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Dodger Bus Service To Begin July 25

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A follow up on last week's proposal going to committee and City Council: "The Los Angeles City Council decided unanimously today [Friday] to spend $70,000 to offer DASH bus service to Dodger games beginning July 25 and going through the end of the season. The council meeting was pretty much a replay of Wednesday's transportation committee meeting -- with the Dodgers saying they wouldn't pay and Councilman Bill Rosendahl complaining that they should," Steve Hymon reports at the LA Times.

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