6.11.13- 6.13.13

From LA Business Journal:

GenCorp Acquisition of Rocketdyne Clears Anti-Trust Review

“The Federal Trade Commission on Monday said that it has closed its investigation into the planned acquisition of Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne by GenCorp”



From 89.3 KPCC:

#DearMayor: Mayor elect Garcetti shares his priorities for the city

“During the transition, Garcetti says he’s been out meeting with Angelenos.  The answers to the city’s problems, he believes, won’t come from experts at City Hall, but from people who live and work in the city.  “They have the answers,” he says.”



From Governing:

California Achieves Cleaner Air Despite Having More Cars

“Despite a threefold increase in people and cars in the last 50 years, California’s strict vehicle emissions standards have managed to significantly clear the state’s air, according to new research.”



From LA Daily News:

Los Angeles to update city’s zoning code

“As one of his final efforts to streamline the development process in the city before leaving office, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced Wednesday the start of a five-year effort to rewrite the city’s 67-year-old zoning code.”


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