Renee Dake Wilson

Architect, Commissioner

Planning Commissioner and Architect

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The City Planning Commission Thursday approved a huge, controversial development project for  South Los Angeles .

Will The Reef gentrify South LA, displace residents?

The City Planning Commission Thursday approved a huge, controversial development project for South Los Angeles .

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