Warren Olney

December 4, 2012

WWLA? Is Superstorm Sandy A Wakeup Call for California’s Coast?

In a recent installment of Which Way LA?, Warren Olney and guests Chad Nelsen, Environmental Director for the Surfrider Foundation, Brian Brennan, Venutra City Councilman and Costal Commissioner, and David Kiff, City Manager of Newport, discuss what’s being done to fortify California’s coast against rising ocean levels.

June 2, 2015

WWLA: The Legality of Intensified Infill Development & Density in Hollywood Debated

Robert Silverstein articulates his clients’ perspective in seeking to halt Hollywood projects, while Mott Smith explains the difficulties of building infill in an environment of CEQA litigation.

March 23, 2015

Olney's WWLA Addresses LA Housing Affordability and the City's Third Incarnation

“Which Way, L.A.?” considers the affordability crisis facing Southern California and the re-definition of the Los Angeles dream.

May 1, 2012

Which Way LA’s Warren Olney Explores the LA Riots, 20 Years Later

20 years after the 1992 LA Riots, Warren Olney hosted a special series on KCRW’s Which Way, LA?, covering all angles of the city’s tumultuous experience in the 90s. TPR offers the following excerpt from the introduction of Olney’s show, aired on April 27th.

October 12, 2011

“What’s the Rush?”: Should Football Stadiums Have Expedited Environmental Reviews By Courts?

Warren Olney, California State Senator Alex Padilla, and David Pettit deliberate the future of CEQA reform through AB 900 and SB 292. The conversation took place before Governor Brown signed both bills into law. Still, it illustrates that uncertainties that surround such action. Have large development projects, effectively, freed themselves of environmental scrutiny?

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