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Tuesday
Feb122019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Southern California): "Santa Ana Approves $25 Million Police Pay Raise, But Not Funding"; "Man choked by off-duty L.A. firefighter wins $7.4 million settlement"; "Sherman Oaks homeownersto Metro: Sepulveda Corridor transit in the Valley must stay underground"; also, "No News Was Bad News" (Marina del rey, oil well blowout) ....

***Various items relating to local issues/local government, in and/or around Southern California....

* Voice of OC:  "Santa Ana Approves $25 Million Police Pay Raise, But Not Funding"

* Los Angeles Times:  "Man choked by off-duty L.A. firefighter wins $7.4 million settlement"

* Daily News: "Sherman Oaks homeowners to Metro: Sepulveda Corridor transit in the Valley must stay underground"

***ALSO:

* The Argonaut:  "No News Was Bad News" - "Slow notification process during Marina del Rey oil well blowout prompts county review"