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CURRENT GRANTS (Page of 5)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
The Pat Brown Institute - California State University, Los Angeles 2009 "Los Angeles: State of the City Report for 2010 and Beyond" Jaime Regalado $45000
The Huntington Library 2009 The Origins of LA County Government as a Force in Urban Development, 1850-1950 Tom Sitton $53900
The City Project 2008 "Analyzing Green Access, Health, and Equity in Greater Los Angeles" Robert Garcia $90000
Los Angeles City Historical Society 2008 "The Completion and Consolidation of the Chronological Record of Los Angeles City Officials, 1850-1965, into the 21st Century" Hynda L. Rudd $18800
Los Angeles City Historical Society 2007 "The Completion and Consolidation of the Chronological Record of Los Angeles City Officials, 1850-1965, into the 21st Century" Hynda Rudd $27650
University of California, Los Angeles 2007 Planning for Higher Density: The Case of Graduated Density Zoning Vinit Mukhija $12000
University of Southern California 2006 Support for the research for a book on the emergence of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Council System as seen through the stories of those who created it. Terry L. Cooper $19216
University of Southern California 2006 To support a research project, "Back Alley LA: Transforming Nuisance Alleys Into Green Infrastructure for Los Angeles" Jennifer Wolch $224833
Center for Law in the Public Interest => The City Project 2006 Suppport for the production and publication of maps in conjunction with a project, "Healthy Parks, Schools and Communities: Mapping Green Access and Equity for the Los Angeles Region" Robert Garcia $50000
The Los Angeles City Historical Society 2005 Underneath the City of Los Angeles: A History of the Los Angeles City Sewer System, 1850-2005 Anna Sklar $25743
 
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