Steve Napolitano’s job as a chief of staff for recently termed out Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe had its share of challenges. Knabe’s office handled everyday life concerns of the Fourth Supervisorial District; with 27 independent cities and various incorporated areas totalling more than 2 million people, it has a constituency larger than the […]
by Ryan McDonald The Manhattan Beach City Council approved a program to purchase streetlights from Southern California Edison at its Tuesday night meeting, a move that officials hope could net the city revenue in years to come. The unanimous vote approves a purchase and sale agreement with Edison, and will allow the city to […]
by Ryan McDonald Tony D’Errico’s time in politics so far has been helped by his rare gift of being able to see Manhattan Beach through two sets of eyes: his, and those of his wife. D’Errico moved to the city from New York 21 years ago. He fell in love with the area and, not […]
An estimated 750,000 marchers participated in the Los Angeles Women’s March on January 21, the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Hermosa Beach resident Missy Sheldon and Manhattan beach resident April Wayland organized a bus of marchers that departed from Hermosa Beach. Another three buses departed from Manhattan Beach.