday, including a much longer portion of Hollywood Boulevard, according to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

On Saturday, Orange Drive will be shut down north of Hollywood Boulevard, along with a stretch of Orchid Alley north of Ovation Hollywood.

On Oscar Sunday, March 10, Hollywood Boulevard will be closed between El Cerrito Place and Cahuenga Boulevard.

On Sunday, several streets in downtown Beverly Hills will be shut down for the Vanity Fair Oscars party. That's in addition to a section of North Crescent Drive that's been closed for several weeks as crews work to prep for the party.

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The The Metro B (Red) Line Station at Hollywood and Highland will be closed all day; trains will bypass that stop. Metro bus routes along Hollywood Boulevard will be re-routed during street closures.

Here's a complete rundown of street closures in Hollywood:

From 12:01 a.m. March 10 until 6 a.m. March 11:

From 4 a.m. March 10 to 4 a.m. March 11:

From 4 a.m. March 10 to 4 a.m. March 11, with exceptions for local residents, business access and emergency vehicles:

And information about street closures in Beverly Hills:

The 400 block of North Crescent Drive between "big" Santa Monica and "little" Santa Monica boulevards (north and south Santa Monica boulevards) are closed and will reopen March 14 at 10 p.m., according to city officials.

All businesses on North Crescent Drive will be accessible during the closure.

On Sunday, additional roads will also be closed in the area from 3 p.m. to 2 a.m. Monday:

City News Service contributed to this report.

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