The Los Angeles City Council voted down a review of the massive Las Lomas residential project proposed for north Los Angeles County. The council voted 10 to 5 to instruct the Planning Department to stop processing the application submitted in 2002 by the Las Lomas Land Co., the Los Angeles Times reported. “This project would have put 15,000 cars a day in an already heavily impacted area,” Councilman Greig Smith was quoted by the Times. “The people of L.A. said we can’t take that anymore. We’re tired of it. We don’t have to say yes to make a developer rich.” The Las Lomas project proposal included more than 5,000 homes in the V-shaped area at the intersection of the Golden State (5) and 14 freeways.