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    • San Diego Has Interesting Options for Stadium Site If Chargers Bolt for LA (Union-Tribune)
    • Meanwhile, Sacramento Wins Lawsuit on NBA Stadium Financing Plan (SacBee)
    • ...And May Raise Parking Meters to Help (SacBee)
    • Beverly Hills Won’t Do Bike Lanes On Santa Monica Blvd (Better Bike)
    • SFBC Collects Signatures on Panhandle Against SFPD Park Station’s Bike Crackdown (Examiner)
    • SF Examiner Readers Who Oppose the Crackdown Speak Up
    • Aaron Bialick Decimates the Usefullness of the Bike Stings at (Streetsblog SF)
    • Orange County Blames L.A. for Bad Road Ranking (OC Register)
    • Some Santa Monica Businesses Unhappy with Train Construction (SM Mirror)
    • Following Downtown Blackout, Long Beach Tries to Lure Shoppers with Parking Holiday (Post)
    • Interesting Plan, Terrible Article, on Plans to Bring Car-Sharing to L.A. (LA Weekly)
    • If You're Driving on the Freeway and You See a Duck Crossing, Don't Stop (Union-Tribune)

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