The Redondo Beach City Council has endorsed AES’ plan to replace its power plant with Harbor Village, a ballot initiative that proposes a 50-acre commercial, retail, and residential development that would bring 600 new single-family homes, 250 hotel rooms, and 85,000 square feet of commercial development to the waterfront power plant site.
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At one point of the interview, I asked Wally if he had any memorabilia from his playing days? He then turned to his wife and said, “Martha, would you please bring me those bats.” Moments later, I was holding Wally’s old 36-inch, 38 ounce bat — and The Babe’s bat from 1935. I was in Baseball Heaven. Read more »
Amid warnings from state agencies that a city lacks the authority to regulate fishing on its pier, Manhattan Beach adopted a new set of fishing regulations Tuesday that will limit the use of certain gears when the ban on pier fishing lifts in two weeks. Read more »
Barbara Grasso has always fought for constitutional rights. But the 78-year-old former workers’ rights lawyer never thought she’d have to do so in her retirement home.
Grasso was the president of the residents’ association at Casa de Los Amigos, a 136-unit independent senior living center on Catalina Avenue in Redondo Beach, until its disbandment at the end of last year -- a dissolution she says was encouraged by Casa management. In an effort to revive the association, early this summer she posted flyers on bulletin boards throughout the complex. Read more »