Yes on Measure S Goes Global
Today, the UK's Daily News, the Washington Post and numerous other news outlets published an Associated Press story that included our battle to stop backroom political deals, gridlock traffic and the displacement of lower-income residents. Our fight has now gone global.
In an article titled "Rancor over development, crime shadow LA mayor's race," the Associated Press gives prominent space to our citizen-driven movement.
The story notes: "Questions about development and density -- and what the city of nearly 4 million should become in decades to come -- are coloring campaigns across city government this year" with Measure S.
It continues, "Anastasia Mann, who heads the Hollywood Hills West Neighborhood Council and supports the restrictions on development, says Garcetti's policies threaten to reshape LA into a vast, vertical metropolis, a "Manhattan west."
"Mann and others backing (Measure S) say the city too often bends to politically connected developers whose large projects with high rents drive out lower-income residents, contributing to homelessness, while increasing congestion and traffic."
Ordinary people around the world are looking to us for leadership to fight back greedy developers and their politician pals.
Join us in our fight. Vote Yes on S on March 7.