Michael Boehm

co-chair of the e4 Mobility Alliance at the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation

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co-chair of the e4 Mobility Alliance at the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation

Michael Boehm on KCRW

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Last week -- in the inaugural segment of our new ‘ Making LA ’ series -- we talked about LA’s built environment.

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