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8:55 AM PST on March 2, 2017

    • Why Cyclists Should Vote No On Measure S (LAT Opinion)...What Is the Inclusionary Post-Measure-S Agenda? (Lisa Schweitzer)
    • Sunday's 626 Golden Streets Will Be Largest U.S. Open Streets (SGV Tribune)...KPCC Previews Activities Along 626 Golden Streets Route
    • Angels Flight To Re-Open By Labor Day (Urbanize, Downtown News)
    • High Desert Corridor High-Speed Rail Could Capture 27% Of L.A.-Las Vegas Travel
    • L.A. Approves New Mansionization Restrictions (KPCC)
    • How Boyle Heights Fights Artwashing Gentrification (CityLab)
    • L.A. Keeps Building By Freeways, Despite Health Risks (LAT)
    • Creed's Challenge To Incumbent Councilmember Koretz (KPCC)

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