California hospital expansion sparks controversy

11/13/2008 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The Los Angeles City Council should allow construction to resume on a $180 million expansion of a San Fernando Valley hospital, hospital officials say. Last month, a judge ordered the project to stop, pending a review by the council. Critics of the project say it does not address all traffic, parking, safety and environmental concerns. Each month of delay has cost about $250,000.

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