Jan Perry

September 16, 2019

No NIMBY, Former Councilmember Jan Perry Prioritizes Affordable Housing Solutions

Now a candidate for LA County Board of Supervisors District 2 Jan Perry promises to prioritize economic development, local infrastructure investment, and emergency housing solutions.

March 27, 2019

The Los Angeles Centers Concept After 50: Then, Now & Beyond

A colloquium hosted by the Los Angeles Region Planning History Group revisited the Centers Concept, the 50 year-old visionary blueprint that shaped the region's growth.

August 1, 2012

Public & Private Benefactors Celebrate County’s ‘Grand Park’ Opening

Remarks delivered at the Grand Park opening by LA County Supervisors Gloria Molina, Zev Yaroslavsky, Mark Ridley-Thomas, Don Knabe, and Michael Antonovich; LA City Councilmember Jan Perry; philanthropist Eli Broad; and Bea Hsu, Vice President of Development, Related California.

February 26, 2012

Adel Hagekhalil on Significance of South LA’s Wetlands Park

Natural spaces in cities may provide recreation areas for residents, but in Los Angeles they also contribute to an ecological infrastructure. In South LA, the creation of a wetland on what once was a parking lot marks a commitment to using landscape to treat storm water.

March 31, 2011

‘Skyline Changer'-Wilshire Grand Hotel- Wins Approval

In March, the L.A. City Council approved a suite of ordinances that paved the way for a $1 billion high rise in Downtown-the first office tower to be built in the neighborhood in over 20 years.

June 27, 2007

‘Green L.A.' Plan Announced by L.A. Mayor Villaraigosa; Endorsed by City Council and Environmental Leaders

Los Angeles sets an ambitious agenda to become the greenest city in the United States.

August 23, 2004

Downtown L.A.'s Renaissance Is Only Enhanced by Grand Avenue

L.A. City Councilwoman Jan Perry reflects on the ongoing renaissance in downtown L.A., and looks forward to the two largest projects yet – Grand Avenue and L.A. Live.

January 1, 2003

TPR Readers Offer Their Land-Use And Planning Priorities For 2003

TPR readers offer their views on land-use and planning challenges facing the region.

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