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Fed to Hold Interest Rates Steady, Indicate Cuts in 2024

December 15, 2023
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The Federal Reserve announced they will keep interest rates the same for the third time in a row and indicated that cuts will be coming in 2024.

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Metro to Increase Services to Tackle Higher Demand

December 11, 2023
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In response to growing demand, Metro will increase train frequency and hours of operation in the City of Los Angeles.

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Metro Releases Environmental Impact Report on Proposed Dodger Stadium Gondola

December 7, 2023
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Los Angeles Metro has released an update on the proposed gondola that would bring people directly from Union Station to Dodger Stadium.

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CalTrans Finds 15 Risky Sites Under the 10 Freeway

December 5, 2023
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Following the fire that damaged part of the 10 Freeway, CalTrans has identified 38 possible hazards to transportation infrastructure.

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Department of Water Resources Gives Initial Allocation of 10%

December 4, 2023
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The California Department of Water Resources has announced that the State Water Project will grant an initial allocation of 10% of requested supplies.

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New Law Requires Short-Term Rentals to Obtain Police Permit

November 29, 2023
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The Los Angeles City Council has passed a new law requiring short-term rental hosts to obtain police permits.

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LA City Council Votes to Ban Overnight RV Parking in Parts of the City

November 27, 2023
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In response to the growing issue of RV encampments, the City and County of Los Angeles have taken steps to crack down on oversized vehicles parking overnight.

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Assembly Speaker Rivas Announces New Leadership

November 24, 2023
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New Assembly legislative leadership has been announced by first-year California Assembly Speaker Robert Rivas.

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Mayor Bass Signs Order to Streamline Housing Development

November 21, 2023
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Mayor Bass sings Executive Directive that would provide permanent streamlining guidelines for affordable housing developments.

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The 10 Freeway has Reopened Ahead of Schedule

November 20, 2023
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Guest Author The portion of the 10 Freeway that was shut down due to arson has officially been reopened ahead of schedule.  While Governor Newsom and Mayor Bass expected repairs to take at least three weeks, the freeway has reopened in just eight days.  Construction The ahead-of-schedule repairs come from around-the-clock construction working to reopen…

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