January 2006

January 18, 2006

L.A. Regional Water Board Encourages Cities to Devise Innovative Solutions to Water Quality

Addressing storm water runoff and protecting aquifers is crucial for L.A.'s environment, according to Water Board Chair Susan Cloke.

January 18, 2006

‘Arcane' Political Structure Poses Significant Threat to State's Water Supply & Distribution

Michael George, CEO of Western Water, says California's water is too important to fall prey to bureaucratic inefficiency.

January 18, 2006

OCTA Responds to and Plans for Orange County's Emergence as a Truly Urban Metropolis

Under Art Leahy's guidance, OCTA prepares for a higher-density future and wins 2005 Transit Agency of the Year.

January 18, 2006

Parks Lobbies for NFL's Return to Coliseum; Seeks to Capitalize on Build-Out of Expo Rail Line

L.A. City Councilmember Bernard Parks assumes a myriad of roles to improve L.A.'s mobility and finances.

January 18, 2006

L.A. Airport Commission Chair Alan Rothenberg On LAX Master Plan

Alan Rothenberg celebrates the end of an epic battle and looks to the future of LAX and regional air travel.

January 18, 2006

Bob Scott Assumes Chair of VICA; Seeks to Increase S.F. Valley's Prominence in Global Economy

Capitalizing on Valley identity and pursuing global and national competitiveness will be keys to Valley prosperity.

January 18, 2006

Bridge Housing Promotes Mixed-Use, Mixed-Income Affordable & Workforce Housing

Carol Galante describes how developers and public agencies can create public housing that helps revitalize neighborhoods.

January 18, 2006

Melendrez Group Creates Comprehensive Master Plan for Managing & Maintaining Griffith Park

Lauren Melendrez describes the Griffith Park master plan draft and efforts to respond to community input.

January 18, 2006

New Planning Commission Brings Energy, Vision, & Understanding of Smart Growth to L.A. Planning

Jane Usher and Robin Hughes look forward to helping Mayor Villaraigosa and the Planning Department realize the vision of smart growth.

January 18, 2006

Kaplan Laments Battle Over Downtown Parcel

MerueloMaddux encounters opposition from LAUSD in its efforts to build a mixed-use development near the L.A. River.



© 2024 The Planning Report | David Abel, Publisher, ABL, Inc.