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LA County officials promise to count the votes of Independents who failed to fill in that bubble on Tuesday’s ballots. Why has a legislative leadership fight broken out in Sacramento? With all the talk of a settlement in the writers’ strike, why is it still a secret? On Reporter’s Notebook, Southern California is the car capitol of the world but for once the environment has trumped traffic control.
California’s Transportation Corridor Agency wants to build 16 miles of a 6-lane toll road across the Trestles marine estuary through San Onofre State Beach. The goal is to relieve the bottleneck on Interstate 5 in Southern Orange and Northern San Diego Counties. Last night, to the cheers of a crowd of 3500 people, the State Coastal Commission said, “no.”
Peter Douglas, Executive director of the California Coastal Commission