Opinion

Letters to the Editor 1-12-2017
 January 12, 2017  Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 1-12-2017

More and louder Dear ER: I would like to thank Paul Gerhardt for his letter bringing the issue of overhead jetliners to light, or sound…

Former Easy Reader photographer and Hermosa helicopter pilot die in crash
 January 6, 2017  Kevin Cody

Former Easy Reader photographer and Hermosa helicopter pilot die in crash

Photographer Michael Justice, a long time contributor to Easy Reader, and helicopter pilot Christopher Reed, of Hermosa Beach, died Wednesday after their helicopter crashed in Los Angeles Harbor. Los Angeles Port Police divers recovered their bodies Thursday morning in the water near the Point Fermin Lighthouse, just down the hill from Justice’s San Pedro home.…

Letters to the Editor 1-05-2017
 January 5, 2017  Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 1-05-2017

Veteran salutes Rep. Lieu Dear ER: As an aging Vietnam combat veteran with purple hearts and a C.I.B. (Combat Infantrymen’s’ Badge), I find myself using…

Letters to the Editor 12-22-2016
 December 22, 2016  Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 12-22-2016

Parental jeopardy Dear ER: Thanks to the Hermosa Beach City Council and city staff for their support of our first “Parent Chat” on December 1,…

Letters to the Editor 12-15-2016
 December 18, 2016  Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 12-15-2016

Walk street style Dear ER: I agree that the Manhattan Beach walk streets should not be lined with these huge, overwhelming size houses. They look…

 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 mainly late at night. Some of these giant planes sound like they are going to land on our roof. Didn’t the beach cities install a device that would record the […]

 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 to get to the playoffs next season and should do whatever it takes to keep him. At the same time it’s better for Jansen and his family to stay since […]

 Judy Rae

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 thoughtless structures that have no relation to their environment. The city needs to set guidelines to protect unique neighborhoods like these. What’s right for the Hill Section (with its rising […]

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