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CURRENT GRANTS (Page of 4)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
University of Redlands 2002 Policies for Combating Sprawl in the Inland Empire Randall Bluffstone $10000
Claremont Graduate University 2002 Why has Local-Level Democracy Failed to Flourish in the Small Cities of Southern California? A Case Study of Claremont. Dean McHenry $10000
University of Southern California 2001 For a one year extension to a prior grant, "Documenting Neighborhood Democracy in Los Angeles: Model Approaches to Effective Citizen Participation" Terry Cooper, Juliet Musso $98078
Claremont Graduate University 2001 Infill Development: Solution to Sprawl or Affordable Housing? Can We Do Both? Annette Steinacker $10000
Pomona College 2000 A Community Based Research Center Richard Worthington $10000
California Polytechnic University, Pomona 2000 A Comparative Assessment of the City of Pomona, California's Downtown Revitalization Strategy Michael Reibel $42017
University of Southern California 2000 Towards a Comparative Perspective on the Politics of Sprawl in Greater Los Angeles Jeffrey Sellers $10000
University of Southern California 1999 Toward Urban Participatory Democracy: A Study of Best Practices for Neighborhood Organization in Los Angeles Juliet Musso & Terry Cooper $226656
California State University, Fullerton 1999 Whose City Hall? Charter Reform in Los Angeles Raphael Sonenshein $83031
Claremont Graduate University 1998 Secessionst Movement in Los Angeles Dean E. McHenry $8000
 
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