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    • Easing COVID Restrictions Too Soon Could Boost Variants (LAT)
    • LAT Reviews the Pandemic Year 2020-2021
    • L.A. County Extends Vaccine Availability To Transit Workers (LAist)
    • New COVID Federal Stimulus: $26B to California (LAT)...$1.35B to Los Angeles (LAT)...The Source Touts Metro Receiving Capital Project Funding From Stimulus...Metro to receive $1B+ for operations - total Metro revenue from three stimulus bills: ~$3B
    • Santa Monica Bucked National Trend, Streets Safer During Pandemic (SMDP)
    • LAPD's Blames Pedestrians for Drivers Killing Them (@hippierunner Twitter)
    • Carnage: Driver Kills Two In Head-On Lakeview Terrace Car Crash (Daily News)...Man Killed In Irwindale Car Crash (SGV Tribune)...Man Killed In Freeway Crash In San Dimas (SGV Tribune)...Driver Killed In El Monte Car Crash (SGV Tribune)
    • Two Thirds Of L.A. Rentals Are Owned By Speculators (KNOCK-LA)
    • 79-Apartment Mixed-Use Under Construction Across from Expo Park (Urbanize)
    • Insurance Companies Shortchanged Drivers During Pandemic (LAT)

Calendar: Saturday 3/13  - Ride for Black Lives will host a 26-mile loop bike ride in commemoration of one year passing since Breonna Taylor’s life was taken. The organization bills the event as a peaceful ride with a peaceful message of love and unity. The ride gathers at 8 a.m. for a prompt 8:15 a.m. departure from Pan Pacific Park at 7600 Beverly Boulevard in mid-city west. Masks required. Details at Ride for Black Lives Instagram.

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