An activist group has dropped its years-long lawsuit against the state to restrict overnight parking near the beach in Venice, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The Venice Stakeholders Assn. decided to drop the suit after Venice Councilman Mike Bonin’s office declined to support the effort, the Times reported.
When the California Coastal Commission denied the city’s application to restrict parking at the beach between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. in 2009, the Venice Stakeholders Assn. and the city filed suit. The city dropped the suit last year after the Coastal Commission denied the request for the third time, according to the Times.
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