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Federal Housing Assistance in LA County

2019-02-08T00:25:53+00:00

Federal Housing Assistance in Los Angeles County is Primarily for High-Income Neighborhoods By Paavo Monkkonen and Yiwen (Xavier) Kuai Housing advocates rightly remind us that the federal government provides much more housing assistance to well-off households than it does for the low-income households who actually need support to have a roof over their heads.

Federal Housing Assistance in LA County2019-02-08T00:25:53+00:00

How Proposition U Restrains Los Angeles Housing Development

2019-02-08T00:25:05+00:00

How Proposition U Restrains Los Angeles Housing Development By Paavo Monkkonen and Kate Traynor Can one policy change help Los Angeles make room for thousands of additional housing units near transit and alleviate development pressure on current residential neighborhoods? One possibility: Repealing Proposition U. The measure, approved by LA voters in 1986, cut the

How Proposition U Restrains Los Angeles Housing Development2019-02-08T00:25:05+00:00

Climate Change Initiative Director Juan Matute Interviewed By UCLA Today

2013-10-10T13:32:10+00:00

div { padding-top: 0px; padding-right: 20px; padding-bottom: 0px; padding-left: 20px; } Juan Matute, Director of the UCLA Climate Change Initiative was recently interviewed by UCLA Today. Click here to read more about climate change, transportation, and what we can do about it.Juan Matute is the director of the UCLA Local Climate Change Initiative at the Luskin School of

Climate Change Initiative Director Juan Matute Interviewed By UCLA Today2013-10-10T13:32:10+00:00

Study: Downtown L.A. Parklets Improve Community, Quality of Life

2013-08-26T17:20:18+00:00

Study: Downtown L.A. Parklets Improve Community, Quality of Life In February 2013, City of Los Angeles unveiled its first pair of parklets. Six months forward, UCLA Luskin and affiliated researchers have found the parklets bring an improved quality of life to residents and visitors along the Spring Street corridor. In an evaluation (PDF) completed as a

Study: Downtown L.A. Parklets Improve Community, Quality of Life2013-08-26T17:20:18+00:00