SGV Connect interviews: Dan Lafferty and Paul Alva of L.A. County Public Works about the rainwater capture project at Bassett High School in La Puente, and Diane Velez of Active SGV about Metro's proposed fareless transit initiative
Bonin: "They say where there's a will there's a way; In this case, there has to be a way." Raman: "We need to be ambitious; I've heard the word 'hundreds' but we need be hearing 'thousands' [of new rooms to be added to Roomkey]."
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Everyone is talking about the results from this week's election, and SGV Connect is no different. Our usual team brought back Streetsblog LA editor Joe Linton and Streetsblog California editor Melanie Curry for an in-depth election special that is almost twice the size of a regular episode.