Morning Buzz: Tuesday 4.17.07

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Gang injunction process revised
Delgadillo says it now will be possible to get off the list. LAT, DN
This is only a drill
Big National Guard simulation of a natural disaster and terrorism attack starts today on the Westside. LAT
Bill Clinton speaks
Sell-out Dorothy Chandler Pavilion crowd never hears him mention his wife's campaign and President Bush came up just once, but the former president argued that the country has gone astray since he left the White House. LAT
Complaining about the Expo Line
The State Public Utilities Commission suddenly speaks up for those worried about light-rail crossings being unsafe for school children and the elderly. LAT
Divided loyalties
While Assemblyman Lloyd Levine was running the Boston Marathon yesterday, a Holocaust remembrance event he organized went on without him in Sacramento.
No more trash in Sun Valley
End of the line for the Bradley landfill. DN
LAX taps new parking contractor
New South Parking's low bid beats out the old guys, Five Star Parking. Lawsuits and a 245 motion at the City Council are threatened. Breeze, LAT
New at LAWA
Diego Alvarez moves from Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's legislative staff to the government relations staff at Los Angeles World Airports. Longtime airport figure Phil Depoian retired.
Against LAUSD eminent domain
Here in Van Nuys covers a block party against the district's expansion plans in the Valley.
KCET to run classic movies
"The KCET Saturday Movie" will air at 10 pm, be hosted by Martin Sheen and feature classic films from the Warner Bros. vault. Variety
Olympic and Pico
Here's that whole study showing what making Olympic and Pico boulevards one way can do for traffic through Mid-City and the Westside.
Support Jacob Soboroff
Jacob's video report for Native Intelligence on the efforts to save Union 76 orange balls is posted at the site Public Radio Talent Quest.
Kate Coe wants pitches
Makes the request at PR Week.

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