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The City of Los Angeles has tremendous opportunity to close the chasm of inequality with the renewed investment in transportation and focus on development adjacent to transportation.
Nearly 20% of the people in Pacoima live in rented rooms or converted garages -- the suburban appearance shields a hidden density, where a single family house may actually be home to several families.
A youth group based in Chinatown and Lincoln Heights helped to create what the L.A. Times' editorial board called "A Model of L.A. Planning."