Opinion

Letters to the Editor 12-8-2016
 December 8, 2016  Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 12-8-2016

Low and loud Dear ER: There seems to be many more low flying commercial airliners from LAX over North Hermosa Beach. This seems to occur…

Letters to the Editor 12-01-2016
 December 6, 2016  Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 12-01-2016

  A pitch for Jansen Dear ER: Love Kenley (“Kenley Jansen honored by Redondo Beach City Council,” ER November 24, 2016). The Dodgers need him…

Sandbox – Unfriendly architecture

Sandbox – Unfriendly architecture

Ultrafication and the absence of limits in Manhattan Beach Unfriendly architecture Dear ER: The charm of Manhattan Beach’s Flat Walk Streets is being destroyed by…

Letters to the Editor 11-24-2016
 November 28, 2016  Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 11-24-2016

A Shore thing Dear ER: Fifty percent of new Manhattan Beach houses built between the ocean and Valley Drive have basements (*Absence of limits,” ER…

Letters to the Editor 11-17-2016
 November 17, 2016  Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 11-17-2016

Doing your parents proud Dear ER: I opened my mail this evening to find an envelope from Eich Middle School in Roseville California. A dear…

 Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 11-10-2016

Staged right Dear ER: Theater director Mickey Blaine is a genius and has impacted so many lives at Vistamar School, where theater is an experience every student can have (“A different slant to theater,” ER November 3, 2016). Thanks for the great article. Pam Davis Facebook comment New eyesore Dear ER: An old home on […]

 Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 11-03-2016

  End pays for the means Dear ER: Ugly political campaigns are nothing new to the South Bay. I covered the Congressional race that pitted Republican incumbent Robert K. Dornan against Democratic challenger Gary Familian for Easy Reader in 1976 (“Race to the bottom,” ER October 27, 2016). The mudslinging was particularly intense, fueled by […]

 Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 10-27-2016

Explosive issue Dear ER: Southern California Gas Company has recently appeared twice before the Manhattan Beach City Council and both times declined to address a serious problem that threatens the health and safety of all beach cities residents. Their nearby, deteriorating Playa del Rey natural gas storage facility contains 2.6 billion cubic feet of pressurized […]

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