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Sunday
May052019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT: So. Calif.: "Board of Supervisors divided over SANDAG transportation proposal"; "Fullertone Moves Ahead With Paid Downtown Parking Using License Plate Readers"; No. Calif.: "Cleaning up SF's Tenderloin costs a lot of money -- soon it might cost even more"; "Don't let the city mess up Measure U money. You voted for it, you get it." (Commentary: Marcos Breton) ....

***Various items relating to local issues/local government -- Northern California, Southern Calfornia....

* Sacramento Bee (Marcos Breton):  "Don't let the city mess up Measure U money. You voted for it, you get it."

* San Francisco Chronicle (Phil Matier): "Cleaning up SF's Tenderloin costs a lot of money -- soon it might cost even more"

* San Diego Union-Tribune: "Board of Supervisors divided over SANDAG transportation proposal" - Majority of supervisors want priority for roads, though SANDAG wants money for public transportation expansion."

* Voice of OC:  "Fullerton Moves Ahead With Paid Downtown Parking Using License Plate Readers"