Paul Zimmerman

Executive Director, Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing

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Paul Zimmerman on KCRW

LA's urban centers are subject to migratory movements that are like weather patterns—impervious to rent control, affordable housing trust funds and other kinds of government…

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LA's urban centers are subject to migratory movements that are like weather patterns—impervious to rent control, affordable housing trust funds and other kinds of government…

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