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Ingredients for safer Sixth Street include daytime activities, alternate land uses - Austin Monitor
Wednesday, October 27, 2021 by Chad Swiatecki
A second Northern California In-N-Out is forced to close for violating COVID-19 rules
Officials in Northern California on Tuesday closed a second Bay Area In-N-Out Burger restaurant, after employees repeatedly failed to check customers eating indoors for proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative coronavirus test result.
Sliwa falsely claimed that a councilman wasn't an American citizen.
In one of the strangest moments of the debate, Curtis Sliwa falsely said that Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, a Democrat from Washington Heights who is originally from the Dominican Republic, was not an American citizen.
10-day application period for L.A.'s guaranteed income program begins Wednesday
The application window for a new $1,000-a-month cash assistance program in Los Angeles run by City Hall kicks off Wednesday, making L.A. the biggest city in the nation to launch such an initiative.
Brooklyn Diocese Fires Gay Music Teacher for Getting Married
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City Council Approves 40-Story Tower For Koreatown
A trio of developers have secured all necessary approvals for a 40-story residential development in Koreatown following an overhaul of plans.
Council denounces 'false choice' of pitting parkland against affordability - Austin Monitor
More than two months after City Council passed a new budget that took effect Oct. 1, city management now wants to freeze one of the adopted fee schedules as it relates to the amount developers pay toward parkland acquisition and development.
Carson smell persists as fed-up residents confront elected officials
As Carson Mayor Lula Davis-Holmes briefed reporters inside City Hall on Monday, she was nearly drowned out by protesters sick of a noxious smell that has permeated the area for more than three weeks.
South San Francisco reaches deal with luxury hotel developer over Oyster Point land sale - San Francisco Business Times
Some four years after Ensemble Investments LLC was selected as the preferred builder of a luxury hotel planned at South San Francisco's Oyster Point, it has reached an agreement with the city to purchase the 4.7-acre bayfront site amid a larger life science redevelopment effort currently underway.