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Monday
Mar182019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT: So. Calif.: "Repenning edges closer to facing Goldberg in runoff for L.A. school board seat"; "Tim Murakami is named L.A. County sheriff's second-in-command"; No. Calif.: "BART spending $100 million to replace 41 cranky escalators at downtown S.F. stations"; "Proposal for partial closure of Market Street reaches 'significant milestone'" ....

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

* Los Angeles Times:  "Repenning edges closer to facing Goldberg in runoff for L.A. school board seat"

* Los Angeles Times:  "Tim Murakami is named L.A. County sheriff's second-in-command"

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "BART spending $100 million to replace 41 cranky escalators at downtown S.F. stations"

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "Proposal for partial closure of Market Street reaches 'significant milestone'"

Monday
Mar182019

SACRAMENTO: "California is awash in cannabis cash. Some is being used to bribe public officials"; "California has a $9.3 billion 'pot of gold' in abandoned funds that might have your name on it"; "Slowing economy could hit state budget" (Dan Walters); "California GOP's vanishing act gets worse with the latest numbers" (John Wildermuth) .... 

***Various items relating to doings in and/or around the Capitol....

* Los Angeles Times:  "California is awash in cannabis cash. Some is being used to bribe public officials"

* Sacramento Bee:  "California has a $9.3 billion 'pot of gold' in abandoned funds that might have your name on it"

* CALmatters (Dan Walters):  "Slowing economy could hit state budget"

* San Francisco Chronicle (John Wildermuth):  "California GOP's vanishing act gets worse with the latest numbers"

Monday
Mar182019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Southern California): "LAPD data programs needs better oversight to protect public, inspector general concludes"; "An escalating labor dispute at the ritzy Terranea Resort is pulling in brides and others"; "Jackie Goldberg heads into runoff for key L.A. school board seat with strong momentum"; "Donors to D.A. Jackie Lacey include a murder suspect's parents and a convicted felon"

Monday
Mar182019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Southern California): "'Unreliable' data threatening reforms at L.A. County's juvenile detention centers"; "Orange County Takes First Step to Spur Homeless Housing"; "L.A. offoicials break ground on LAX people mover"; also, "L.A.'s New Sheriff Stumbles at the Start, and It's His Own Fault" (Jon Regardie - "The Regardie Report") ....

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

* Voice of OC:  "Orange County Takes First Step to Spur Homeless Housing"

* Los Angeles Times:  "'Unreliable' data threatening reforms at L.A. County's juvenile detention centers"

* Curbed LA:  "L.A. officials break ground on LAX people mover" - "The project will finally connect the airport to L.A.'s rail system."

***ALSO:

* Downtown News (Jon Regardie - "The Regardie Report"):  "L.A.'s New Sheriff Stumbles at the Start, and It's His Own Fault"

Monday
Mar182019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Southern California): "Irvine Mayor Don Wagner declares victory in Orange County supervisor special election"; "Consumer advocate calls on attorney general to investigate L.A. City Attorney's office"; "Fault Lines Emerge in Push to Connect Airport to Trolley"; "Judge will decide in April whether former Centinela Valley superintendent should stand trial on corruption charges" .  

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

* Daily News:  "Consumer advocate calls on attorney general to investigate L.A. City Attorney's office"

* Orange County Register:  "Irvine Mayor Don Wagner declares victory in Orange County supervisor special election"

* Voice of San Diego:  "Fault Lines Emerge in Push to Connect Airport to Trolley" - "At SANDAG's retreat last week, officials clashed over whether the 'San Diego Grand Central' concept is the best way to get people to and from the airport."

* Daily Breeze:  "Judge will decide in April whether former Centinela Valley superintendent should stand trial on corouption charges" - "A second hiatus in Jose Fernandez's lengthy preliminary hearing was granted Thursday."