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    • Scoring Development For "eTOD" Equitable Transit Oriented Development (All in L.A.)
    • CEQA Reforms Dump LOS, Disincentivize Car Use (KPCC AirTalk)
    • New County Supervisors Expected To Create Sheriff Oversight Body (LAT)
    • Gentrification Claiming Highland Park Apartments (Eastsider)
    • Curbed Leafs Through CicLAvia's Narrative Neighborhood GuideAdded: Check Out Militant Angeleno's CicLAvia Guide
    • Yesterday's Short Metro Board Meeting: LAX, Budget, Law Enforcement Rides (The Source)No Details Yet Dept: Goal to Connect LAX-Metro Rail By 2024 (KPCCPasadena Star News)
    • Neighbors Disappointed Commission Declines Historic Home Designation for Kenmore Treasure (LAT)
    • Two Forgotten Private Hilltop Parks That Helped Develop and Shape L.A. (KCET)
    • Millennials Living With Parents Longer (LAT)Millennials, Including In L.A., Driving Less Than Parents (Next City)
    • Let's Go L.A. Peeks Into L.A.'s Unfortunately-Iconic Dingbats And Their Parking
    • Council Motions Focus On Those Darn Premature Street Cuts (KCET)
    • Marathon Session on Future of Santa Monica Zoning (Santa Monica Next)
    • Vote on LB Civic Center Design Will Be December 9 (LongBeachIze - includes renderings)
    • SB SF Skeptical On Mayor's New Parking Enforcement Initiative
    • Successful Uber "Taking Away Money" From Parking, Car Industries (LAT)

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