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9:32 AM PDT on September 9, 2022

    • LAT Editorial: Governor Newsom Sign A.B. 2097 To Put People Ahead Of Parking
    • Caruso Tours Metro Subway, Decries the Filth (@JonnyPeltz Twitter)
    • Santa Monica Plans Safety Upgrades On Wilshire (Urbanize)
    • LAT Podcast Talks Illegal Street Racing
    • 5 Freeway To Be Closed To Repair Burn Damage In Castaic (Daily News, KTLA5)
    • Paramount Increasing Electric Car Charging Stations (Downey Latino News)
    • County Building 72-Unit Senior Housing Near Vermont/Wilshire Station (Urbanize)
    • Carnage: Murder Charge Stands In Westlake Village Crash That Killed Two People (LAT, Daily News, Biking in L.A.)
    • Two Workers Killed In Train Crash Near Salton Sea (LAT)
    • South Bay Council of Governments Studies ADUs for Affordable Housing (Daily Breeze)
    • LAHSA Releases 2022 Homeless Count: 69,000 Unhoused People (Guardian, LAist)...Number of Unhoused Angelenos Continues To Grow (Daily Breeze, LB Post)...Rate of Unhoused People Growth Slowed (LAT)...Unhoused Latino Population Grew Sharply (LAist)

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