Weekly Report – November 2, 2015

Building the 21st Century Power System, EnergyBiz Magazine Fall 2015, by Ted Craver, Chairman, president and CEO of Edison International, the parent company of Southern California Edison.

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Weekly Report – September 28, 2015

On September 13, 2015 the Los Angeles Times ran an article entitled A rise in violence plagues South L.A.: ‘We can’t police our way out of this’, in which L.A. Police Deputy Chief Bill Scott was quoted as saying that “a lack of educational opportunities, jobs and other programs to help improve the community” has played a significant role in the recent increase in violent crime in South L.A.

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Weekly Report – September 21, 2015

Jon Christensen, an adjunct assistant professor and journalist in residence at UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability and a partner in Stamen Design in San Francisco wrote a review of the recently released book entitled “The Rise and Fall of Urban Economies: Lessons From San Francisco and Los Angeles.”

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Weekly Report – August 24, 2015

The L.A. Coalition’s and Mayor’s Operations Innovation Team continues to play a significant role in analyzing ways in which the city of Los Angeles could establish a management plan for the City’s $3 billion real estate portfolio.

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Weekly Report – August 3, 2015

In light of Los Angeles City Hall’s elevated focus on ways in which the public sector can do a better job of helping foster economic and job growth in L.A., I wanted to use this weekly to help gather ideas and/or best practices from you, on ways in which policymakers, academia and the private sector, can work together to help fix the “Middle-Skills” gap in the region?

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Weekly Report – July 27, 2015

One of Los Angeles’ best opportunities to generate economic and job growth is to advance sound initiatives that invest in the region’s transportation system.

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