James Brasuell | KCET
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Los Angeles' vast array of zoning overlays and local zoning conditions make little difference in actual land use decisions and investments.
Over 60 percent of the city's geography is covered by special overlays and site-specific designations -- these are the machinery of the metaphorical sausage factory that is the Los Angeles development industry.
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CEQA was designed to protect the environment, but what adverse effects does it have?