October 2004

October 31, 2004

Avoiding California's Next Energy Crisis: Woody Clark's Agile Recommendations

Dr. Woody Clark, senior fellow at the Milken Insitute, on how making better policies will prevent another energy crisis in Calfornia.

October 31, 2004

November Election In San Diego Brings Critical Issues Of Solvency And Trust To A Head

Steven Erie discusses how a series of proposed measures, and several political races, will affect San Diego County -- and the region -- as a whole.

October 29, 2004

Rivers And Mountains Conservancy's Faustinos Sheds Light On RMC's Mission

Belinda V. Faustinos reveals the mission, scope and goals of one of our region's most active and important conservancies.

October 29, 2004

CAL EPA Secretary Tamminen Affirms Good Environmental Policy Is Good Business Policy

Terry Tamminen discusses how the Schwarzenegger administration is indeed "pro-environment."

October 29, 2004

Yankelovich Offers Perspectives On 14 Years Of Practice

Daniel Yankelovich, founder of Viewpoint Learning and Public Agenda, remarks on the processes that form public opinions. From a speech given at USC earlier this month.

October 29, 2004

Schwarzenegger Assesses His First Year: Touts Successes, Collaboration & Centrism

Governor Schwarzenegger shares his views on his first year in office, California's business climate and need for new infrastructure investment.

October 28, 2004

Local Luminaries Share Their Hopes for New L.A. Times Architecture Critic Chris Hawthorne

A panel of experienced local practitioners of architecture and development talk about what they hope the new critic will cover as he learns about Los Angeles.

October 28, 2004

Conservancy's Bernstein Finds Fault With LAUSD's ‘Compromise' Plan for Ambassador Hotel Site

Following the LAUSD's approval of a plan to build a school on the site of the historic Ambassador Hotel, Ken Bernstein of the L.A. Conservancy gives his reaction to the deal.

October 28, 2004

L.A. Coliseum Ready to Host NFL Team in 2008 - Without Public Funding

As the NFL prepares to select a site for a Los Angeles football team, Director Pat Lynch tells TPR about the L.A. Coliseum's chances and what a new team could bring.

October 28, 2004

Portland, Oregon, Condo Developers Bringing ‘Cool' Urban Living to Downtown L.A.

The development team on the first new-construction condo building in Downtown L.A. in the past 20 years discuss bringing housing to Downtown.

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