Roughly Speaking podcast: Halloween special: Best of horror movie music (episode 168)


Regional planners say that the population increase in the Antelope Valley would inevitably require residential and commercial development. “Growth is going to happen,” says a senior planner for Los Angeles County. “Our goal is how to try and accommodate it.” But Acton residents are angry about a San Francisco developer’s plans to build at least five restaurants, including a Panda Express Chinese food chain, a Subway sandwich shop and a Starbucks in Acton.
Carlos Chavez / Los Angeles Times
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