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    • Councilmember Huizar Moves To Keep Sidewalks Open During Construction (LAT)
    • WeHo Developer Proposal: Low Income Residents Can See But Not Use Pool (WeHoVille)
    • Tractor Trailer Kills DTLA Cyclist (Biking in LALAT)
    • #LAgetsthere Collaborative Launching (SRTS)
    • The Planning Report Interviews Metro Finance Chief David Yale
    • Aerial Photos of the Riverside-Figueroa Bridge Demolition (Eastsider)
    • A Green Vision For A New Glendale Hyperion Bridge (Enrich LA)
    • What Shaped the San Gabriel Valley (KCET)
    • Santa Monica Renters Rights Organization's Endorsement Stalemate (Santa Monica Next)
    • Connecting DTLB With Its Waterfront (LongBeachize)
    • NYC Push To Convert Parking Structure Into Affordable Housing (SB NYC)

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