What is Measure S?

In 100 seconds, learn the hard facts about why Measure S is the most important issue you will vote on in LA this decade - and why you must vote Yes for Measure S. City Hall's system of planning LA's future is rigged and broken. Let's fix it together. Vote Yes on S on March 7

Support Measure S
On the March 7, 2017
Los Angeles city ballot.

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Support the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative for a livable Los Angeles. Read Measure S News and Updates. Vote Yes on S on March 7, 2017

Will LA City Hall Retreat On Miracle Mile Historic Preservation Overlay Zone?

LA City Council member David Ryu appears to be waffling on creating a Miracle Mile Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (MMHPOZ) that protects historic buildings and rent-stabilized units from demolition. Developers will be only too happy if Ryu backs off the important measure that was supported by his predecessor, Council member Tom LaBonge.

LA Tenants Union Endorses Yes on S

The LA Tenants Union, a highly respected, citywide tenants rights group, has endorsed Measure S, noting that members "recognize that the majority of Angelenos are renters yet the city is openly hostile to them."

Eric Garcetti Agrees With Yes on Measure S Reforms

In a letter to AIDS Healthcare Foundation president Michael Weinstein, Mayor Eric Garcetti repeatedly agreed with key reforms proposed by Measure S and Coalition to Preserve LA.

Measure S Battlemap

This battlemap shows where ordinary people are fighting the destruction of neighborhood character and the displacement of longtime residents.

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