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COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY ANNOUNCES FORUM TO DISCUSS DEVELOPMENT OF DOWNTOWN STRATEGIC PLAN, MAY 14

 COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY ANNOUNCES FORUM TO
 DISCUSS DEVELOPMENT OF DOWNTOWN STRATEGIC PLAN, MAY 14
 The role of parking in the mobility and future development of downtown Los Angeles will be the topic of discussion among transportation experts, downtown merchants, businesspeople, residents and other interested parties in the fourth in a series of public forums on development of the Downtown Strategic Plan. The community-based planning effort of the Downtown Strategic Plan Advisory Committee and the Community Redevelopment Agency is proposed to chart the future development of downtown Los Angeles through the next 20 years. The forum will be held Thursday, May 14, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the center auditorium of the Transamerica building, 1139 S. Hill St. Participants may sign up in advance to speak. Information: Community Redevelopment Agency, 213-977-1709.
 WHEN: Thursday, May 14
 3-5 p.m.
 PLACE: Transamerica, center auditorium,
 1139 S. Hill St.
 Downtown Los Angeles
 SPONSOR: Community Redevelopment Agency, 213-977-1709
 FEE: None
 CONTACT: Marc Littman or Gayle Anderson of CRA, 213-977-1951.
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