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9:10 AM PST on November 10, 2021

    • How Nalelli Cobo Led South L.A. Oil Drilling Fight (Guardian)
    • Council Finalizes Draft Redistricting Map, Keeps USC With Curren Price (LAT)
    • Council Committee Approves Plan To Arm Park Rangers (LAT)
    • Long Beach Updating Inclusionary Housing Law, Pushing Permanently Affordable (LB Post)
    • Culver City Station TOD Completed (Urbanize)
    • Ground Broken On 5-Story 108-Home Mixed-Use In Long Beach (LongBeachIze)
    • 5-Story 34-Apartment Mixed Use Planned By Vermont/Santa Monica Station (Urbanize)
    • Carnage: Driver Kills Pedestrian Near Palmdale (AV Times)...Rosemead Hit-and-Run Leaves Pedestrian With Life-Threatening Injuries (SGV Tribune)...DUI Driver Charged With Manslaughter In Deadly Seal Beach Crash (LB Post)...One Person Transported To Hospital From Head-On Saugus Crash (SC Signal)
    • L.A. Slow Streets Program Could Become Permanent (Daily News)
    • Duarte names Street In Honor Of Longtime Metro Boardmember Fasana (SGV Tribune)
    • LEJ YouTube Video Maps Unbuilt Freeways Through L.A. Mountains
    • LAT Columnist On Recovering Stolen Bikes From Unhoused Encampments

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