Residents, along with officials from a proposed Lycee International de Los Angeles that wants to move into the old G.M. site and make a school for K-12 grade, met Thursday evening at The Buena Vista Library.
The gathering wanted to find out what the proposed Lycee International de Los Angeles School and residents could work out so both parties are happy.
Residents concerns were traffic, and noise, along with the other elements that schools bring. There were about 75 people in attendance and toward the end there was a show of hands that the residents would be willing to let the school proceed.
There are plenty of items that will need to be worked out but this was a fact finding mission, and not an official city meeting.