March 2004

March 31, 2004

Councilman Weiss Opines On Homeland Security And L.A.'s Cable Franchise Renewal Process

Jack Weiss, Los Angeles City Councilmember, addresses the state of homeland security preparedness in the Los Angeles area as well as the ongoing process to renew cable television franchises in L.A.

March 31, 2004

L.A. Council Pres. Padilla On Need For Cities To Protect Themselves From The State

Los Angeles City Council President, and League of California Cities Vice President, Alex Padilla, addresses the budgetary challenges cities face in the absence of constitutionally protected revenues.

March 31, 2004

L.A. County CAO Assesses The State/Local Budgetary Environment Post Passage Of Props. 57 and 58

Los Angeles County's Chief Administrative Officer David Janssen reflects on the passage of Propositions 57 & 58 and how he will approach this most difficult budget season.

March 31, 2004

CBRT's 'Cost of Doing Business' Report Concludes California Is No Longer Competitive

Bill Hauck, President of the California Business Roundtable, discusses the results of the Bain & Company report on the competitiveness of California's business climate.

March 31, 2004

Pasadena's Chris Holden On Bob Hope Airport's Long Range Planning

Chris Holden, Pasadena City Councilman and Vice President of the Burbank Airport Authority, addresses the potential impacts of Mayor Hahn's proposed LAX master plan.

March 31, 2004

Bain & Co. Concludes That California's Business And Regulatory Climate Is Not Competitive

Excerpt of Bain & Company's study of the competitiveness of California's business and regulatory climate.

March 28, 2004

Open Space Master Planning Needed To Enhance The Region's Public Spaces

Landscape architects Mia Lehrer and Esther Margulies discuss the undervalued role of open space design in community building.

March 28, 2004

With Bradbury Building, Goodwin Gaw Adds To His Portfolio Of Historic Downtown Properties

Real estate developer Goodwin Gaw talks about his interest in historical office properties in and around downtown Los Angeles and how the market values these buildings.

March 28, 2004

Meeting The Demand for Housing? Tejon Ranch's Centennial Project Plans 23,000 New Homes

Greg Medeiros, a Vice President of Centennial Partners, addresses the planning and design behind one of Southern California's largest master planned communities in development.

March 28, 2004

CIM Group Truly Is Bullish On TOD And Hollywood

CIM Group Senior Vice President John Given addresses his firm's commitment to Hollywood's revitalization and reflects upon the purchase of the landmark Hollywood & Highland development.



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