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In response to the collapse of the Champlain Towers South condominium tower in Surfside, Florida, which killed 98 people, Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Koretz introduced a motion on July 30 seeking to ensure the safety and structural integrity of high-rise buildings in Los Angeles.
The motion instructs the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety, Bureau of Engineering and Los Angeles Fire Department to prepare a report on existing inspection protocols for high-rise buildings, best practices for their inspection and steps that can be taken to prevent building collapses. It also instructs the departments to prepare a map that identifies all high-rise buildings and the dates of their most recent structural inspections or reviews, with particular focus on Downtown L.A., the Wilshire corridor and Century City. The motion next heads to the council’s Planning and Land Use Management Committee for consideration.
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