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Partnership for Working Families | April 14, 2014

Did you miss hearing about the Don't Waste LA win on Friday's Union Edge radio show? Check out the podcast for more from Jackie Cornejo, Director of the Don’t Waste LA campaign, and Hays Witt, the Partners

Partnership for Working Families | April 10, 2014

Jackie Cornejo, Director of the Don’t Waste LA campaign, and Hays Witt, the Partnership’s Transforming Trash Campaign Director, will be on the Union Edge radio show tomorrow discussing the good jobs and zero waste implications of Don’t Waste LA’s recent win at City Hall. You can listen live on Friday, April 11, at 2:45 Eastern, and we will have a link to the show on our website afterwards.

Partnership for Working Families | April 2, 2014

“This is one of the most ambitious programs of its kind in the world and will provide clean air, good jobs and recycling for all.” –Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, LA Daily News

By a 12-1 vote of City Council, the City of Los Angeles just passed the new Zero Waste LA policy championed by LAANE and the Don't Waste LA Coalition!

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Partnership for Working Families | April 11, 2014

Towering new high rise planned for University Circle, WKYC-TV
4755 Fauntleroy alley vacation returns to council Transportation Committee tomorrow, West Seattle Blog
Timeline calls for Chattanooga's Harriet Tubman site demolition this summer, Times Free Press

Partnership for Working Families | April 4, 2014

GUEST COMMENTARY: A closer look at airport privatization agreement
I had to force myself to read the recently-signed Airport Development Agreement. All it takes is tiny type and legalistic language, and most of us will stop reading. It was passed by the Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority with only four votes, little discussion and no public review.

Partnership for Working Families | March 21, 2014

Who benefits from the Secret Safeway's community benefits agreement? Greater Greater Washington
Agreement would be a win-win for developer, locals, Grass Valley Union
Arena’s Meditation Room Raises Its Own Existential Questions, NY TImes

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