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8:13 AM PST on February 20, 2020

    • Metro Board Committee Rejects MacArthur Park Station Joint Development Proposal (Curbed)
    • LAX Considering Giving Priority To Transit Riders (NBC4)
    • Carnage: Suspected DUI Baldwin Park Freeway Car Crash Kills One (SGV Tribune)
    • Glendale College Spending $24-30M To Tear Down Homes To Build Parking (Glendale News Press)...260 spaces for $30M means each space costs about $115K
    • Long Beach Moves Toward Inclusionary Affordable Housing Requirements (Urbanize)
    • Trump On CA High-Speed Rail "Pretty Soon It Will Be Like A Mile Long” (LAT)...of course, more than a hundred miles of CAHSR are already under construction
    • Governor Newsom: CA Homeless Crisis Is A Disgrace (LAT)
    • Construction Underway For Bridge Housing In San Pedro, Wilmington (Daily News)
    • Report: L.A. Economy Growing More Slowly (LAT)
    • L.A. Chamber Crafting Measure To Add Some Density, Preserve Single Family Zones (LAT)
    • Goodbye Polling Places, Hello Voting Centers (Eastsider)

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