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The AIA|LA Mayoral Candidate Forums

The AIA|LA Mayoral Candidate Forums

Presented by MATT CONSTRUCTION
moderated by Christopher Hawthorne and Bill Roschen, FAIA

Please join AIA|LA and 2012 President Stuart Magruder, AIA as we coordinate a series of candid discussions with each prospective Mayoral Candidate for the City of Los Angeles. Moderated by Los Angeles City Planning Commission President, Bill Roschen, FAIA and LA Times Architecture Critic, Christopher Hawthorne, the series of forums will serve as an opportunity for the general public to learn more about each candidate's vision for the city.

AIA|LA will be asking each Mayoral Candidate specific questions centered on the importance of City Planning, Urban Design and Architecture as they relate to establishing a healthy, delightful and more economically and environmentally sustainable built environment.

Friday, February 17 (7pm - 9pm) - Mayoral Candidate Jan Perry
Friday, February 24 (7pm - 9pm) - Mayoral Candidate Austin Beutner
Friday, March 2 (7pm - 9pm) - Mayoral Candidate Kevin James
Friday, March 9 (7pm - 9pm) - Mayoral Candidate Wendy Greuel
Friday, March 16 (7pm - 9pm) - Mayoral Candidate Eric Garcetti

(MORE CANDIDATES TO BE ADDED, potentially)

Location:
Ronald F. Deaton Civic Auditorium
LAPD Police Administration Building
100 West First Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012

LIMITED CAPACITY.

Thanks to the generous contribution of MATT CONSTRUCTION, this event is free and open to the public with advance registration.

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