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Featured Headline: Our friends at Curbed got a major scoop on why the Regional Connector environmental documents approval was delayed by the Metro board finding a comment letter by a group of major players in Downtown Los Angeles complaining about the construction impacts.  Kudos on the great reporting, and the story itself is a must read if you care about the Regional Connector or if you want to read the aforementioned comment letter.
    • The Source Reviews the Metro Board Meeting (Once, Twice, Three Times)
    • But the Headline from the Event is the Move to Lock the Gates (LAT, Daily News)
    • Let's Be Clear.  Film Crews Cannot Park in a Bike Lane (KPCC)
    • New Parks Are Great, But Make Sure They Work With Local Water System (Creek Freak)
    • Now the Freakin' Parking Lot is Holding Up the Team Sale (LAT, Daily News)
    • City of Lights Starts Youth Program in East L.A. (LACBC Blog)
    • Gold Line Extension Strikes Deal with Morovia...Line Clears Final Hurdle (Patch)
    • States Looking to Institute Road Tax For Electric Vehicles (Press Democrat)
    • City Ethics Commission Approves Shorter Fundraising Times for City Candidates (LAT)
    • Panel Agrees to Redistricting Map for City Council (Daily News, LAT)
    • Nevada Issues Regulations For Driverless Cars. What Will Their Effect Be on Sprawl? (Bloomberg)
    • In Copenhagen, At Least Police Announce When They Target Cyclists to Meet Quotas (Copenhagenize)

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