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Lincoln Heights chase ends in Commerce; new Riverside Bridge celebrated; 10 townhomes planned for Cypress Park

Eastside Scene: Mayor Eric Garcetti and Riverside Roundabout sculptures, Cypress Park | Kevin Break

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  • The pursuit of a reckless driving suspect that began in Lincoln Heights ended in the City of Commerce, where the driver surrendered to police after crashing into into another motorist and a utility pole. Daily News
  • The new Riverside Bridge connecting Cypress Park and Elysian Valley was panned and praised during a grand opening event. Daily News
  • Plans are in the works to demolish a Cypress Park auto body shop and build 10 townhomes at 599 W Avenue 28. The Planning Department has scheduled a Feb. 8 request to carve up the property into 10 lots for single-family homes with two-car garages. Planning Department
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4 comments

  1. Garcetti is really proud of those weird egg face statues I guess

  2. NeighborhoodSniper

    Am I the only one where the egg looking faces remind me of aliens?

  3. Those are totally alien pods. The invasion has begun!

  4. Beam him up someone. Anyone. Please.

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