For the last eight years, I have used my commute from the South Bay to downtown to explore the neighborhoods of Los Angeles. The more I drive, the more I notice what I call L.A.’s “lost space,” mysterious plots of land that sit abandoned or underused throughout the city. On…
Port of Los Angeles The L.A. Coalition and its predecessor entity, the Los Angeles Economy & Jobs Committee (the “L.A. Committee”), were early supporters of the Southern California Gateway Project (the “SCIG Project”). The SCIG Project is exactly the type of private sector investment that Southern California needs to facilitate…
El Niño Will Not Solve California’s Drought [here].
California’s developed water supply, water that is produced or brought into a water system through the efforts of people, comes from three main sources: (1) Snow melt from the Sierra Nevada (2) Local groundwater, and (3) Imported water from the Colorado River basin. See the full memorandum [here].
Dear Secretary Foxx: On behalf of the members of the Los Angeles Coalition for the Economy & Jobs (L.A. Coalition) we are writing to express our support as you consider issuing a Full Funding Grant Agreement and a Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation loan (TIFIA) for L.A. Metro’s Purple Line…
The Los Angeles Coalition for the Economy & Jobs – Job Creation Memo for 2014
[The Letter – PDF]
[The Report – PDF]