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    • City Pays $6M To Pedestrian Killed By City Truck On N. Figueroa (LAT)...Where Councilmember Gil Cedillo Blocked Planned Safety Upgrade
    • All-Door Boarding Coming To Wilshire Rapid This Sunday (Curbed)
    • L.A. To Crack Down On Homeless, Under Fire From Civil Rights Lawyers (LAT)
    • Prop 6 Proponents Criticize Caltrans, Metro Salaries and Spending (LAT)
    • Curbed's Guide To CEQA - the California Environmental Quality Act

Calendar extra: Today City Councilmember Jose Huizar, with LADOT and the Bureau of Street Services, will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Spring Street protected bike lane. The festivities take place from 4:30-6 p.m. at The Griffin on Spring at 755 S. Spring Street in downtown Los Angeles. Event details at @HistoricCore Twitter.

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