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8:03 AM PST on November 21, 2019

    • Hollywood Council Rejects Proposed Request To Undo Yucca Bike Blvd (Biking in L.A.)
    • Report: L.A. Has More Vacant Homes Than Homeless People (LAist)
    • Carnage: Hit-and-Run Driver Kills 14-Year-Old In Monterey Park (ABC, SGV Tribune)...Woodland Hills Driver Crashes On Freeway Killing One (Daily News)...Pacoima Driver Rolls Van Killing Homeless Woman (Daily News)...Culver City PD Seeking Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Pedestrian (Reddit)...Second Person Dies From Stevenson Ranch Crash Injuries (LAT)
    • Bird Encouraging Helmet Use In Long Beach (LB Post)
    • Metro Considering Congestion Pricing (Gov't Technology)
    • Plan Commission Rejects South L.A. Development Due To Gentrification (LAT, Curbed)
    • Six-Story Mixed-Use Under Construction At 9th And La Brea (Urbanize)
    • 242-Home Mixed-Use Site Prep At Crenshaw Ingelwood Station (Urbanize)
    • Seven Ways To Help Homeless People (Curbed)
    • Garcetti Launches Competition To Design New City Streetlight (Curbed)

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