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LAPD Prepares for Media Swarm at Encino Jackson Compound Again

Angelica Pol, of Van Nuys, visits a makeshift memorial outside the family home of the late pop star Michael Jackson in Encino last month (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
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The news about the cause of Michael Jackson's death has prompted the LAPD to once again remind the public and media about parking at the Hayvenhurst Estate, which was Jackson's childhood home and current one for family members. The LAPD has been trying to "to strike a balance between the needs of the area residents and the needs of the media to cover the events," they said today in a news release.

Hayvenhurst Avenue will remain fully open meaning regular parking restrictions will be in effect. Translation: no parking on the street between Ventura Boulevard and Libbit Avenue or face tickets and the impound. Police say that there will be no warnings or grace periods before they take action on parking or other violation including illegal vending, littering and excessive noise.