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    • CA Sees Record-Breaking COVID Surge (LAT)...L.A. Vaccination Tribulations (LAT)...President Biden Unveils COVID Plan (LAT)...The Separate And Unequal Health System Highlighted By COVID (NPR)...How To Get A COVID Vaccine Without Driving (We Like L.A.)...High L.A. Housing Costs Worsen COVID (LAT)...COVID Slowing Metro Construction (The Source)
    • Metro Retooling Its Joint Development Policy (Urbanize)
    • Metro Offers More Costly Shared Van Rides During the Pandemic AKA MicroTransit (The Source)
    • Nimbys Criticize Culver City Street Safety Plans (Biking in L.A.)
    • Sheriff Villanueva Rejects Discipling Murakami For Racial Slur (LAT)
    • Sheriff Says He Has Released All Prisoners He Can Safely Do Under COVID (LAist)
    • PLUM Committee Approves Tower Development At Former LAT DTLA Headquarters Site (LAT, Urbanize)
    • 102-Unit Affrodable Apartments Opening At Long Beach PCH A Line Station (Urbanize)
    • Mixed-Use Complex Takes Shape By Burbank Metrolink Station (Urbanize)
    • Biden Priorities, Climate And Conservation, Collide In California Desert (LAT)
    • Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman's Metro Connection (The Source)

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