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Letters: Fix L.A.'s concrete buildings -- now

October 17, 2013

Re "A concrete risk," Oct. 13

In light of perhaps the most important Times story to appear in many years, it behooves the policymakers in Los Angeles City Hall, the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration, the Building Owners and Managers Assn. of Greater Los Angeles and the business establishment to figure out a reasonable and equitable way to finance the massive job of retrofitting the more than 1,000 old concrete buildings at risk of collapsing during the next big earthquake — ASAP.

After all, aren't decisions like this the reason these folks get paid the big bucks?

Howard P. Cohen

North Hills


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