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9:16 AM PDT on July 28, 2022

    • L.A. Street Services Head Greg Spotts Heads To Seattle DOT (Biking in L.A.)
    • L.A. Taco On Why People Are Panicking Over the New Bridge...Latest Updates On 6th Street Bridge (LAist, @RyFons Twitter)
    • L.A. Postpones Vote On Expanded Anti-Unhoused Camping Restrictions (LAist)
    • Pomona's Garey Avenue To Close Four Days For Gold Line Construction (SGV Tribune)
    • Carnage: Family Grieves 7-Year-Old Killed Crossing Street (LB Post)...Seven People Injured In 405 Freeway Crash Near Mulholland (Daily News)...DTLA Driver Crashes Into Multiple Things, Taking Out Power (CBS2)
    • Los Feliz Neighbors Against Private School Over Traffic Issues (Eastsider)
    • Affordable Housing In Santa Fe Springs, Huntington Park Up For $60M Funding (Urbanize)
    • County Seeks More Funding For General Hospital Redevelopment (Urbanize)
    • Climate Calamity Expected This August (LAT)
    • 115 Degree Heat Expected In Northern California This Week (LAT)

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