It was an interesting factoid buried in staff report attached to the Jan. 24 Metro Los Angeles Board Meeting agenda: The City of Santa Monica garners some $89,000 every month from e-scooter companies that operate in the beach city.
The seven-story 216-unit OceanAire development, being headed by Lennar, is taking shape as construction continues to replace what was once a dilapidated surface lot with housing near the southwest corner of Ocean Boulevard and Pine Avenue.
The massive overhaul of the Broadway corridor is a project worth heralding—so where are the trees, those bits of natural wonder that provide color, shade, and clean up our air from the constant flow of vehicle emissions?
After announcing its 8-month closure last year, Metro hosted a group of officials to provide more details on the disruption that may impact up to 64,000 riders beginning Saturday, Jan. 26.
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The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday, Jan. 15, to spend $5 million to prevent housing discrimination, including drafting an ordinance to prohibit landlords from denying renters who use Section 8 vouchers.
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