Los Angeles needs more parks. Measure A is the smartest way to pay for them we could have asked for
Only half of Los Angeles County residents have a park within walking distance, and less than half of those parks are in good condition. Eighty percent of them experience overcrowding from users. All that stands to change, however, if voters approve Measure A on the ballot in L.A. County on Nov. 8. Measure A promises to increase and fix county parks, and its mechanisms are the best we found after an exhaustive study of similar measures across the country.
Published Work | 2016