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Election 2013

CD 11 Livable Streets Candidate Forum Videos Online. Next Streetsblog TV Events Announced

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It might have taken five days longer than we thought, but I finally uploaded the entire two hour Livable Streets Candidate Forum for the four candidates vying to succeed Bill Rosendahl in Council District 11. Watching the video again, it's striking how few times Rosendahl's name comes up in the discussion.

Click here to join our broadcast of the groundbreaking for the Westwood Neighborhood Greenway

Also notable, each of the four candidates kicks off the forum season with a discussion of walking, bicycling, transit, parking and more sounding as though they've spent the last four years at UCLA planning school. As the forum season continues, it will be interesting to see if they continue in this vein or if the focus on Livability last week was an outlier.

All four videos are embedded after the jump.

Meanwhile, mark your schedules for the next two Streetsblog TV events. On February 7th, we'll be at the opening of two pocket parks in Downtown Los Angeles at 9:00 a.m. with Mayor Villaraigosa, Council Members Huizar and Perry and more. Then, on February 10th we'll be at Occidental College for the CD 1 Candidates debate at 1:00 p.m.

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