Today’s Headlines

Featured Story: This weekend, NBC 4 completed a three-part mini series entitled “But I’m Trying to Pay the Meter” on the trials of a woman ticketed at an electronic parking meter while attempting to pay at the kiosk.  LADOT points out that if you pay a ticket within 60 seconds of getting a ticket, the ticket is default.  NBC reporters claim they had trouble following the directions themselves when it comes to working the kiosk parking.  I have to admit I’ve only used the kiosk’s once, but I found it pretty easy.
  • Boyle Heights Bears the Brunt of L.A.’s Air Pollution (News Desk)
  • An Interview with Mayoral Candidate Austin Beutner on DTLA, Transit, Development (Brigham Yen)
  • 7th Street Bike Lanes Reach Downtown (Eco-Village)
  • Sprawl Stadium in Industry on the Ropes (SGV Tribune)
  • Gold Line Stabbing Victim in Stable Condition (LAT)
  • Apparently, It Really Sucks to Live Near a Major Highway Widening (LAT)
  • Oh, So It Was the Car’s Fault.  Got It. (NBC4)
  • Culver City Will Comply with State GHG Rules (Wave)
  • Through the Years: A Look at the History of Gas Stations (TIME)
  • Tour Bus, MTA, Collide (NBC4)
  • Chris Brown Cleared on Charges of Parking in Handicapped Spots (Curbed)

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