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    • Montclair Could Sue San Bernardino County Over Gold Line Changes (Daily Bulletin)
    • L.A. City Planning October-November Bike-Ped Count (@laura_nelson Twitter, Biking in L.A.)
    • Hertzberg Online Petition For San Fernando Valley BRT (Change.org)
    • Metro Public Records Portal Closure Is Only Temporary (LB Post)
    • Carnage: Lake Los Angeles Suspected DUI Driver Kills Girl (Daily News)
    • Driver Strikes Skateboarding Child In Redondo Beach (Daily Breeze)
    • Can LAX Avoid S.F. Problems In Retooling Ride-Hail? (LAT)...Council President Wesson Wants $30/Hour Min Wage For Ride-Hail Drivers
    • Nearly Complete Warner Center Tower Could Become Supportive Housing (Urbanize)
    • Supportive Housing Planned For 6th Street In Skid Row (Urbanize)
    • Plans For Expo-Oriented Santa Monica Senior Affordable Housing (Urbanize)
    • More On Controller Audit Of HHH Spending (Urbanize)
    • Governor Newsom Signs Statewide Rent Control (Curbed)
    • Gas Prices Reach $5 At Some L.A. County Stations (KTLA)

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