Top 10 Fat Cats Trying to Kill Measure S

And they're ALL Billionaires!


  1. Sonny Kahn and partners, Miami skyscraper billionaires: 

    Donated $2.6 Million Against Yes on Measure S

  2. Frank McCourt, Bev Hills billionaire developer, ex-Dodgers owner: 

    Donated $150,000 Against Yes on Measure S

  3. Frank Lowy and Family, Australian mall mega-billionaires: 

    Donated $100,000 Against Yes on Measure S

  4. JMB Realty, co-founder is Neil Bluhm, Chicago skyscraper billionaire:

    Donated $95,000 Against Yes on Measure S

  5. Victor Coleman, billion-dollar level portfolio of offices across Silicon Valley: 

    Donated $50,000 Against Yes on Measure S

  6. Lowe billionaires, luxury resort developers globally: 

    Donated $40,000 Against Yes on Measure S

  7. John B. Kilroy Jr., Billionaire heir, land speculator and skyscraper developer: 

    Donated $25,000 Against Yes on Measure S

  8. Phil Anschutz, AEG mega-billionaire:

    Donated $25,000 Against Yes on Measure S

  9. Clyde Holland, Vancouver billionaire, skyscraper mogul:

    Donated $25,000 Against Yes on Measure S

  10. Rick Campo and Keith Oden, developers control $1.1 billion Camden Property Trust: 

    Donated $25,000 Against Yes on Measure S


These Billionaires Can't Get Rich Enough. They Play Globally, and Thrive in LA's Broken System. They Need to Stop Measure S, Because:

"Can't Get Enough" Kahn and Partners -- Having littered the Florida waterfront with skyscrapers, Kahn and his partners want two skyscrapers, in Century City and Hollywood, with no known affordable units, including one 30-story skyscraper that is flatly banned by local zoning.

"Beloved" Frank McCourt -- Has never dropped his plans to fill up the big Dodger Stadium parking lots with a luxury mini-city. The mini-city is flatly banned by the Community Plan.

"Traffic Jam King" Frank Lowy -- Worth $68 billion in globally held malls, the Lowy family wants a 15,000 seat Stadium "arena" in quiet Woodland Hills, almost as big as The Forum. A stadium is flatly banned by local zoning.

"The Luxury" Lowes -- The Lowes resort hotel billionaires, recently got City Council approval to ignore L.A.'s zoning rules, after speculating on a piece of heavily restricted, rare land in densely crowded working-class Palms zoned for Open Space. The Lowes now plan to build a luxury hotel and offices thanks to City Hall.

"The Heir" John B. Kilroy Jr. -- Billionaire heir wants to build The Academy, a sprawling $300 million complex with a 23-story residential high rise along gridlocked Vine and De Longpre.

"Silicon Slick" Victor Coleman -- Said to be speculating on land in LA, because zoning is "for sale" at City Hall. Wants luxury towers. 

"Trump Twin" Clyde Holland -- Donald Trump's campaign backer, who held a fundraiser for Trump and gave $94,600 to the Trump Victory Fund, is gearing up to seek favors from City Hall.

"Oil Baron" Phil Anschutz -- Worth $12.4 billion, unknown what zoning favors he wants from City Hall.


(Individuals and their companies giving to "Coalition to Protect L.A. Neighborhoods and Jobs," as of 2/6/2017, according to LA City Ethics Commission website)

Top News

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

Billionaires Leading Spending to Stop Needed Change and Measure S

Several billionaire developers are leading the newly revealed two to one spending against Yes on Measure S, pouring in more than $10 million in campaign contributions, according to city Ethics Commission reports. They are pulling no punches to stop a citywide people's movement that seeks a much-needed fix of LA's broken and rigged planning system.

Special Report: Yes on S Uncovers Pay to Play In LA City Government

Yes on Measure S released today a special report of official city information that reveals how L.A. City Hall works behind closed doors, on behalf of developers and usually without the knowledge of the public, to get around the city's zoning rules. Most developers donate to L.A. elected leaders throughout the backroom process.

Beacon Economics Paid By Billionaires to Kill Measure S

Opponents of Measure S often cite a study by Beacon Economics to prove one thing or another. What they don't tell the public is that Beacon is a paid campaign consultant for the billionaire developers who are funding the campaign to kill reform of L.A.’s rigged planning system.

Measure S Battlemap

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

Check It Out