Mitch O’Farrell

Los Angeles City Council

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City Councilman for Los Angeles' 13th Council District (Elysian Park and other communities along the LA River)

Mitch O’Farrell on KCRW

LA City Councilman Mitch O’Farrell talks about his plan to incentivize telecommuting after stay-at-home orders are lifted and other ideas for a greener, cleaner LA.

Can LA be greener, cleaner, slower following COVID-19?

LA City Councilman Mitch O’Farrell talks about his plan to incentivize telecommuting after stay-at-home orders are lifted and other ideas for a greener, cleaner LA.

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Affordable housing is being really well-designed, but it’s also very expensive.

The high cost of affordable housing

Affordable housing is being really well-designed, but it’s also very expensive.

from Design and Architecture

The Army Corps of Engineers has authority over the LA River, and it says cleaning up just 11 miles of the 52-mile long channel will cost a billion dollars.

Can the LA River Solve the Affordable Housing Crisis?

The Army Corps of Engineers has authority over the LA River, and it says cleaning up just 11 miles of the 52-mile long channel will cost a billion dollars.

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