Building Neighborhoods In Los Angeles

The Planning Report explores how to make Los Angeles' neighborhoods safe and weave together the cultural fabric of Los Angeles.
November 27, 2001, 9am PST | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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Margie Reese, the recently installed General Manager of Los Angeles' Cultural Affairs Department has used her first 11 months in Los Angeles to survey the City's cultural and artistic landscape. During that tenure she has watched as the Neighborhood Council system has begun to form. In watching that evolution she offers a suggestion: why not have the Councils partner with the arts community? TPR was pleased to sit with Margie and talk about the state of affairs of L.A.'s cultural heritage and arts communities and how they may be the missing link between giving neighborhoods a voice, making them safe and weaving together the cultural fabric of Los Angeles.

Thanks to Jon Lonner

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Published on Saturday, November 24, 2001 in The Planning Report
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