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    • Judge Who Ruled In Favor Of Outdoor Dining Was Wrong (LAT)
    • LB Councilmember Richardson Named To AQMD Board (LB Post)
    • Carnage: DUI Suspect Arrested For Newport Beach Crash That Killed Two, Injured Three (LAT, ABC7)
    • 7-Story Apartments Rising Adjacent To NoHo Station (Urbanize)
    • Westlake Homeless Housing Project Became Sink Hole For Public Money (KCRW)
    • L.A. To Purchase Eight Operation Housekey Housing Sites (Urbanize)
    • Knock Reviews California's 2020 Criminal Justice Propositions
    • So What If Elon Musk Moved To Texas (Curbed)

Calendar extra: Tomorrow Saturday 12/12 Downey's Alexandria Contreras is hosting a virtual 'No More Lanes - Save Our Homes' meeting to organize opposition to Metro and Caltrans freeway widening. Details at @alexfordowney Twitter. Preregister via Zoom.

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