Traci Park In Studio With Clara Harter For Inside The Daily Press Podcast

March 7, 2022

In this episode reporter Clara Harter interviews Traci Park, a public attorney and Venice resident who is running to represent a significant portion of the Westside on LA City Council. She was driven to the ballot by her disappointment in Mike Bonin’s response to the growing homelessness crisis in Venice and the associated problems with crime and pollution. Park is advocating for what she calls a common sense approach to public safety and homelessness that focuses on targeted and expedient interventions.

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