The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures has gotten the green light from the City Council, which voted unanimously Wednesday to give the go ahead to a $300-million museum that will adjoin the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Wilshire Boulevard at Fairfax Avenue, the Los Angeles Times reports. However, not everyone is celebrating as the non-profit Fix the City is considering taking legal action against it.
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