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8:25 AM PST on November 29, 2011

Featured Headline: Madeline Janis, a member of the Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Association, wrote for the Frying Pan a piece explaining her decision-making when it comes to what projects the CRA should and shouldn't support.  With the CRA back in the news after a scathing report from Comptroller Wendy Greuel's office, it's worth checking out how the Agency does and doesn't make decisions.
    • More Scary Driving in Mandeville Canyon, But Dr. Thompson Will Remain Behind Bars (Biking In LA)
    • L.A. Weekly and New York Times Both Have Dim View of CAHSR's Chances
    • But the Gamblin' Train to Vegas Keeps Rolling on.  YeeHaw! (KCET, SLTrib)
    • LAPD on Occupy: Tiiiiiime, Is on My Side (LAT, Daily News)
    • Santa Monica Bike Plan Would Have City Rival Long Beach (Curbed, Daily Press)
    • More People Leaving California Than Moving In (LAT)
    • 18 Straight Days of Lower Gas Prices (Daily News)
    • Camino: How to Live Carfree in L.A. (The Source)
    • Porter Ranch Makes National News As Place for Crazy People (Daily News)
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