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6:34 AM PST on November 20, 2013

    • Metro Seriously Planning for Next Sales Tax Initiative (The Source)
    • A Great Profile of Jennifer Klausner, the Head of LACBC (LAT)
    • Huizar Needs Help on Broadway/Downtown Streetcar. Get Someone. (DTLA News)
    • Departures Gives In=Depth Look at Warner Center Plan (KCET)
    • A Look at LB's Terminal Island Highway Freeway Removal Project (LAT)
    • City Fixes Depressing El Sereno Sidewalk with Asphalt (Eastsider)
    • But Bureaucracy Often Hampers Property Owners from Fixing Sidewalks (City Watch)
    • Connect to the Connector, City Plans Ped. Bridge for Soto and Hope in DTLA (DTLA News)
    • Expo to SaMo Is 50% Complete (SM Mirror)
    • A Back Handed Compliment to Irvine's Great Park (LAT)
    • Transportation CA/Builer's Group Calls for Truck Tax to Replenish Highway Funds (Press Release)
    • Papers Starting to Complain of High Cost of Consultants for CAHSR (Fresno Bee)
    • DTLA Continues to Attract New Office Tenants (DTLA Rising)
    • Witnesses Say Venice Boardwalk Driver Was Aiming for Pedestrians (Daily News)
    • Distracted Driving Is Hilarious (LAT)

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