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The Los Angeles City Council agreed Friday to set up a special fund to help pay for projects that benefit the community around the Hollywood & Highland center.

The funds come from the development of the center, which was completed in 2001 and includes the Dolby Theatre, TCL Chinese Theatre, retail stores, restaurants and a hotel.

Such funds could go toward local projects, such as renovations at The Center at Blessed Sacrament, that are aimed at serving the homeless, according to Tony Arranaga, an aide to Councilman Mitch O’Farrell, who represents the area.

— City News Service

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