This uncodified ordinace created a one year moratorium on permits for new fast-food restaurants in South Los Angeles. According to Growing Food Connections, this areas of Los Angeles is "a low-income and minority area of the city with high rates of obesity and health related issues." See http://growingfoodconnections.org/gfc-policy/healthy-food-retailer-incentives-program-ordinance-no-193-13/.
"address the over-concentration of uses in the community which are detrimental to the health and welfare of the people" - page 1
"air pollution" - page 1
"strengthen the economic base and expand market opportunities for existing and new businesses" - page 1
Findings include information on the adverse impacts of fast food establishments throughout South Los Angeles that affect the built environment, natural environment, and quality of life. - page 2
Section 5 outlines permit issuance and review process.
Uncodified Ordinance No. 180103 CF No. 07-1658.