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9:24 AM PDT on May 5, 2023

    • Young Yaroslavsky, LAUSD Pushing Modest Steps To Curb School Traffic Deaths (Beverly Press)...Livability Advocates Express Skepticism (Twitter: Investing in Place, Alissa Walker)
    • Police Arrest Suspect For Stabbing At Metro E Line Exposition Park Station (CBS)
    • Angelino Heights Got the LADOT Plastic Bollard Treatment (@ShotOn35mm Twitter)...SBLA expresses skepticism, project hands drivers much more parking, which will block future projects to make the streets safe for walk/bike
    • LAPD SWAT Whistleblower: Excessive Force, Cover Ups (LAT)
    • More On L.A. Approving Hollywood and DTLA Community Plans (Urbanize)
    • Carnage: Police Seek Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Person In South L.A. (KTLA)...Benefit For Five Teen Dancers Injured In Seal Beach Hit-and-Run Crash (KTLA)
    • Freight Trains Resume Travel Through San Clemente Landslide Area (LAT)
    • WeHo Council Approves Melrose Gathering Space Sidewalk Park (Beverly Press)
    • Supervisors Approve $41M For 112 New Vet Housing Units At Westwood VA (Urbanize)
    • L.A. Council Denies Appeals, Supporting TOD Projects In Westlake And K-Town (Urbanize)
    • KTLA Sees Green Transportation Future In Car Expo
    • L.A. Al Fresco Outdoor Dining Moves Closer To Permanent (LAist)
    • Greenhouse Gas Emissions Are Also Poisoning You Now (Capital & Main)

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