Opinion

Letters to the Editors 7-21-2016
 July 21, 2016  Judy Rae

Letters to the Editors 7-21-2016

Tilting the table Dear ER: I am very much in favor of the new California law (Senate Bill 415) that would encourage more voter participation…

 July 14, 2016  Judy Rae

Letter to the Editor 7-14-2016

  Letter to the Editor 7-14-2016 Learn from the past Dear ER: I read with interest the letter to the editor last week regarding cancelling…

Letters to the Editor 7-7-2016
 July 7, 2016  Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 7-7-2016

Ultrafication Editor’s note: The following Letters to the Editor were selected from Facebook comments posted on last week’s cover story, “Ultrafication: Manhattan Beach’s ultra wealthy…

Letters to the Editor 6/30/16
 June 30, 2016  Kevin Cody

Letters to the Editor 6/30/16

Freeze ‘em before the next meltdown Dear ER: I spent several hours watching the Manhattan Beach City Council debate the budget for the next fiscal…

Letters to the Editor 6-23-2016

Letters to the Editor 6-23-2016

RBPD style Dear ER: Redondo Beach Police have always been the best of all the police in the South Bay (“Police find suspect in fatal…

 Kevin Cody

Letters to the Editor 6/16/16

Letters to the Editor 6/16/16

Tee off the green Dear ER: Metlox has space that was set aside for valet operations years ago (Manhattan Council to consider golf car fleet,” ER 26, 2016). No current parking spaces would be eliminated. This is an excellent, green solution to our parking problem. The Metlox location would serve as a charging station. Residents […]

 Kevin Cody

Letters to the Editor 6/02/16

School myths Dear ER: I would like to dispel some myths about Hermosa Beach Measure S. First, the Hermosa Beach Community Center (formerly Pier Avenue Junior High) is fully utilized, serving members of our community, young and old. It is not for sale. The city cannot sell the Community Center to the school district for […]

 Kevin Cody

Letters to the Editor 5/26/16

Letters to the Editor 5/26/16

Generosity of strangers Dear ER: When I was five years old, people I never met paid for my first kindergarten classroom. In fact, they paid for the whole school. It had a big auditorium where I took my first steps on a stage. It had a large grassy field where you could run and run, […]

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