Terry O'Day

Santa Monica City Council member

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Santa Monica City Council member and co-founding Executive Director of Environment Now; former vice-chair of the City of Santa Monica Planning Commission and co-chair of Save Our City

Terry O'Day on KCRW

This past Saturday, DnA and KCRW convened something called a “design jam,” a group brainstorming session.

What we learned from “Flipping the Bird”

This past Saturday, DnA and KCRW convened something called a “design jam,” a group brainstorming session.

from Design and Architecture

The  Bergamot Transit Village  was barely approved by the City Council by a vote of four to three.

Will Santa Monica's Growing Pains Mean Agony Region-wide?

The Bergamot Transit Village was barely approved by the City Council by a vote of four to three.

from Which Way, L.A.?

If you've been to the beach in Santa Monica or sampled the shopping or nightlife lately, you've driven around the traffic cones and seen scaffolding around new buildings.

Should Santa Monica Grow Up or Maintain a Low Profile?

If you've been to the beach in Santa Monica or sampled the shopping or nightlife lately, you've driven around the traffic cones and seen scaffolding around new buildings.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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