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by Jodi Summers Ice Ice Baby. Back in 1990, everyone was talking about Julia Roberts in the movie Pretty Woman. Just fewer than 30 million people lived in California (compared to more than 37.25 million today) and everybody is boasting about their Acura Legend or Mazda Miata. The California Air Resources Board’s plan to reduce […]

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by Jodi Summers Watch our Metro grow. In the most recent presidential elections, LA approved Measure M – the half-cent sales tax increase to fund new public transit projects and infrastructure improvements. Here’s our metro – now and future… As an FYI, Angelinos spend an average of 81 hours a year stuck in traffic. Currently, […]

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by Jodi Summers The California Environmental Quality Act, aka CEQA is a statute that requires state and local agencies to identify the significant environmental impacts of their actions and to avoid or mitigate those impacts, if feasible. CEQA currently measures traffic impacts using the “level of service” metric. In 2017, the method is changing to […]

edited by Jodi Summers Donald Trump may be the most outspoken real estate billionaire, but he’s not the richest. The 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate had a net worth of $3.7 Billion at election time; in real estate terms, that ties him tied with local developer Rick Caruso at #156 on the Forbes list of billionaires. […]

by Jodi Summers Here’s a reason to consider Long Beach, the Port of Long Beach Academy is offering a Global Logistics curriculum at Cabrillo High School. This visionary curriculum opens a new pathway to careers in international trade for young students in the city. What an easy way for the port to fill a need. […]

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from Jodi Summers Worthwhile video of the South Bay Power Plant implosion at the Port of San Diego.