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A Closer Look (Urban Sprawl) #196005

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 16, 2001
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The "brawl about sprawl" in California featured; scenes shown. [Commuter Tyler SPRING - describes the long commute during his work day.] ["Los Angeles Times" columnist Pat MORRISON - says money no longer comes back to the city.]

(Los Angeles: Judy Muller) Urban "sprawl to the wall" in Los Angeles featured; crowd and aerial scenes shown. ["Sprawl to the Wall" co-authors Michael DEAR, Bill FULTON - say we cannot go on growing with more suburban expansion.] [Aliso Viejo resident Linda BELL - comments on a new community.] [Pepperdine University Joel KOTKIN - says disaster predictions in southern California have been going on for 50 years.]

Jennings, Peter;
Muller, Judy

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