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SaMo's Watching Its Neighborhoods

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Santa Monica wants to make sure its eight neighborhoods stay relatively intact--the city council's been talking neighborhood conservation, which under its new Land Use and Circulation Element "redirects intensive residential market pressure away from existing neighborhoods through the creation of new housing opportunities along the City’s boulevards and transit corridors ? The plan also proposes strategies designed to give residents more control over the type of changes occurring in their neighborhoods.” [SMM]