Jane Blumenfeld

former city planner

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Jane Blumenfeld is a former planner for the City of Los Angeles.

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Many renters in LA fear eviction, as landlords increasingly use the Ellis Act to turn affordable apartments into more profitable homes.

Seniors evicted in Westwood

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