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The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Tuesday – The Community Health Councils hosts an afternoon conference on the lack of open space in South L.A. featuring…the residents of South L.A.!  You can get the very basic details of the event at our calendar page, but the CHC has a much better description on their website. Tuesday – The debate over the […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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It’s something of a light week from a “there’s a really important meeting we have to go to change the world” point of view, but there are some fun things to do this weekend…after you write and submit your comments on the Hyperion Bridge redesign. Tuesday – CD13 (O’Farrell) host s a community meeting on […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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A crucial public meeting for MyFigueroa!, the Buscaino/Englander “Road Bond Road Show” hits the ports, and a packed City Council meeting precedes a very bikey weekend…it’s the Week in Livable Streets. Monday – If you happen to live near enough the Port of Los Angeles to have easy access to its conference room, you might want to […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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CicLAvia is behind us, but there’s a full list of important hearings that cover everything from ExpressLanes to green taxis. When it’s all over, there’s a fun bike event for kids at the Foshay Learning Center. Monday – Metro is looking to extend its two variable toll lanes from pilot program to permanent program, and needs […]

My Figueroa Project Update Featuring Charlie Gandy

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We’re excited to announce that the one and only Charlie Gandy will be speaking at our April 9 community meeting! As the president of Livable Communities, Inc. in Long Beach, Charlie is a globally renowned expert on building vibrant, healthy neighborhoods through great urban design with an emphasis on walking and biking. You can see his great work […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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There are times when I’m writing this column that I just KNOW that the moment I hit publish that there’s going to be a group of good events coming in the inbox.  Nevertheless, the five events I do have for this week’s calendar are pretty diverse. Monday – Thursday – Subway to the Sea, errr, […]