When It Comes to Infrastructure, You Get What You Pay For

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LA City Council President Eric Garcetti announced today a "Garcetti 311" iPhone application. He wants to make it easy for his constituents to report dead animals, overgrown trees and potholes so his staff can relay the information to the appropriate agencies. But Mayor Villaraigosa said recently that cuts and layoffs will reduce city services, specifically including "potholes and the trimming of trees."


Damien Newton - LA.StreetsBlog.org - @labikes, Joel Kotkin - fellow in Urban Futures at Chapman University

Warren Olney

Katie Cooper, Andrea Brody