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Zev Yaroslavsky

Zev Yaroslavsky is a Los Angeles County politician. He served on the Los Angeles City Council from 1975 until 1994, when he was elected to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. He was preceded in both offices by Edmund D. Edelman.
Yaroslavsky represents the Third Supervisorial District of Los Angeles County, which encompasses the cities of Malibu, Santa Monica, West Hollywood, Calabasas, as well as most of the western San Fernando Valley and other portions of the City of Los Angeles. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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LACMA's New Redesign Arches Over Wilshire Boulevard (And Saves The Tar Pits)
2014-06-25
County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, whose district includes the LACMA grounds, called the new plan, "more iconic than his original design. It's a win-win." The original plan was estimated to cost $650 mil, though other architects have estimated it could ...
(LAist)

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    Re-thought LACMA design would span Wilshire Boulevard
    2014-06-25
    More at Zevweb: “Necessity is the mother of invention,” said Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, who has directed county funding to a feasibility study of the project that is now underway. The new design “is actually more iconic than his original design. It's ...
    (LA Observed)

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      November election battles set
      2014-06-05
      Los Angeles County voter turnout was 13.2 percent at Tuesday's primary election, according to the registrar. Another 5.3 percent of total registered voters mailed in absentee ballots. In the race to replace termed-out L.A. County Supervisor Zev ...
      (Santa Monica Daily Press)
      1. Turnout remains low throughout the day in LA County election

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      LA County Supervisor candidates vie for votes as election nears
      2014-06-02
      In a whirlwind of last-minute stumping, candidates vying to succeed termed-out Los Angeles County Supervisors Zev Yaroslavsky and Gloria Molina crisscrossed opposite sides of the county over the weekend, shaking hands, posing for selfies and otherwise ...
      (Los Angeles Times)
      1. Competition fierce in Los Angeles County Board of Supervisor races
      2. In L.A. County supervisor campaigns, spending is likely to soar
      3. Candidates For LA County Board Of Supervisors Make Last-Minute Push For Votes

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      Supervisor Gloria Molina endorses John Duran for Yaroslavsky's seat
      2014-05-29
      Candidate John Duran added another high-profile endorsement to his run for Zev Yaroslavsky's open seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, winning praise from Supervisor Gloria Molina as a local Latino politician "who represents a younger ...
      (Los Angeles Times)
      1. Duran's chances look good going into 3rd District Supervisor's primary
      2. John Duran Endorsed by Supervisor Gloria Molina
      3. Garcetti endorses John Duran

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      Mayor Garcetti Endorses John Duran for L.A. County Supervisor
      2014-05-28
      Share Update: Joining a small but influential list of backers, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti endorsed John Duran on Wednesday to replace the retiring Zev Yaroslavsky on the Board of Supervisors. la-supes-20140528. Mayor Eric Garcetti endorsed John ...
      (KTLA)
      1. Mayor Eric Garcetti endorses John Duran for Board of Supervisors
      2. LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Endorses John Duran for Supervisor Seat
      3. LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Endorses John Duran for Supervisor

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      Los Angeles officials laud $1.25 billion federal grant for Purple Line
      2014-05-22
      Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky and the local congressional delegation. It is the largest single federal grant ever received in Los Angeles and includes a previously arranged $856 million low-interest ...
      (Los Angeles Daily News)
      1. LA gets Purple Line transit money, but will Angelenos leave their cars?
      2. $2.1 billion from feds means Purple Line construction can begin
      3. Feds approve $2.1 billion for Purple Line project

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      The MTA has proposed three fare increases over six years to cover rising costs ...
      2014-05-21
      But Supervisors Mark Ridley-Thomas and Zev Yaroslavsky and Mayor Eric Garcetti have made a sensible argument for postponing the vote on the second two fare increases, which were proposed for 2017 and 2020. Instead, they say, a task force of transit ...
      (Los Angeles Times)
      1. LA County MTA to vote on bus, train fare increases Thursday
      2. Transit fare hike hurts biggest users: Editorial
      3. Metro Riders, Clergy Join to Oppose MTA Fare Hikes

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      Under the proposed Garcetti motion, student transit fares would be temporarily ...
      2014-05-20
      Just when it looked like this Thursday's Metro board meeting would just see its high-stakes up-or-down vote on proposed fare increases, a new wrinkle emerges: a new Metro board motion [pdf] by Mayor Eric Garcetti and Supervisors Zev Yaroslavsky and ...
      (Streetsblog Los Angeles (blog))
      1. Officials will decide today whether to raise Metro bus and rail fares
      2. MTA Votes To Raise Train, Bus Fares For Commuters
      3. MTA to vote on rate hike

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