Beth Steckler

Policy Director at Livable Places

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Policy Director, Livable Places; a non-profit housing developer and policy organization

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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…

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