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    • Garcetti: Anti-Growth Ballot Measure Could Hurt Housing Affordability (LAT)
    • More On Garcetti's Planning Nominee Vince Bertoni (LAT)
    • L.A.'s Community Plan Process Needs Some Attention (Zocalo)
    • Carnage: Person Killed In Mid-City Apparent Drunk Driving Crash (Daily News)
    • Despite Some Early Glitches, Lyft Is Working OK At LAX (Curbed)
    • Photos Of New Expo Maintenance Yard (O'Connor Facebook, Cole Twitter)
    • Transit: How To Keep All Your New Year's Resolutions (Be A Green Commuter)
    • L.A.'s Sixth Street Bridge Hosts Its Final Bike Crit (L.A. Weekly)
    • L.B. Closing Part Of Ocean Blvd For 3 Year Bridge Construction (LongBeachIze)
    • How To Reclaim Trashed Public Spaces (Zocalo)
    • Spanish Firm Wins CA High Speed Rail Construction Contract (LAT)
    • Let's Go L.A. Graphs El Niño Patterns

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