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8:07 AM PDT on October 19, 2011

Featured Headline: Last week in Today's Headlines, we discussed the Sherman Oaks  Neighborhood Council's "pothole lottery" where the N.C. would pay for one lucky street to have its potholes filled.  While its nice to see an NC take matters into their own hands, and City Councilman Paul Koretz was on hand to celebrate the improved street, another Neighborhood Council Member is wondering if we're sending the wrong message.  Is this an NC taking their destiny in their own hands, or is it letting the city off the hook?

    • Speak Up, It Pays!  Neighborhoods Win Victories at City Hall (City Watch)
    • Los Angeles, Long Beach and Our Great Leap Forward (AIA LA)
    • Orange Line Bridges Can Handle Light Rail, But Let's Not Get Ahead of Ourselves (The Source)
    • More on the LA County Bike Plan (The Source, LAist)
    • Surprised?  Gamblin' Train to Vegas on Track, CAHSR Continues to Flounder (Curbed)
    • Long Beach Drops $4 Billion on Port Expansion (Fox Business)
    • New CA Law Increases Age Requirement for Booster Car Seats (Press Democrat)
    • “Amnesty Still Pricey” For California Driving Ticket Scofflaws (CBS 5)
    • What's With All the State Law Makers Running for City Council? (Daily News)
More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

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