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Wednesday
Jul112018

LOCAL GOVERNMENT: So. Calif.: "After decades of problems, new allegations surfface of a secret clique within L.A. County Sheriff's Department"; "Veterans Cemetery Location in Irvine Still Unclear"; No. Calif.: "Changes on S.F. Board of Supervisors a political challenge for new Ma;yor Breed"; "Contra Costa sheriff announces end of ICE contract, citing budget, 'growing chorus' of opposition" ....

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

* Los Angeles Times:  "After decades of problems, new allegations surface of a secret clique within L.A. County Sheriff's Department"

* Voice of OC:  "Veterans Cemetery Location in Irvine Still Unclear"

* San Francisco Chronicle (Matier & Ross):  "Changes on SF Board of Supervisors a political challenge for new Mayor Breed"

* East Bay Times:  "Contra Costa sheriff announces end of ICE contract, citing budget, 'growing chorus' of opposition"

Wednesday
Jul112018

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Los Angeles): "L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services employee charged with distributing child pornography"; L.A. city and county officials expand legal aid for migrant children"; "Warner Bros. wants to build a $100-million aerial tramway to the Hollywood sign"; also, editorial, "What police owe the families of people who die in custody" ....  

***Various items relating to local issues/local government, in and/or around Los Angeles....

* Los Angeles Times:  "L.A. city and county officials expand legal aid for migrant children"

* Los Angeles Times:  "Warner Bros. wants to build a $100-million aerial tramway to the Hollywood sign"

* Los Angeles Times:  "L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services employee charged with distributing child pornography"

***ALSO:

* Los Angeles Times (editorial):  "What police owe the families of people who die in custory"

Wednesday
Jul112018

MEDIA: Los Angeles Times, new leadership team: "Los Angeles Times unveils new leadership team"; "'L.A. Times' Adds to Leadership Team Under New Owner"; "Los Angeles Times installs new leadership team that includes Scott Kraft, Kris Viesselman and Kimi Yoshino" ....

Wednesday
Jul112018

LOCAL GOVERNMENT: So. Calif.: "The Ugly History of Downtown Patient Dumping" (Jon Regardie); "Bird scooters -- so much fun, so damn dangerous" (Robin Abcarian); No. Calif.: "Eastline project, bigger than Salesforce Tower, seeks to transform Oakland"; "Sacramento approved 5,500 housing units. Fewer than 100 were for low-income residents" ....

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

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "Eastline project, bigger than Salesforce Tower, seeks to transform Oakland"

* Sacramento Bee:  "Sacramento approved 5,500 housing units. Fewer than 100 were for low-income residents"

* Los Angeles Times (Robin Abcarian):  "Bird scooters -- so much fun, so damn dangerous"

* Downtown News (Jon Regardie, "The Regardie Report"):  "The Ugly History of Downtown Patient 'Dumping'" - "Feuer Cracks Down on Hospitals, But Looking Back, Little Has Changed"

Wednesday
Jul112018

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Southern California: "L.A. County officials approve $3.5 million in payouts over law enforcement misconduct"; "Westmisnter OKs Tax Subsidy for 'Bolsa Row' Four-Star Hotel & Housing"; "San Bernardino County Prosecutor Suspended Over Maxine Waters, Michelle Obama 'Rhetoric' on Facebook"; also, editorial, "Dockless Scooters Should Be in Downtown" (Los Angeles) ....

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

* Los Angeles Times:  "L.A. County officials approve $3.5 million in payouts over law enforcement misconduct"

* Voice of OC:  "Westminster OKs Tax Subsidy for 'Bolsa Row' Four-Star Hotel & Housing"

* CBS2 Los Angeles:  "San Bernardino County Prosecutor Suspended Over Maxine Waters, Michelle Obama 'Rhetoric' On Facebook"

***ALSO:

* Downtown News (editorial):  "Dockless Scooters Should Be in Downtown"