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  • CAO: City Spent Bulk of Federal COVID Recovery Funds on Police and Firefighters. Zero Percent on Homelessness (L.A. Taco)
  • Another 6th Street Bridge Think Piece, and Yes It Talks Bike Lanes (LAT)
  • LA County May Move Out of High Risk for COVID Infections Today (Daily News)
  • Check Out the Route for this Month's CicLAvia (Hollywood Patch)
  • SD Seeks to Use Developer Impact Fees Equitably (San Diego Reader)
  • Big Donors Are Reshaping California Campaigns (CalMatters)
  • Uber Had a Positive Cash Flow Last Quarter but Remains Unprofitable. (The Verge)

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