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    • Drought for Southwest Could Be First Disaster of Climate Change (NYT)
    • Villaraigosa Picks Outsider to Be General Manager...of DWP (LAT)
    • Police Commission: Red Light Cameras Save Lives (Daily News)
    • Brown Wants to Pass Budget in 60 Days (LAT)
    • Bike Plan Goes to Planning Commission Tomorrow (LADOT Bike Blog, LACBC)
    • Mayor Najarian: Distracted Driving at Epidemic Level in Glendale (LA_Now)
    • "Oscar Tribute" to Transit Lines No Longer With Us (Metro Rider)
    • There’s a Lot of Parking in the United States and It’s Terrible for the Environment (Planetizen via Sblog NY)
    • The Journal Offers Some Decent Cycling Advice, Hidden Behind Waves of Stereotypes

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