October/November 2015

October 30, 2015

LA Viewed by Non-Native Insiders: Cheung & Kulkarni Thrive on Region's Diversity

Stephen Cheung and Praful Kulkarni provide their distilled "takes" on LA in this second contribution to TPR's series of city-builder perspectives on the metropolis.

October 30, 2015

Blumenfield Proud of Warner Center 2035's Blueprint for Growth

City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield shares the remarkable retail growth in the West Valley as the Village at Westfield-Topanga opens for business.

October 30, 2015

Palmer 'Re-Gentrified' Downtown LA, Despite Doubters and Design Criticism

Geoff Palmer speaks candidly with TPR Publisher David Abel at a ULI-LA site tour.

October 29, 2015

MWD Collaborating on Launch of Ambitious Waste-Water Recycling Program

Jeff Kightlinger updates readers on a demonstration project that could lead to one of the largest recycled-water projects on the West Coast.

October 29, 2015

Delta Watermaster Charged with Balancing Water Reliability and Ecosystem Restoration

Michael George comments on water rights, urban versus agricultural water interests, and Governor Brown’s tunnel plan.

October 29, 2015

China & US City Leaders Sign Historic Bilateral Climate Declaration in LA

TPR presents edited excerpts from a press event at the US-China Climate Leaders Summit, featuring a collection of US mayors and Governor Brown.

October 26, 2015

Lucy Jones' Priority: Preparing LA for 'The Big One's' Economic Impact

Dr. Lucy Jones notes the repercussions of interruptions to water and communications systems, as well as uninhabitable buildings, on business in Los Angeles.

October 25, 2015

Rick Cole: Santa Monica's City Manager Champions Innovation & Real Planning

Rick Cole gives his perspective on an initiative to drastically limit development in Santa Monica as well as commenting on the coming Expo Line, efforts for local control of the Santa Monica Airport, and initiatives to address homelessness.

October 25, 2015

Joe Edmiston: Gehry a Welcome Addition to River Revitalization

Joe Edmiston, among the original champions of the LA River, encourages all interested players to participate in revitalization.

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