Los Angeles News
Venice Beach zip line plans move forward
VENICE, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Plans for a zip line at Venice Beach are flying right along. The Board of Public works has approved a permit for the attraction.
The 700-foot zip line would operate as a three-month pilot project. It still needs approval from the California Coastal Commission.
Some residents are against it, citing noise and traffic problems. Supporters say the attraction could bring in much-needed revenue.
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