Hollywood Farmers' Market To Shut Down Over Parking Dispute?

HOLLYWOOD ( KTLA) -- The popular Hollywood Farmers' Market, which sees nearly 10,000 customers every Sunday morning, is in danger of being shut down over what appears to be a parking dispute with the L.A. Film School. A meeting between the operators of the market and L.A. city officials is scheduled for Monday.

Farmers' Market Chief Executive Officer Pompea Smith tells KTLA that the LA Film School wants to reclaim the use of their parking lot that is normally blocked once a week from 8:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m on Sunday.

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