Ed Boks has posted an excellent analysis and plan for reducing killing in LA by providing targeted services in the areas most likely to produce animals that are killed in the shelter.
This is not a typical Winograd no-kill plan, but one that focuses on addressing problems in the worst areas.
I like it. This is the kind of information that I had requested from Boks from day one, stating we needed to know where the problems areas are and the resources, both City and private, that can be used to address those problems. Why Ed waited for a year past his exit to draft what is essentially, a highly reduced kill plan, I don't know. Had he done this analysis and aranged for the programs four years ago, he might still be GM today and total killing might be below 10-12,000.
But he didn't.