Mott Smith

Civic Enterprise

Guest

Mott Smith is a co-founder and principal of the planning and development firm of Civic Enterprise, and a member of the boar of directors of the Council of Infill Builders. He was appointed by Mayor Eric Garcetti to a "working group," to rethink parking in Los Angeles.

Mott Smith on KCRW

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