|THE NEIGHBORHOOD mapping project produced by the LA Times has solicited healthy debate about where Los Angeles communities begin, end and overlap.|
But this comment on the Atwater Village neighborhood map is an interesting study in micro-geography:
Never mind the wisdom of associating a neighborhood with the Toonerville gang (or the fact that the train tracks, not San Fernando Rd., are the natural eastern border of both city and neighborhood).
But is there something to this 3-way split? What are the differences, perceived or real, between the 3 Atwater Villages?
March 12, 2009
LA Times Commenter Would Split Atwater Village 3 Ways