Glassell Park condos proposed, Metro wants to replace day passes and tokens; Cal State LA research focused on spinal cord injuries

Condos:  A developer is planning to build a total of six condominiums on empty lots at 3152 and 3146 Verdugo Place in Glassell Park, according to filings with the Planning Department.

Fares: Metro has proposed the elimination of day passes and tokens and shifting their value to TAP cards. The public is invited to comment on the changes ahead of a public hearing on Jan. 17. KPCC

Spinal Injuries:  A team of Cal State L.A. students and faculty are using a $600,000 grant  to develop a motivational in-home exercise and wireless monitoring system for people with spinal cord injuries. CSU

Lost in Glassell Park: Persian cat named Meeko

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