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PUBLIC FORUM TO FOCUS ON DEVELOPMENT OF THE DOWNTOWN STRATEGIC PLAN, APRIL 23

 PUBLIC FORUM TO FOCUS ON DEVELOPMENT
 OF THE DOWNTOWN STRATEGIC PLAN, APRIL 23
 What is life in downtown Los Angeles really like? Using 1990 census reports and new research, USC professors of geography and urbanists Michael Dear and Jennifer Wolch take inventory of downtown's demography, housing resources, social services and the homeless population in a presentation that's the focus of the second 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, April 23, from noon to 2 p.m. in the renovated landmark San Fernando Building, 400 S. Main St. Information: Community Redevelopment Agency, 213-977-1724.
 DATE: Thursday, April 23
 TIME: Noon to 2 p.m.
 PLACE: San Fernando Building
 400 S. Main St.
 SPONSOR: Community Redevelopment Agency, 213-977-1724
 FEE: None
 CONTACT: Marc Littman or Gayle Anderson of the Community Redevelopment Agency, 213-977-1951.
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