According to an article published online today by the Los Angeles Times, an un-named state agency has approved a California Enterprise Zone expansion in the Los Angeles San Fernando Valley area. Of course, the agency must be the California Department of Housing and Community Development (or HCD), which oversees the state’s enterprise zone program. According to reporter Phil Willon at Los Angeles City Hall,
The expansion area includes portions of Chatsworth, Canoga Park, the Van Nuys Airport area, Woodland Hills and the northeast Valley. Some of the major businesses and retail centers that will benefit are Micro Solutions Enterprises in Van Nuys, the Woodland Hills Auto Gallery, 3M and Nestle Foods in Canoga Park, the Northridge Plaza, the Westfield Topanga Plaza in Warner Center and firms around the airport.