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The Next L. A. John Kaliski And Michaele Pride-Wells Et Al
John Kaliski argues that the people are the main souce of power in determining the fate of their neighborhood. He challenges the...

The Next L. A. John Kaliski And Michaele Pride-Wells Et Al

John Kaliski argues that the people are the main souce of power in determining the fate of their neighborhood. He challenges the “two-dimensional” view of L.A. and proposes new zoning codes and land use plans. David Stein tries to dispell some myths surrounding Los Angeles through graphs, data, and comparisons with other major cities. This symposium aims to discuss who and how things are planned in Los Angeles. Through out the course of the presentations, the lecturers stress the importance of having the local population behind the planning ideas- stating that the people ultimately plan the revitalization techniques the city implements. The several presentations try to give several differing opinions of the planning issues that try to revitalize a low income community.

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The panelists discuss emerging trends in Los Angeles and its inhabitants. They describe the different scales of urbanism, and the...
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The panel discusses job markets, a region's image, poverty and real estate. Panelists suggest that the sweeping urban schemes...