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    • Livability Advocates Calling For Mobility Monday Today (L.A. Thrives)
    • L.A. Walks Encouraging Support Of Street Vendors
    • L.A. City Housing Committee Looks To Legalize Bootleg Apartments (KPCC)
    • Orange 20 Not Too Excited About Beverly Hill's Few Bike Lanes
    • Five-Part Series On How To Make L.A.'s Density Bonus Effective (Urban One)
    • Blackbirds In Echo Park Part of Housing Solution (KPCC)Bluebirds A "Missing Middle" Multifamily Housing Type (Talking Headways)
    • Metro Weighing Glendale Doran Street Grade Crossings This Week (Glendale News Press)
    • Removing On-Street Parking Boosts Fisherman's Whart Business (SBSF)

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