The centerpiece of his speech was a plan to create green jobs that boost the local economy and promote high environmental standards.
He discussed development of a 5-mile Clean Tech Corridor in downtown Los Angeles, a plan that his office says could create thousands of new jobs.
His speech comes at a time when the city faces a half-billion-dollar budget deficit.
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