May 2004

May 27, 2004

Peter Schrag On State Governance In California: Paradise Lost Revisited?

Noted Sacramento Bee columnist Peter Schrag chews on the question,

May 27, 2004

Waste Management's Doug Corcoran Assesses L.A.'s Prospects Of Becoming "Landfill Free"

Waste Management's Doug Corcoran provides a reality check on what is required for L.A. to be

May 27, 2004

State's Infrastructure Bank: Under the Financial Radar Screen, But Far From Marginal

Stan Hazelroth, the Executive Director of California's Infrastructure Bank, elaborates on the programs and impact of this surprisingly under publicized resource.

May 27, 2004

League of Cities Negotiates Budget Deal With Governor, Awaits Legislative Approval

The League of California Cities' Executive Director, Chris McKenzie, elaborates on the opportunity presented by deal struck between the Governor and local government earlier this month.

May 27, 2004

Assembly Budget Chair Steinberg Critiques Governor's Local Budget Deal

Assemblyman Darrell Steinberg analyzes the recent deal struck between Governor Schwarzenegger and the League of Cities, lamenting that the deal fails to include the reform necessary to fix the system.

May 27, 2004

L.A.X. - Not The NBC Drama - Stars Councilwoman Miscikowski

L.A. City Councilmember Cindy Miscikowski lays out a plan to advance the modernization of LAX.

May 26, 2004

Community -Based Planning Finally Wins One: Azusa's Smart Growth Plan Approved

Azusa's former city manager, Rick Cole, marks the significance of the recent vote in favor of a smart growth development plan for Monrovia Nursery in Azusa.

May 26, 2004

Orange County's "Great Park" -The Voters' Alternative To El Toro Airport - Is Taking Shape

Tom Nielsen, of the Great Park Conservancy, reflects on the lost opportunity for an El Toro Airport and the future vision for the former military base.

May 26, 2004

Jerry Snyder: An Experienced and Successful Housing Developer On The Los Angeles Market

Los Angeles real estate magnate Jerry Snyder reflects on the strength and potential of the Southern California market.

May 26, 2004

Mark Winogrond: Retired From City Management, But Still In The Game

Former CAO of Culver City, Mark Winogrond reflects on the state of planning in California and the need for planners to be more proactive in determining the future of their respective communities.



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