Do you like to travel and explore different cities? I certainly do. While I travel mostly for pleasure (rather than for work), the planner in me cannot help but observe, study, and evaluate the places I visit. While much of this observing, studying, and evaluating take place on foot at the street level, I also […]
Links to News & Ops
- Metro receives 26 percent of statewide SB-1 gas tax funding - Metro SourceMay 21, 2018 7:45 am
- Should you move to LA? - CurbedMay 21, 2018 7:40 am
- Here are the winners of L.A. County's accessory dwelling unit competition - archpaper.comMay 20, 2018 12:53 pm
- Metro staff recommend three northern route options for further study for Artesia to DTLA rail project - The SourceMay 12, 2018 10:28 am
News & Viewsfrom UrbDeZine Panelists.
It has been over two months since I became a regular bus rider. As I shared in my previous article, my office recently moved from Koreatown (where I was able to reach with ease riding the subway) to Alhambra (which is not served by Metro rail at all). Thus my morning commute now consists of […]
I have been learning a lot lately. No, I have not returned to school or taken a few courses through Planetizen. Instead, I have simply been playing with my five-year old daughter and gaining a few insights along the way. Some of her favorite toys these days are Blockitecture sets which consist of colorful wooden […]
1. I wear a blue County jacket and dark pants, denim or Dickies, when I’m out doing zoning enforcement inspections. This isn’t a regulation uniform. I don’t have to wear it. I’m an urban planner, not a cop.