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    • Breakdown of Transpo. Funds in Governor's Budget (The Source, Daily News)
    • Brown, "State Is in the Black" (LAT)
    • KCET Reporter Walks the Future Crenshaw Line
    • More Details on Study that 60% of CEQA Cases Involve Infill Development (Planning and Development Report)
    • Excitement Build for Bike Nation in the OC (Register)
    • It Might Already Be Huge, But Planning Underway to Expand SM Mountain Park (KCET)
    • High Speed Rail Groundbreaking Still Set for July in Central Valley (CAHSR Blog)
    • Caltrans Still Trying to Sell Homes in Way of Big Dig (La Canada Online)
    • Neighborhood Activist Rips Fast Pace of #RoadBond (City Watch)
    • Garcetti, Greuel Lead in Fundraising, James in Fifth Last Quarter (LAT)
    • All the Industry Money Helps (KPCC)
    • Neighbors Vote Down 5-Story Mixed Use Near Beverly Center (Curbed)
    • Villaraigosa Backs Feuer, Not Incumbent, in Race for City Attorney (LAT)
    • It's Cold (Daily News)

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