LA building moratorium measure would cost region billions, according to study

LA building moratorium measure would cost region billions, according to study


Los Angeles voters will decide this spring whether to place a temporary halt to some building construction to reform what backers say is a broken land-use system that favors developers over the needs of neighbors.

But if Measure S should pass, according to a study released Thursday, it would not only put a $2 billion dent in the Los Angeles economy, put 24,000 people out of work and cut $70 million from city coffers – enough to hire 1,000 firefighters or cops.

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