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Occidental College president rejects calls for resignation; City Council expands homeless efforts; Elysian Valley water main break

Elysian Heights | Mary-Austin Klein/Instagram

Elysian Heights | Mary-Austin Klein/Instagram

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  • Occidental College President Jonathan Veitch said he has no plans to resign in response to students protesters, who have demanded that he step down for failing to address concerns about racial tensions and a lack of diversity on campus. The Eagle Rock college’s board of trustees voted to support Veitch. KPCC
  • The L.A. City Council voted in favor of transforming city buildings and parking lots into temporary shelters this winter as part of efforts to assist the homeless. L.A. Times
  • Firefighters closed off the intersection of Blake and Meadowvale Avenue in Elysian Valley after a water main broke Wednesday night. EVNW
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