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Featured Headline: In a sign that Long Beach's parking program is inspiring others throughout Southern California; the Daily News, the conservative newspaper that mostly covers issues in The Valley, has an editorial praising the city's initiative.  With just a couple of paragraphs warning of the challenges of removing car parking, the News spends most of the time wistfully describing a program designed to keep people outside in the beautiful Southern California weather.
    • City Won't Take Over CRA Projects (LAT, Curbed)
    • California Republicans Still Trying to Kill California High Speed Rail (KHTS)
    • Curbed Corrects Me on Yucca...Bollards Block Through Traffic from Accessing Street
    • Regional Connector Environmental Documents Coming Next Week (The Source)
    • Blog Downtown Looks at the Three Options for a City Hall Park
    • Transit Stations Make Communities Safer, Not the Other Way Around (Atlantic Cities)
    • Daily News: Supes Cutting Public Comment Time Bad for Democracy
    • Boyle Heights’ Evergreen Jogging Path: Where You Meet Vendors, Headstones and Carnitas (Mis Neighbors)

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