The Economic and Workforce Development Department of the City of Los Angeles wants your opinion on its five-year plan to grow the economy. A new survey asks you to rank the city’s goals by importance. For example, are you more concerned about helping disadvantaged Angelenos or improving the city’s infrastructure? The survey also asks what you think are the best ways to achieve economic goals. For example, should the city go all out to bolster communities, empower residents or strengthen businesses and industries? You can take the survey at: sur-vey.typeform.com/to/XB4avT.
Raul Macias, a local hero of youth soccer, is advocating for more soccer and football fields | Photo by Bill Hendrickson
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