News for Measure S

Monday, March 13, 2017
In the aftermath of Measure S, it seems everyone is offering their post mortem observations about this giant struggle over land-use and development in Los Angeles. I’d like to add my “two cents”.First, the voters made the right choice in sinking Measure S. We can breathe a sigh of relief that a blanket moratorium did not go into effect that would have vaporized thousands of construction jobs and more
Categories: Blog, Community, Jobs, City of Los Angeles, Economic Development, Measure S
Friday, March 03, 2017
On Tuesday, March 7th, voters throughout L.A. County will be asked to vote on a series of important Ballot measures. With much at stake for the L.A. business community, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce encourages all of our members to make sure to get out and vote! Not sure if you already registered to vote? No problem! If you reside in the Los Angeles County, check your status at the Los Angeles more
Categories: Chamber, City of Los Angeles, Election, Hollywood, Measure H, Measure S
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Voters head to the polls on March 7th to cast votes on what may be the most critical election in a generation on the future course of Los Angeles. Measure S, previously referred to as the “Neighborhood Integrity Initiative”, would immediately clamp down on development, with a moratorium of at least two years on projects that require plan amendments, zone changes, or adjustment to height more
Categories: Chamber, Community, Government, Measure S, City of Los Angeles, Economic Development, Hollywood
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
With only two weeks to go until the election, there has been a lot of “ink” written on the topic of Measure S.  You’ve heard the statistics about how this measure is going to cost our economy $1.9-billion and 12,000 jobs for each year it is in place.  You’ve heard about its devastating impact on affordable housing, especially in light of the passage of Measure HHH to build permanent supportive more
Categories: City of Los Angeles, Economic Development, Measure S
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Largest local Democratic Party organization in the U.S. moves to oppose misleading and dangerous housing banLOS ANGELES -- Last night the Los Angeles County Democratic Party, which represents over 2.4 million registered Democrats and is the largest Democratic Party entity in the United States, endorsed the campaign to stop Measure S."Democrats believe that Los Angeles should be a welcoming place, more
Categories: Measure S, Vote, Government, Community, Economic Development, Government, Measure S, Vote