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    • Emergency Room Visits Up As COVID Transmission Remains High In L.A. County (LAist)
    • Healthy Streets Submits Signatures To Qualify For November Ballot (LAist)
    • Metro Releases Eastside Gold Line EIR For Comments (Whittier Daily News)
    • CicLAvia Returns Sunday July 10 (LAist)
    • Electeds Celebrate Caltran Relinquishment of 710 Freeway Stub (Pasadena Now)...Some Leaders Urge Pasadena To Give Land Back To People It Was Taken From (Pasadena Now)
    • LB Unveils Fabulous New Rainbow Crosswalks (LB Post)
    • L.A. County Joins High Desert Joint Powers Authority Focused On High-Speed Rail (AV Times)
    • Newsom Approves CA Budget, With $17.5M For Relief From Gas Prices (LAT)...Includes Rail and Active Transportation Funding...Gas Tax Rises Slightly For Inflation Adjustment This Week (LAT)
    • State Approves L.A. City Housing Element (Urbanize)
    • Metro A Line Train Strikes, Kills Person In Downtown LB (LB Post)
    • Metro E Line Train Crashes Into Amazon Van In South L.A. (CBS, Reddit)
    • Carnage: Seven People Hospitalized From 710 Freeway Crash (LB Post)...Person Killed In Head-On Collision On Agoura Road (Daily News)...Pedestrian Killed On 405 Freeway In Sherman Oaks (Daily News)
    • 6-Story, 29-Apartment, 35-Parking Space Mixed-Use Planned By Vermont/Sunset (Urbanize)
    • 4-Story, 28-Unit, 27-Parking Space Apartments Planned In Hollywood (Urbanize)

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