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9:14 AM PST on January 27, 2022

    • Councilmember Mike Bonin Not Seeking Re-Election (Biking in L.A., LAist, LAT, Daily News)
    • LADOT Video Celebrates Safe Routes To School Pico Union Pop-Up
    • L.A. City Slowly Moves Toward Banning Neighborhood Oil Drilling (LAT, Grist)
    • The Source Preview's Today's 10 a.m. Metro Board Meeting...LongBeachIze Looks Into Metro's Proposed Service Cuts
    • Funding Slated For 6-Story 187 Affordable/Supportive Apartment Mixed Use At Santa Monica/Vermont Station (Urbanize)
    • Gentrification Arriving Alongside Adams Safety Improvements (KCRW)
    • Carnage: Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Person In Palmdale (AV Times)...Friends Mourn Woman Killed By Hit-and-Run Driver In LB In December (LB Post)...Driver Smashes Into Los Feliz Restaurant, Hospitalizing Three People (Eastsider, LAT)
    • Sheriff Sergeant Claims Retaliation For Testimony In Banditos Gang Lawsuit (LAist)
    • Sheriff Deputies Disparaging Vaccines And Defacing COVID-19 Signs In Twin Towers Jail (LAist)
    • The Latest On Metro Congestion Pricing Study (The Source)Now called "traffic reduction" study, but Metro misleadingly calls widening freeways "less traffic" and "congestion reduction"
    • Super Bowl Means Sweeping Nearby Unhoused People (KNOCK-LA)
    • Feds Look To Curb Rising Traffic Violence (LAT)

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