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Americans aren’t moving to California and Californians are moving out. But birthrates and immigrants from other countries mean increased growth anyway. On Reporter’s Notebook, the Olympic torch faces a mixed reception next week in San Francisco. Photo Credit: David McNew, Getty Images News

Producers:
Karen Radziner
Sonya Geis

Main Topic The “Manhattanizing” of Los Angeles?
California is not the magnet it once was, but the Southern California Association of Governments insists that population growth will continue—with a total of 13 million people in LA County by 2050. In the city of LA, forget about single-family homes with backyards. Mayor Villaraigosa is promoting what he calls “elegant density.” The City Council has given developers a break on parking and allowed them to override existing zoning if they include affordable housing.

Guests:
Beth Steckler, Policy Director at Livable Places
Joel Kotkin, Chapman University
Bill Fulton, Smart Growth America (@MayorFulton)

Reporter's Notebook Olympic Torch Faces a Mixed Reception Next Week in San Francisco
On its way from ancient Olympic to Beijing, the Olympic torch will touch down just once in North America - next Wednesday in San Francisco.To the distress of Mayor Gavin Newsome, the Board of Supervisors has passed a resolution resolving to greet the torch with “alarm and protest.”

Guests:
John Glionna, San Francisco Bureau Chief, Los Angeles Times

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