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Housing advocates submitted over 400,000 signatures for a half-cent sales tax to fund affordable housing, and homelessness solutions and prevention. Photo via MoveLA Twitter

  • Metro Guard Shoots, Kills Man Who Stabbed Him At Sunset/Vermont Station (LAT, Daily News, KABC)
  • Torched Debunks Some Transit Violence Claims, Explores Solutions
  • Today Is Bike To School Day (Biking in L.A.)
  • Family Awarded $3.4M Settlement In LASD Killing Of Dijon Kizee (Daily News, CBS)
  • Housing Advocates Submit Signatures For County Half-Cent Sales Tax (Pasadena Now)
  • Port Announces Fleet Of 50 Electric Amazon Trucks (LAT, Daily Breeze)
  • West Hollywood Hosting Input Meeting For Complete Streets Project (WeHo Times)
  • Pasadena Plans To Increase Rates For South Lake Parking (Pasadena Now)
  • Carnage: East L.A. Hit-and-Run Suspect Arrested (KTLA)
  • 101 Wildlife Crossing Bridge To Open In 2026 (KTLA)
  • State Gas Price Gouging Law Has Not Shown Results (Pasadena Now)
  • 8-Acre Headworks River Park Planned Along North Edge Of Griffith Park (Urbanize)
  • April Was Warmest On Record, Making 11 Months Of Heat Records (LAT)

Calendar: Wednesday 5/8 - Today Streets for All will host a 5-6 p.m. virtual Happy Hour with Santa Monica City Councilember Jesse Zwick, Santa Monica City Council. Details at SFA event page.

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