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    • LADOT Planning to Get Rid of Benefits, Slash Salaries, of Traffic Cops (City Watch)
    • L.A. Weekly Blogs About BH Courier Article on Subway After It Was Debunked....
    • ...Of Course It Doesn't Mention Debunking.
    • Meanwhile School Trying to Raise $1 Million to Head Off Layoffs (LAT)
    • Villaraigosa Going After Reserve Neighborhood Council Funds (Daily News)
    • Fees for Valley Community Gardens Going Up (Daily News)
    • San Francisco to Los Angeles on Public Transit: 30 Hours, 14 Transfers, & Only $45.25 (Cal Streets Blog)
    • NY's Gridlock Sam, On Board for 30/10 (Engineering News Record)
    • New Traffic Signal in Venice to Help Calm Traffic (Yo Venice)
    • Santa Monica Residents Debate What They Want At End of Expo: Open Space or Gardens (Daily Press)
    • Yes, There Was More Security on Metro Yesterday (The Source)

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