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all involved. Zoning Issues are huge here in L.A., and we all think of a solution from dif- ferent sides of the problem, and usually try to solve it the same way. Use your strengths. You know, I guess I’m uncomfortable if I fi t in a crowd. I was the cowboy hat in a city school in Louisville. At fi rst, I was Cowboy Bob, and later my classmates wanted to learn to ride bulls, too. Funny how life gives you things that turn into your greatest strengths.


HT: Do you have any favorite victories


for horse owners along your path as their advocate? DG: All the victories feel good. The DWP, (L.A. department of Water and Power, Reclaimed Division) and I worked for years to get reclaimed water for our ranches to use for dust mitigation. It was amazing to know I got that. Many folks come to me the LAEAC with


zoning issues. Someone moves into an open equestrian neighborhood, stays awhile and then wants the horses gone because of


dust. This happens over and over again. I am currently working with City on Re:Code LA a project to making zoning issues easier to understand and easier to apply evenly to areas.


HT: What are the urgent items to address


in northern Los Angeles? DG: Infrastructure, homelessness, zoning,


“I guess I’m uncomfortable if I fi t in a crowd. I was the cowboy hat in a city school in Louisville. At fi rst, I was Cowboy Bob, and later my classmates wanted to learn to ride bulls, too. Funny how life gives you things that turn into your greatest strengths.”


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