Tim Logan

Los Angeles Times

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Business reporter with the Los Angeles Times

Tim Logan on KCRW

If voters in Inglewood support an NFL stadium, the developers of  Hollywood Park Tomorrow  won't have to go through the normal planning process or submit to an environmental review.

The City of Inglewood Tackles a Tough Problem

If voters in Inglewood support an NFL stadium, the developers of Hollywood Park Tomorrow won't have to go through the normal planning process or submit to an environmental review.

from Which Way, L.A.?

The plan to transform Hollywood Park into an NFL stadium runs to 187 pages. Developers and officials in Inglewood say it won't cost taxpayers a dime.

A Football Stadium to Bring Home the Rams, at What Cost to Taxpayers?

The plan to transform Hollywood Park into an NFL stadium runs to 187 pages. Developers and officials in Inglewood say it won't cost taxpayers a dime.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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