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Tuesday
Apr232019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT: So. Calif.: "L.A. County homeless population is growing -- but not as fast as they're dying"; "L.A. Metro cops are in a bind: Avoid racial profiling while also fighting crime"; No. Calif.: "Quirkly law keeps pristine Palo Alto park restricted to residents"; "S.F. supervisor has big plans to make Tenderloin, South of Market less filthy" ....

***Various items relating to local issues/local government -- Northern California (Bay Area), Southern California (Los Angeles)....

* Los Angeles Times:  "L.A. County homeless population is growing -- but not as fast as they're dying"

* Los Angeles Times:  "L.A. Metro cops are in a bind: Avoid racial profiling while also fighting crime"

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "Quirky law keeps pristine Palo Alto park restricted to residents"

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "S.F. supervisor has big plans to make Tenderloin, South of Market less filthy"