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Finding Public Spaces on Private Beaches

Meredith Drake Reitan, in Planning Los Angeles, David C. Sloane, ed. (Planners Press, 2012), 105.

Sloane catalogues "as many vital planning issues in Los Angeles as possible, while coming together around one major point: namely, that even the allegedly most sprawltastic city in America - the city that has become synonymous in the public imagination with smog, highways, disasters (both natural and man-made), and growth run wild - is planned, with the history, legislation, and culture to prove it."


Related Field Sites: Malibu Public Beaches

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Southeast L.A. occupies 1% of L.A. County by acreage, but its inhabitants breathe 18% of the toxic air emissions.