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Rumblings & Bumblings Responses: Gas Station, Holiday Parking, Berkeley Place

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Thank you for your responses this week. We are accepting more questions for next week's R&B at this time. You may send us an email at la@curbed.comwith your questions, updates and general rantings anytime the urge strikes.

1) Ladera Heights: The United Oil gas station generated debate regarding the aesthetic quality of the structural supports. In regards to the status of the project, a commenter, who we're guessing knows of what they speak, says: "The client for United Oil is uh, a bit indecisive. It should be a good project when finished tho-"

2) Santa Monica: As noted in the comments, the development at the northwest corner of Santa Monica and Berkeley, known as Berkeley Place Apartments (pictured above), is a 100 percent affordable housing project from Community Housing Corp of Santa Monica. Units are restricted to those earning 30, 40 and 60 percent of the area median income.

3) Los Angeles: We believe, but don't quote us on this, that when school is not in session - due to holidays, summer vacation - the restrictions on parking are not enforced. Commenter Sharky agrees.