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    Promenade 2035 Project Has Community Support
    August 11
    Letter to the Editor by Stuart Waldman
    The Promenade 2035 project is consistent with the Warner Center 2035 Specific Plan, which received widespread community support and was adopted by the Los Angeles City Council in 2013 - a fact the author fails to acknowledge.
    Businesses need to feel their contributions to the local economy are welcome - not fear that their investments in the community will lead to unfair characterizations.
    How Valley Can Get Soccer League
    August 19
    Op-Ed by Stuart Waldman
    There are a lot of policies that our elected leaders can do to attract major sports teams, and they have done so over the last few years. One of the biggest assists that the Legislature has provided is an expedited environmental review process when new facilities and venues are being built. And that's good - while we all know that California's environmental laws are well-intentioned, they can be hijacked by a small number of vocal neighbors who abuse the law to bring years of needless litigation in an attempt to delay a project they don't like.
    Tariffs, Homeless Top Issues at VICA Congressional Luncheon
    August 23
    Four members of Congress spoke at the Valley Industry & Commerce Association's Congressional Luncheon on Friday.
    Held at the Garland at 4222 Vineland Ave. in North Hollywood, the event brought together more than 200 business leaders to hear from Valley representatives in Washington.
    Participants included Katie Hill, the new representative for Simi Valley, Santa Clarita and the Antelope Valley; Tony Cardenas, who represents the central section of the San Fernando Valley; Brad Sherman, whose district covers the southern and western portions of the Valley; and Jimmy Gomez, who represents parts of Glendale as well as downtown Los Angeles.
    Brad Sherman: Democratic Race Could Come Down to Biden, Warren
    August 23
    Presidential politics topped the menu when four San Fernando Valley-area members of Congress addressed business leaders at a Valley Industry & Commerce Association luncheon Friday.
    Reps. Brad Sherman, Katie Hill, Tony Cárdenas and Jimmy Gomez - all Democrats - spoke about a range of issues in separate conversations with moderators, including homelessness, health care, gun violence, trade policy, cryptocurrency, nuclear arms control and earthquake preparation.
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    11 Los Angeles Daily News Promenade 2035 Project Has Community Support
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    23 Los Angeles Daily News Brad Sherman: Democratic Race Could Come Down to Biden, Warren
    27 Railway Age WSP Names New Leadership Team
    30 Patch Keep Bars Open Later in California: Debate Over 'Last Call Bill'
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