David Yale

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Deputy Executive Officer for Countywide Regional Planning and Development at LA Metro

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Two major construction projects under way in Los Angeles could be stopped in their tracks, according to today's  Daily News .

Budget Woes Could Stop Transportation Projects in Their Tracks

Two major construction projects under way in Los Angeles could be stopped in their tracks, according to today's Daily News .

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