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8:46 AM PST on December 23, 2021

    • COVID Omicron Sweeping Through California At Staggering Speed (LAT)...Steep COVID Spike In L.A. County Cases (LAist, LAT, Daily News)...Omicron A Major Threat For L.A. County Hospitals (L.A. Magazine)
    • L.A. County Can Legally Return Bruce's Beach To Heirs (Daily Breeze)
    • Councilmember Raman Seeks Input For Street Upgrades (Biking in L.A.)
    • State Parks Awards $113M For New/Upgraded L.A. County Parks (Urbanize)
    • Long Beach Planning Colorado Lagoon Park Upgrades (LongBeachIze)
    • Montclair Transit Center Adds Greyhound Bus Service (Daily Bulletin)
    • Judge Halts Santa Monica From Demolishing Parking Structure For Housing - Though Jan 7 (SMDP)
    • Manhattan Beach Relents, Keeping Outdoor Dining Through Spring (Daily Breeze)
    • Carnage: Driver Kills Cyclist On PCH In Malibu (Biking in L.A., CBS)
    • New CA Traffic Laws Taking Effect In 2022 (NBC)

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