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8:38 AM PDT on May 12, 2011

Thanks for the video, University Park Family

  • Metro to BHUSD: We'd Love to Give You Documents.  Can You Wait Until We Finish Them? (The Source)
  • Fundraiser to Save BH Teachers Falls $400,000 Short.  Some Legal/PR Money Shifted Back to Save Jobs (LAT)
  • "IT'S a complete reversal of Joni Mitchell's line: They're unpaving the parking lot to create paradise." (Star-News)
  • State Senate President Threatens Local Levies to Close Budget Hole (LAT)
  • Expo Builders Listen to Community at Design Kickoff (Lookout!)
  • Darrell Clarke Has Some Great Images from the Evening (Friends 4 Expo)
  • State Analyst: Let's Start HSR In Bay Area or L.A. (Fresno Bee via Engineering News Record)
  • Torrance Wins $18.1 Million Grant for Transit Center (Daily Breeze)
  • What a Difference a Year Makes: PCH Safety Commish Talks Bike Safety (Patch, Biking in L.A.)
  • Why Is America So Vulnerable to Gas Price Shock?  Our Scandalously Low Gas Tax (Yglessias)
  • Five Days of "Falling" Gas Prices Saves a Penny Per Gallon (Daily News)
  • More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

    Today in Bike Month, via the Bike Month Mega Page, are a couple of events in (of course) Long Beach.

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