Los Angeles officials promised Monday to take new steps to protect the city’s interests in pending agreements for a new downtown NFL stadium now that the company looking to develop the project has been put up for sale.
The former California governor kicked off the first symposium for USC’s new think tank with a panel discussion featuring power players from Washington. About 750 people attended the Tutor Campus Center Ballroom event, while a couple hundred had to be turned away due to limited seating. A seperate panel featuring Hollywood household names like director James Cameron was conducted during the afternoon.
Had enough yet? NFL players, coaches, and fans seem pretty fed up, after a controversial conclusion to Monday night’s game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packer. Touchdown? Interception? “Simultaneous catch?”
A campaign in support of the DTLA streetcar project is ramping up this fall with outreach and community events in an effort to garner votes for a crucial November vote, which will ask Downtown property owners to fund a portion of the the project’s $125-billion budget.