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    • Caltrans' Surprising Plan to Turn the Arroyo Seco Into Something More Livable (Curbed)
    • Supes Approve Putting Measure R Extension on Fall Ballot...Senate and Gov. Next (Daily News, CBS2)
    • Most In-Depth Coverage of Supes Vote, Albeit Slanted Coverage from Beverly Hills? (BH Courier)
    • Expo Begins Construction of Centinela Bridge (Rancho Park Online)
    • Najarian Backs Off Plan to Fight Antonovich to Get Metrolink Board Seat Back (Glendale News-Press)
    • The Great 1920's Battle That Created Olympic Boulevard (Curbed)
    • City Council Votes to Ban errr..Restrict Skateboard Bombing (Daily News, LAT)
    • Editorial: Tighten Rules on Helicopters for Our Sanity (Daily News)
    • You're Closing the Pools Now? But, It's Really Hot...(Daily News)
    • Wesson Claims Council Made of Racial and Geographic Clicks (LAT)
    • Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing Service Competition Grows (SFGate)

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