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SBLA will be publishing lightly today due to lack of dedicated readership on Fridays before three-day weekends. See you on the sidewalks!

2 thoughts on Today’s Headlines

  1. Grand Park is literally 3 blocks from the 4th st pershing square exit. I’m sure there will be a learning curve for larger events at Grand Park, but this is really a fabricated issue as far as festival-goers are concerned

  2. Glendora kind of knows what it is doing for a small LA suburb… it has approved and are reviewing a lot of denser residential and mixed-use development near its small downtown and maybe-future Gold Line station. It just needs more offices and commercial buildings for people to work in.

    San Dimas is dumb for denying its downtown residential development. Way to undermine the Gold Line effort…

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