Today’s Headlines

  • Construction of Expo Phase II Moving Faster Than Expected (ZevWeb)
  • DJ Waldie’s Basic Overview of East v West (KCET)
  • What’s Still Table for the 710 Project (The Source)
  • Yup, People Are Still Upset About the Project (Pasadena Star-News)
  • Yup, People Are Still Excited About the South Figueuroa Corridor Project (Neon Tommy)
  • Yup, People Are Still Talking About CEQA Reform (CAHSR Blog)
  • Curbed Doesn’t Like the New Names for SaMo Civic Park
  • Greuel’s Budget Plan and LAPD/LAFD Policies Drawing Ridicule (LAT)
  • And An Endorsement from the L.A. Newspapers (Daily News)
  • It Doesn’t Matter Whether He Was “Evading Paparazzi,” He Was Still Driving Dangerously (Reuters)
  • I Would Bet He Really Appreciates Articles Such as This (Daily News)

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“Streets for People” Unveil First Project: Pocket Park in Silver Lake (Curbed, Eastsider) Long Beach’s Bike Friendly Business District: Making Green and Going Green (LB Biz) Governor Brown Announces CEQA Reforms (CP&DR) L.A. Still Building CRA Projects… (Daily News) …Even as Leg. Says Cities Can Use CRA Funds for Affordable Housing (Sac Bee) San Diego […]

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Featured Headline: Governor Jerry Brown vetoed A.B. 650, legislation by Valley Assemblyman Bob Blumenfield that would have created a Blue Ribbon Commission to study transit and T.O.D. opportunities around the state.  Blumenfield argued the legislation provided a chance for the state to think big on transit and the legislation was embraced by the League of Conservation voters. […]

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Alarcon Aide Who Killed Pedestrian with Car Skates on Felony Charges (Daily News) Flaw at Blue Line Junction Causes Derailment Risk.  Metro Welds. (LAT) OC Confuses Drivers on Toll Rules.  LA Shouldn’t Follow Suit (Daily News) Skelton: Bullet Train Vote a Show of Working Politics (LAT) A Look at How Business and the Economy Can […]