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Westside Urban Forum: Waiting for the Train

11:32 AM PST on February 18, 2009


economy has imposed a building moratorium.  Yet, with the passage of
Measure R and possible stimulus money, Los Angeles is poised to begin the
biggest rail construction boom in a generation.  How can we ensure that
the right land use plans, development proposals, and procedures are in place to
support the infrastructure when construction starts and the projects
open?  What should cities, Metro and the private sector be doing now to
get ready?  Join the Westside Urban Forum on Friday, February 20 to hear
from some of those on the front lines who have the opportunity to shape our
urban landscape for the next generation.

Goldberg, General Manager, City of Los Angeles Planning Department

Moliere, Chief Real Property Management & Development, Metro

Inge, Chief Planning Officer, Metro

Zasloff, Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law Associate Director, Richard S.
Ziman Center for Real Estate At UCLA.

& Time:

The Regency Club
10900 Wilshire Blvd., 17th Floor
Los Angeles, CA

Friday, February 20, 2009

7:45am-9:00am Program

& Pricing:

Members: $20 ($10 for full-time students with ID)
Guests: $40 ($15 for full-time students with ID)


Deadline for registration and cancellations is Wednesday, February 18, 2009. No
Refunds issued after this date.

Registration is $10.00
more after Wednesday, February 18, and at the door.


Cerrell Associates

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