The Los Angeles City Council approved the Hollywood Community Plan in 2012 after years of discussion and debate. However, does the Hollywood Millennium project, which was recently approved by the city Planning Commission but awaits a vote by the City Council, diverge from that hard-fought blueprint? The Millennium calls for two towers around the Capitol Records building and smaller buildings that would adhere to higher-density standards as the plan accepts. Opponents believe the project is well out of scale with what exists in Hollywood. However, at least one letter to the editor notes that such a project is necessary in order to keep Hollywood economically vibrant.