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Los Angeles NBC 4 News
May 01, 2014

Garcetti Calls for Housing Plan that Alleviates Pollution, Traffic

Reporting By Gordon Tokumatsu/Bobbie Eng
 

Coalition for Economic Survival Executive Director Larry Gross, together with American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees Local 3634 Administrative Assistant June Singleton-Reece, appeared on KNBC Channel 4 News on May 1, 2014, regarding a story on how the affordable housing crisis has pushed middle class, working families and the poor out of the City of Los Angeles. And, how people now find themselves spending hours on the freeways commuting from their homes to their jobs. June lives in Ontario, 68 miles from her job in LA's Koreatown. She's spends 3 hours driving to work, thus reducing her quality of life and adding to the areas air pollution problem. CES says the the solution lies in the creation on more jobs and aggressive action by government to produce new affordable housing while preserving existing affordable housing by restricting condo conversions and demolitions of rent controlled affordable units.

 

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