Voter’s Guide – The Measures

Many of you have asked how I plan on voting in the upcoming citywide election on March 7th and while I am happy to share this information with you, I didn’t want to do so without explaining how I arrived at my decisions. Please note, that my choices may be different than yours, they may be imperfect, but please understand that I have based my conclusions on asking myself one simple question, what would love …

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Having A Heart For The Homeless

My heart is broken every day by the plight of the homeless in our city and that’s why we have made finding a loving solution to this terrible epidemic the primary focus of our platform. In LA County we have close to 50,000 homeless. In the City of Los Angeles, there are over 28,000 homeless, with over 10,000 living in Downtown LA. Of that total, over 6,000 are veterans. We have come to see homelessness …

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Building More Homes By Building With Love

Cities are eco systems; one problem creates another just as one solution creates another. We can’t address a permanent solution to homelessness without also doing something to stem the skyrocketing cost of living and the housing shortage in Los Angeles that puts many Angelenos in jeopardy of losing their homes. UCLA recently released an alarming study that found that many L.A. County residents are fearful of potentially losing their homes and becoming homeless, because they can’t …

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Loving Ways To Reduce Traffic

L.A. officially has the worst traffic in the country, with drivers spending an average of 81 hours a year sitting in their cars stalled on our freeways and roads. The only way that we can reduce this is by improving efficiencies and figuring out how to remove drivers from the road. I want L.A. to be one of the first cities in the US to push towards embracing and adopting automated car technology and modifying …

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Putting Love Back In To Film

For most people, the words Los Angeles and Hollywood are synonymous with entertainment. In fact we are known as the Entertainment Capital of the world. But the reality is L.A. has been increasingly losing motion picture and television productions to other states and countries since 2002. Not so long ago over 80% of TV series were filmed here in Los Angeles, these days it’s down to less than 40%. Why is this? Simply put we …

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