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September 7, 2020

Tempus Opportunitatis:  Has The Moment Arrived To End Political Interference in LA City’s Land Use Decisions?

Ed(ifice) Locus— a pseudonymous nod to legendary urban planner, Ed Logue, and rooted in the Latin word for 'place'—asserts that decoupling campaign finance from land use planning is a necessary safeguard against the pay-to-play schemes that plague the city's entitlement process.

August 28, 2020

Council President Nury Martinez on Addressing the Cloud of Corruption over LA City Hall

President Martinez shares her commitment both to keeping Angelenos housed during the COVID public health and economic crises and to opposing one-size-fits all housing solutions currently under consideration by the California Assembly.

August 22, 2018

Stephen Gee: Los Angeles City Hall More Than A Building—It Is An American Icon

Stephen Gee's recent book City Hall: An American Icon, covers the history and importance of Los Angeles City Hall in the pantheon of national architecture and city building.

March 26, 2018

Public Works Director Craig Beck on P3 Financing of Long Beach’s Civic Center

With the first opportunity to build a new City Hall in 40 years, Craig Beck shares how Long Beach is incorporating residential and mixed-use development.

August 22, 2016

Neighborhood Integrity Initiatives’s Letter to Mayor Garcetti: Either Lead on Planning or Voters Will

Jill Stewart, Campaign Director for the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, sheds light on her group's tactical move to meet with Mayor Eric Garcetti and provide a list of demands that must be met by August 24.

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