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8:44 AM PDT on August 31, 2022

    • Another Record-Setting Heat Wave Is Here (SMDP, ABC7, Daily Breeze)...California Heat Waves Are Getting Worse (LAT)
    • Meeting Tonight For New Venice Blvd Bus Lanes and Newly Protected Bike Lanes (Biking in L.A.)
    • Some Southeast Cities Against Metro Land-Banking-for-Housing Plan (Daily News)
    • Metro and Developer Butt Heads Over Westwood Station Site (Urbanize)
    • Divided City Council Fails To Approve Ridley-Thomas Replacement, Heather Hunt (LAT)
    • Sheriffs Department Whistleblower Alleges Corruption (Witness L.A.)
    • Flatiron Awarded 105 Freeway ExpressLanes Metro Contract (Global Construction Review)
    • Oil and Labor Team to Fight Newsom Climate Proposal (Capital & Main)
    • Google Maps Shows Bike Lanes That Don't Exist (Reddit)
    • Carnage: Driver Killed Crashing Into Pole In Palos Verdes (LAT)...Police Seek Hit-and-Run Van Driver Who Ran Over Boyle Heights Scooter Rider (LAT)...Lawyers Argue Windsor Hills Crash Driver Suffered Lapse of Consciousness (LAT)
    • 100-Unit Veterans Supportive Housing Approved for Downey (Urbanize)

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