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The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Weekends are so packed, and weekdays/nights are so light, that I’m starting to think we should do this on Friday’s. Two transit groups have holiday parties, a chance to give back or go caroling, Transportation Committee and more… Monday – Santa Monica city staff will present an update on the Michigan Avenue Neighborhood Greenway. The project will […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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No holiday this week, so things are starting to get back to normal even with the holidays looming. Tuesday, Saturday, Monday – Councilmember José Huizar is hosting three public meetings with the Pershing Square Task Force to get input on how the park should be improved. The first is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 7:30 a.m. […]
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What Are Cities Doing to Hold on to Families With Kids?

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In Atlanta, the regional planning commission recently created a “millennial advisory committee” in response to lackluster retention of young college grads. Bradley Calvert at Family Friendly Cities notes that the agency should be even more alarmed by the drop in the population of kids in the city: Between 2000 and 2010 nearly 12,000 children plus their parents […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events: Big Thursday, CicLAvia

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It’s easy to look ahead to CicLAvia, but there’s a lot of other good events on the calendar this weekend. Tuesday – Walktober kicks off with a “Day of Action” from our friends at Los Angeles Walks. The pedestrian advocacy organization is using costumes and colors to draw attention to pedestrian safety at three of […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Between the City Council Transportation Committee canceling its meeting and government preparing for the holiday weekend by not doing much of anything on Friday, we have a pretty short week in events. That’s o.k., the Metro Board meeting is going to be long enough to pick up the slack. Tuesday – Once a month, the […]