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…

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…

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