After a judge ruled against forcing Santa Monica to allow the religious displays in a city park, a business has donated its commercial property for the holiday exhibits.
Construction has begun on more than a dozen Nativity scenes to be erected at Watt Companies, near the corner of 28th Street and Ocean Park. So far, only the installations’ frames have been created.
“It was very difficult to find a spot after the City Council ejected us from the park earlier this year,” said Hunter Jameson, Christian activist.
A judge in November denied a group’s bid to force the city to reopen spaces in Palisades Park for private displays, including Christmas Nativity scenes.Continue Reading on www.nbclosangeles.com