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A plan to build more housing in Westchester has some residents concerned

LOS ANGELES — Westchester resident, Jorge Gonzalez, is looking at the blueprints of a new housing plan for his westside neighborhood, and so far, he doesn’t like what he’s seeing.“Up until six weeks ago, I was never looking at this, but now I’m studying the details,” Gonzalez said.What You Need To Know Gonzalez embodies what many consider the American dream. He immigrated here with his mother from Guatemala when he was 2 years old and grew up in a densely packed neigh...

LOS ANGELES — Westchester resident, Jorge Gonzalez, is looking at the blueprints of a new housing plan for his westside neighborhood, and so far, he doesn’t like what he’s seeing.

“Up until six weeks ago, I was never looking at this, but now I’m studying the details,” Gonzalez said.

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Gonzalez embodies what many consider the American dream. He immigrated here with his mother from Guatemala when he was 2 years old and grew up in a densely packed neighborhood in South Los Angeles.

“We initially landed in inner city Los Angeles. I lived in a single room with a shared bathroom and shared kitchen with my mom and my grandma,” he said.

After 50 years, Gonzalez said he was finally able to buy a single-family home in a quiet neighborhood, where he can now raise his son. But now, Gonzalez, and many of his neighbors, are worried that a new plan to add more housing in Westchester, will destroy his community.

Gonzalez’s concern isn’t so much with the city’s residential rezoning, which will use a new state law called Senate Bill 9, which went into effect in 2022, to split some single-family lots into duplexes and fourplexes. He’s instead concerned with the commercial rezoning, which he says will allow the city to construct mixed-use, high-rise buildings right next to his home.

“Once that upzoning takes place, on this lot which is about 8,000 square feet, a high-rise of up to 15 stories can be built,” Gonzalez said.

On Aug. 28, the Westchester senior center was packed to capacity with concerned residents, including Gonzalez, who were all asking the city to change their plan. Councilmember Traci Park, who represents this area, assured residents that she will take their concerns into consideration.

“This is a draft and the reason why I am here tonight is to personally hear from you,” Park said.

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But there were also some folks in attendance who support the city’s plan, including longtime Westchester resident Peter Hodes, who said, “we don’t believe that it’s a perfect plan, however the basic principles are proper. There is a housing crisis which everybody is aware of, and so it’s time for Westchester to step up and play its part.”

Hodes said the folks who are against the city’s proposal aren’t doing their part to solve California’s housing crisis. But Gonzalez said he’s not against building new housing, he just believes there is a better approach, that the city hasn’t considered.

“There are ways, and we have counterproposals to actually build fair and equitable housing close to our area here, without destroying existing neighborhoods, without upzoning or rezoning any single-family lots,” Gonzalez said.

A vision that Gonzalez will keep fighting to preserve.

The Two Most Expensive Zip Codes in Westchester County

This fall, real estate industry blog PropertyShark released its annual research on the top 100 most expensive U.S zip codes in 2023. Westchester County welcomes a new zip code to the prestigious list this year.One Westchester town held its ground and has remained on the list since 2017, while a fresh local contender emerged onto the ranks. Can you guess which two locales are among the country’s pric...

This fall, real estate industry blog PropertyShark released its annual research on the top 100 most expensive U.S zip codes in 2023. Westchester County welcomes a new zip code to the prestigious list this year.

One Westchester town held its ground and has remained on the list since 2017, while a fresh local contender emerged onto the ranks. Can you guess which two locales are among the country’s priciest zip codes?

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Drum roll please…Rye and Purchase! This marks Rye’s sixth consecutive year being ranked, leaving people on their toes about its placement on future lists as it just narrowly clinched the #100 spot on this year’s list. The study shows that Rye has experienced a steady decline in recent years.

This fall, another Westchester town in close proximity to Rye made it into the mix. Purchase, also known as the 10577, landed at #64 of the most expensive zip codes, with a median sale price of $2.2 million.

Overall, the list breaks down which states have the most expensive zip codes. California sits comfortably at the top with the Bay Area as the most expensive metropolitan area in the country with 37 zip codes. Los Angeles is next on the list with 29 of the top zips, and then New York with 22 in total. To put it in perspective, New York represents 18% of the richest zip codes for real estate in the country.

Rye has kept its spot on the list since 2017; however, its ranking has been slowly decreasing as the area bumped to #100 after landing #89 last year. Only time will tell if Rye is able to keep its spot on the 2024 ranking report.

The PropertyShark report states that following the Federal Reserve raising interest rates 10 times between 2022 and 20223, to combat inflation, the country’s housing market has finally begun to simmer down. Overall, in 2023 the housing market witnessed a general decline in median sale prices with 70 out of the 122 zip codes seeing price drops.

If you want to stay updated on everything real estate in Westchester, read our analysis of the county’s Q3 market report and our 2024 real estate predictions.

15 Solid Places to Eat Around Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

Dropping off friends at Los Angeles International Airport or picking them up is always a chore — enough so that usually passengers departing from or arriving to the giant NASCAR track from hell this city so generously calls airport parking might feel obligated to reward their drivers with a meal. Or there are times when you need to fly out of LAX but have a few hours to kill and don’t want to settle with whatever’s inside the terminal. Here's a list of restaurants to try in the immediate vicinity of the LAX area, from casua...

Dropping off friends at Los Angeles International Airport or picking them up is always a chore — enough so that usually passengers departing from or arriving to the giant NASCAR track from hell this city so generously calls airport parking might feel obligated to reward their drivers with a meal. Or there are times when you need to fly out of LAX but have a few hours to kill and don’t want to settle with whatever’s inside the terminal. Here's a list of restaurants to try in the immediate vicinity of the LAX area, from casual Pakistani market eats to an all-day hangout making some of the area’s best barbecue, sorted geographically.

Add: Dulan’s, Slice & Pint, the Wood, Zam Zam Market

Remove: Del Rey Deli Co., Three Weavers, Roscoe’s, Woody’s

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Eater maps are curated by editors and aim to reflect a diversity of neighborhoods, cuisines, and prices. Learn more about our editorial process.

Whether it's for take-out or dine-in, Taj India Palace is bustling at lunchtime. Double up on the garlic naan or whole, bone-in chicken tandoor gleaming that familiar shade of red.

Caravan Swim Club has a lovely outdoor area around the pool serving everything from oysters and crudo to Baja-inspired dishes. Try the squash blossom quesadilla and cauliflower nachos.

El Segundo’s mellow Slice & Pint offers some of the city’s best (and perhaps most surprising) pizza, alongside a slew of locally-made brews that offer a citrus-y IPA pop before a long flight.

El Segundo’s Jame Enoteca sits on a corner strip mall, and only three miles away from LAX. Hop over for the handmade pastas like the arugula pappardelle, and the creamy scarpinocc stuffed with braised beef cheek, brown butter, sage, and 12-year-old balsamic vinegar.

Whether it's the first stop after a long flight or the last stop before a spell away from home, tooting the horn of arguably In-N-Out's most visited location hardly seems necessary. But getting the most iconic burger in Los Angeles is always a good decision, especially in double-double form.

Ayara Thai is a staple of the greater Westchester area. Known for its broad menu and staple Thai dishes like pad see ew, this is the place to really spend some leisurely time before a flight, or while waiting out traffic.

Hawaiian bread french toast and spicy chicken sausages are the most raved-about items at this LAX-area institution, but don't skip the breakfast skillets and Louisiana-style fish and eggs breakfast.

The Fat Boy might be one of LA’s best sandwiches outright, with meatballs, pepperoni, sausage, and mozzarella, which would make for a gut-busting meal just outside the airport. The menu does have plenty of options for grab-and-go fare, from salads to classic Italian subs.

With the blue checkered tablecloths and kitschy décor, Aliki’s Greek Taverna has all the makings of a great neighborhood Greek eatery. Are there gyros, lemon potatoes, and tasty baklava? Of course there are.

Looking for the ever-popular birria de res nearby LAX? Birrieria Gomez parks a truck not too far from the airport, where diners can load up on the tender, saucy tacos with cheese and a side of rich consommé.

It’s all about Pakistani treats like biryani at Zam Zam, a few-frilles Inglewood Avenue spot that is fast, inexpensive, and delicious.

As the only official Somali restaurant in LA, this halal establishment in Inglewood has some highlights, like slow-roasted lamb or stir-fry goat served with basmati rice and a simple salad.

Everything is priced reasonably at this family-run spot in Inglewood. Mutiara Food & Market’s South Asian menu spans Thai, Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, Burmese, and Malaysian, and can satisfy any diner whether vegan or omnivore. The rice noodle fish soup, or mohinga, is Mutiara’s specialty and shouldn’t be missed.

Dulan’s is Los Angeles. This staple Inglewood restaurant serves up some of the city’s best soul food, and has been feeding its community for decades. Make this a must stop into and out of LAX.

The Wood is part sports bar, part weekend lounge, part daytime hotspot for brisket, links, and pulled pork. This do-it-all Inglewood destination is a prime stop into and out of LAX, or before events at SoFi Stadium.

Whether it's for take-out or dine-in, Taj India Palace is bustling at lunchtime. Double up on the garlic naan or whole, bone-in chicken tandoor gleaming that familiar shade of red.

Caravan Swim Club has a lovely outdoor area around the pool serving everything from oysters and crudo to Baja-inspired dishes. Try the squash blossom quesadilla and cauliflower nachos.

El Segundo’s mellow Slice & Pint offers some of the city’s best (and perhaps most surprising) pizza, alongside a slew of locally-made brews that offer a citrus-y IPA pop before a long flight.

El Segundo’s Jame Enoteca sits on a corner strip mall, and only three miles away from LAX. Hop over for the handmade pastas like the arugula pappardelle, and the creamy scarpinocc stuffed with braised beef cheek, brown butter, sage, and 12-year-old balsamic vinegar.

Whether it's the first stop after a long flight or the last stop before a spell away from home, tooting the horn of arguably In-N-Out's most visited location hardly seems necessary. But getting the most iconic burger in Los Angeles is always a good decision, especially in double-double form.

Ayara Thai is a staple of the greater Westchester area. Known for its broad menu and staple Thai dishes like pad see ew, this is the place to really spend some leisurely time before a flight, or while waiting out traffic.

Hawaiian bread french toast and spicy chicken sausages are the most raved-about items at this LAX-area institution, but don't skip the breakfast skillets and Louisiana-style fish and eggs breakfast.

The Fat Boy might be one of LA’s best sandwiches outright, with meatballs, pepperoni, sausage, and mozzarella, which would make for a gut-busting meal just outside the airport. The menu does have plenty of options for grab-and-go fare, from salads to classic Italian subs.

With the blue checkered tablecloths and kitschy décor, Aliki’s Greek Taverna has all the makings of a great neighborhood Greek eatery. Are there gyros, lemon potatoes, and tasty baklava? Of course there are.

Looking for the ever-popular birria de res nearby LAX? Birrieria Gomez parks a truck not too far from the airport, where diners can load up on the tender, saucy tacos with cheese and a side of rich consommé.

It’s all about Pakistani treats like biryani at Zam Zam, a few-frilles Inglewood Avenue spot that is fast, inexpensive, and delicious.

As the only official Somali restaurant in LA, this halal establishment in Inglewood has some highlights, like slow-roasted lamb or stir-fry goat served with basmati rice and a simple salad.

Everything is priced reasonably at this family-run spot in Inglewood. Mutiara Food & Market’s South Asian menu spans Thai, Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, Burmese, and Malaysian, and can satisfy any diner whether vegan or omnivore. The rice noodle fish soup, or mohinga, is Mutiara’s specialty and shouldn’t be missed.

Dulan’s is Los Angeles. This staple Inglewood restaurant serves up some of the city’s best soul food, and has been feeding its community for decades. Make this a must stop into and out of LAX.

The Wood is part sports bar, part weekend lounge, part daytime hotspot for brisket, links, and pulled pork. This do-it-all Inglewood destination is a prime stop into and out of LAX, or before events at SoFi Stadium.

Controversy over safe parking program for homeless at Westchester Park

WESTCHESTER, Calif. — Westchester Park has a special place in 67-year-old Chip Mallek’s heart.“I played baseball over here, in the younger days when I could move around,” he said.It was during those baseball games that his future wife noticed him, and a few years later, he was coaching t-ball for his kids on the same field.“I would have to tell them in which direction to run,” he said with a smile as he remembers those days.The field has been recently remodeled and is scheduled ...

WESTCHESTER, Calif. — Westchester Park has a special place in 67-year-old Chip Mallek’s heart.

“I played baseball over here, in the younger days when I could move around,” he said.

It was during those baseball games that his future wife noticed him, and a few years later, he was coaching t-ball for his kids on the same field.

“I would have to tell them in which direction to run,” he said with a smile as he remembers those days.

The field has been recently remodeled and is scheduled to open at the beginning of October, but Mallek is worried few people will get to use it because of what he said are safety issues because of homeless people living in the park.

“My kids could ride their bikes down here and enjoy and have a wonderful time. Now, I wouldn’t send them down there without true adult and multiple adult supervision,” he said.

Mallek is not the only one feeling unsafe and protesting about it. Linda Murata, 73, used to visit the park’s senior center for exercise classes four days a week but not anymore.

“I don’t want to walk by,” she said. “I feel cheated because I live two blocks away.”

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During the recent heat wave, she sat at home with no air conditioning, too scared to go to the senior center for cooling.

“I feel abandoned, neglected,” said Murata.

Some residents allege more serious complaints, including a homeless person exposing himself to children, harassing girls at the tennis courts and drug use on park grounds.

Someone else that feels unsafe there is Oscar Barr, a homeless Angeleno who has been sleeping in the designated overnight safe parking area.

“It’s not safe,” he said and told Spectrum News he would move for the kids’ safety, but his storage unit is nearby, and this is the spot the city has designated for overnight safe parking, at least until the opening of the baseball fields.

Mallek, who has volunteered with the homeless community for the last eight years, said he sympathizes for them and said they have proposed many other safe parking sites to city leaders.

On Friday, Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Commissioners announced it would not move forward with a 24/7 Safe Parking Program at Westchester Park.

It will let the current overnight Safe Parking program sunset on Oct. 2 before the opening of the baseball fields.

The announcement comes after significant pushback from residents and community members over using parking lots at the park for homeless housing.

Bargain California Chardonnays to Sip in Westchester This Summer

Adobe Stock/ YusunWhen you’re in the mood for a perfectly sippable white, look no further than these best-value Chardonnays for summertime pours.Some of the most enjoyable California Chardonnays can now be found locally at bargain prices. And they complement a range of fare, from oysters on the half shell, steamed lobster and shrimp, grilled trout and branzino, to barbecued ch...

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When you’re in the mood for a perfectly sippable white, look no further than these best-value Chardonnays for summertime pours.

Some of the most enjoyable California Chardonnays can now be found locally at bargain prices. And they complement a range of fare, from oysters on the half shell, steamed lobster and shrimp, grilled trout and branzino, to barbecued chicken and even blue-veined cheeses.

2020 Bogle California Chardonnay ($12)

Partially barrel fermented and aged for 8 months in American oak, this wine proffers a bouquet and taste of apples and pears, with notes of oak and vanilla. Find it at Suburban Wines & Spirits in Yorktown Heights and Vine & Co. in Bedford Hills.

2018 Baron Herzog Chardonnay ($13)

With grapes hailing primarily from California’s Central Valley, this kosher wine shows a fragrant bouquet and fruity taste of apples and ripe pears, with some notes of apricot and oak in the finish. Find it at Rochambeau Wines & Liquors in Dobbs Ferry and Village Wine & Spirits in Sleepy Hollow.

2019 Chateau St. Jean Chardonnay ($10)

This is a classic Sonoma County Chardonnay, with a perfumed bouquet and taste of ripe apples and pineapple, with hints of butterscotch in its zesty finish. Find it at Dodd’s Liquor City in Millwood and Westchester Wine Warehouse in White Plains.

2019 J. Lohr Arroyo Seco Chardonnay ($13)

Made from grapes harvested in Monterey County, this barrel-fermented wine shows a bouquet and taste of ripe apples and tropical fruit, with a touch of vanilla and citrus in its lingering finish. Find it at Mt. Kisco Wines & Spirits, Varmax in Port Chester, and Bottle Grove in White Plains.

2019 Chateau Souverain Chardonnay ($10)

This wine, made of grapes from the North Coast of California, has a bouquet reminiscent of warm apple pie, with a taste of ripe apples and pears and some citrus in its crisp finish. Find it at Stew Leonard’s Wines & Spirits in Yonkers and Varmax in Port Chester.

Kendall-Jackson Vintner’s Reserve Chardonnay ($15)

This popular wine shows a bouquet and rich taste of ripe apples and peach, with undertones of vanilla and orange zest in its crisp finish. Find it at Aries Wines & Spirits in White Plains and Wine Bazaar in New Rochelle.

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