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September 3, 2019

LA City Controller Ron Galperin on Optimizing City Real Estate Assets & Banking Cannabis

Controller Ron Galperin on his latest announcement proposing the creation of the Los Angeles Municipal Development Corporation, a nonprofit entity that would be tasked with managing city assets in a more strategic way.

September 3, 2019

Katy Young Yaroslavsky Unpacks Measure W: Implementation of LA’s ‘Safe, Clean Water Program’

Katy Young Yaroslavsky discusses the Measure W Implementation Ordinance and how this new funding will flow into LA County community water projects.

August 29, 2019

LA BioMed’s Torrance Medical Research Institute: An Incubator of Innovation with Over 200 Patents

LA BioMed's David Meyer and Keith Hoffman discuss The Lundquist Institute’s life-saving research and role as a biotech incubator and the geographic advantages of its expanding South Bay location.

August 29, 2019

Implementing LA’s Green New Deal Without Economic & Worker Displacement 

WUF presents a conversation on the need to prevent the economic and existential displacement of communities and workers as the city rapidly enacts policies and takes actions necessary to decarbonize LA.

August 28, 2019

Janet Marie Smith on Dodger Stadium as Civic Space with a New Front Door

Janet Marie Smith on how Dodger Stadium's 'new front door' will optimize transit and pedestrian access to the park while preserving the field's historic character and sweeping 'postcard views.'

August 25, 2019

Sen. Skinner’s SB 330: One-Size Housing Approval Devalues Community Voices

Embarcadero Institute’s plain-language analysis of SB 330's preemption of local planning and zoning processes and limited public engagement in development decisions.

August 25, 2019

Charles Loveman: Unlocking The Market for Affordable Homeownership with Private Capital

Charles Loveman explains the historical role that subsidized demand played in spurring housing production and the value of low to moderate-income affordable homeownership development.

August 20, 2019

Kosmont on the Fiscal Disincentives Undermining Local Approval of Housing Development

Larry Kosmont identifies the fiscal dysfunction driving city resistance to state-mandated density and offers institutional explanations for California’s current housing crisis.

August 20, 2019

ULI-LA Mover & Shaker: Tony Salazar on Affordable Housing

Tony Salazar shares his experienced perspective on creating successful, mixed-income communities and what it currently takes to entice affordable housing production in cities across the country.

August 14, 2019

Michael Woo—CalPoly's Planning School Dean—on Why's and Wherefore's of City Planning

Fmr. LA City Councilmember and retiring CalPoly School of Environmental Design Dean, Mike Woo, reminds readers of the visionary responsibilities of elected officials to ensure the plans of today indeed consider the needs of tomorrow.

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