Save the Lakes
The El Segundo City Council (the “ESSC”) is abolishing The Lakes golf course as we know it and love it.
Outrage over outages
Assembly Bill 66 (State Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi) – requires utility companies to provide annual reports on the frequency and duration of outages and would give the California Public Utilities Commission authority to require remediation of infrastructure deficiencies if repeated outages occur in the same region.
City council silence
The Hermosa City Council’s refusal to research, discuss & articulate a position prior to the culmination of a new final environmental impact report is a disservice to the community.
Two years ago, David Cohn successfully ran a hurtful and vicious campaign for Treasurer of the City of Hermosa Beach against John Workman.
Hermosa’s parking issue
As owner of Java Man, I can report that a lot of early morning customers park on Pier Avenue, get their coffee and go on their way.
Hail the chief
The HermosaCity council has announced that they have asked Michael McCrary to take over the Chief’s position for an undisclosed tenure.
MB school funds
To set the record straight, Proposition 30 was NOT endorsed by the MBUSD School Board of Trustees, the MBEF, nor the PTA.
Dear ER: The Manhattan Beach Police states that they are ticketing persons bicycling on The Strand, rather than the bike path because of safety concerns…
Dear ER: Thanks to the Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce for organizing another great St. Patrick’s Day Parade. [But] I took my two kids (9 and 12 years old) to the parade, thinking it was a family friendly event…
In recent years the Hermosa Beach City Council has been very busy. They have held lots of special meetings, have created numerous committees, but somehow they have missed the most important stuff…
Following the Jan. 29 forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters of the Beach Cities (LWVBC) and the Redondo Beach Public Library on the proposed Redondo Beach Power Plant, many people asked the League of Women Voters of the Beach Cities to take a position on Measure A, the March 5, 2013 Redondo Beach ballot initiative to rezone the AES property on Harbor Drive…
Dear ER: When we purchased our home in southern Hermosa Beach, we knew we were buying a home near a power plant…
Thanks to the League of Women Voters for sponsoring the recent Measure A forum. There are additional questions I would like answered…
Dear ER: Citizens of Redondo Beach, from the most eastern part of North Redondo to the most southern part of West Redondo…
Dear ER: Imagine waking up on Sunday morning, going to church, picking up the paper, getting donuts and coffee and just beginning to relax and enjoy your day off.