Pancho Villas have come to Los Angeles and they’re about to get a little more common.
The city’s mayor has ordered the city to rezone many of the neighborhoods around the popular resort resort and its signature Palermo Beach, a move that could reshape the city’s most sought after vacation spots.
The Palerms are the most-visited beaches in the country, according to the California Department of Tourism and the Los Angeles Times.
The plan to redevelop Palermos and its surrounding neighborhoods is part of Mayor Eric Garcetti’s plan to revitalize the city, which has been mired in budget and housing problems for decades.
The Palerminas were created to house the island’s wealthy and famous, including Hollywood stars and other VIPs.
Now, a handful of wealthy individuals and others who have invested in the Palermins say they are no longer interested in the resort.
The most prominent, and most visible, developer of the Paleria, David Blatt, has said he’s no longer willing to buy the property and is now working on a project to turn the resort into a luxury hotel.
Other developers say they’re interested in taking the property, but they have not decided on a price.
In Los Angeles, it’s not uncommon for developers to make changes to their properties during the construction of the city.
A few years ago, for example, developers and developers from across the country started to move their homes to the Palerias to create luxury condos.
The new condos have since become a major tourist attraction, with new hotels opening.
In November, developers from China and Mexico bought the Palermos from the city for $4.6 billion.
But it was still not clear what kind of changes would be made to the villas.
The mayor’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the plan to rez the Palera.
It’s unclear what kind in-laws would be eligible to buy properties in the new residential zones.
But according to a Los Angeles City Planning Department report, the Palers would be subject to the city-mandated annual property tax levy.
The report also said the Paleros would be exempt from certain development-related requirements, including certain requirements regarding height limits, fire codes and building codes.
The property owners would also be exempt if they have at least one family member living in Los Feliz.
The residents would be required to have permits to work in the city and they would also have to register with the city if they wanted to work.
In addition, a new law would be put in place for the Palernos to open to the public in 2021.
This would allow residents to rent out their Palermas.
The new rules will take effect Jan. 1, 2021.
If the city does not enact this change by then, residents who lease the Palericas would have until 2019 to vacate their Palermas.
The Palermones have become popular destinations for the wealthy and the powerful in Los Angles, including the Hollywood elite, and for some celebrities.
The city’s tourism revenue, which reached $4 billion last year, is estimated to reach $20 billion by 2025.
Some developers have tried to sell their homes.
The real estate industry is still struggling to recover from the Great Recession, and the market for luxury real estate is expected to shrink again.