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7:23 AM PDT on July 3, 2013

    • Exide Wins Right to Keep Battery Recycling Plant Open (LAT)
    • Following Defeat at Metro Board, Crenshaw Subway Coalition Plans Next Steps (Front Page)
    • "The Shameful Park Mesa Betrayal" (City Watch)
    • Fantastic Upgraded Plaza Park Connects San Pedro to Waterfront (Daily Breeze)
    • City Plans for On-Street Bicycle Repair Stations (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Metro Board Votes No on Fast Track Funds for 710. Everyone Says Its No Big Deal (Glendale News-Press)
    • Bonin: Let's Stop Ticketing Cars Parked in Broken Meters (LAT, Daily News)
    • Yes, You're Often Ridesharing with Actors/Directors (LAT via Curbed)
    • Uber Tweeks Garcetti/LADOT with Discounted Rides To/From Inauguration (Biz Journal)
    • SF's Embarcadero Now Useless to the Film Industry (Streetsblog SF)
    • When Metro Has a Breakdown/Police Action, They Show How Unprepared They Are (City Watch)
    • Metro's Fourth of July Art Tour Looks Kind of Awesome (The Source)
    • We Have Herb Wesson to Kick Around for Awhile (LAT)
    • DUI "Suspect" in Sherman Oaks Hits 30 Cars, Telephone Poll, Wasn't Wearing Helmet (Daily News)

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