As of tomorrow, L.A. will become more environmentally healthy. Remember that L.A. banned single use plastic bags at supermarkets in January; on July 1 the ban is extending to mom and pop stores. Kudos to Councilman Paul Koretz who was a leading advocate of the ban.
Mayor Garcetti has announced the establishment of the Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles which he hopes will create "transformative change in the city." The Fund will, the Mayor predicts "harness new ideas and new resources to make L.A. the most livable city in the world."
Thanks to the increasing interest in living and working in pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods, Los Angeles ranked number 16 out of 30 cities for its "walkability" in a report issued by SmartGrowth America. Not as high as we might like but better than one might expect. (Actually, LA tied with Columbus, Ohio and Kansas City, Missouri. Washington, D.C., New York and Boston topped the list.)
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