Today's Daily News has an interesting report
about an analysis released by the Economic Alliance of the San Fernando Valley that shows "with strong leadership" the Northeast San Fernando Valley - blighted by every stretch of the imagination and the one part of the city most ignored by City Hall - could be an industrial powerhouse providing jobs and significant economic development to the region. With available land unlike anywhere in the city, a close location to transportation corridors and a strong supply of workers, multiple opportunities exist.
With strong city leadership, the northeast San Fernando Valley could be turned into an industrial powerhouse that would generate good-paying jobs and help revitalize the region...
The question is will the fervently pro-union and anti-business elected officials in the area recognize the opportunity?