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Image via Streets 4 People. For more on the March 4 opening of a pedestrian plaza in Silver Lake, check out the Curbed article below.
    • Mark Your Calendar: New Pedestrian Plaza Opens in Silver Lake on March 4 (Curbed)
    • "Many" DUI's Later, Woman Finally Hits Three Cyclists (OC Register)
    • California Alliance for Jobs Launches Pro-High Speed Rail Radio Campaign (Press Release)
    • Reclaimed Bus Yard Now Wetland in South LA (LAT)
    • River Redevelopment Plan Approved (Daily News)
    • Metro Starts Putting Board Packets Online (
    • Outrage Over Supes' Plan to Fine People 1K for Frisbee, Football at Beach (LB Post)
    • Supes: New Law Better Than Old Law, 1K Fines Not Real (ZevWeb)
    • Review of Regional Connector Meeting in Little Tokyo (The Source)

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