Phil Brock

Santa Monica Parks and Recreation Department

Guest

Lifelong resident of Santa Monica and a commissioner for the city’s Parks and Recreation Department.

Phil Brock on KCRW

There’s a battle raging over development in and around Los Angeles. On one side, people say we need to slow things down and stop the spread of high-rise and luxury buildings.

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How much should a city grow to prosper but also remain livable?

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