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.
Manhattan Beach’s Polliwog Park has once again flooded, due to the heavy rains that began late last week. The City noted on its Facebook page that Polliwog is actually designed to flood: “It looks pretty dramatic, but remember, Polliwog Lake is just doing its job. The pond functions as a retention basin for LA County […]
by Ryan McDonald The Manhattan Beach City council unanimously agreed Tuesday night on a plan to replace the aging Peck Reservoir, stabilizing the city’s largest water storage facility and rejecting proposed plans to add recreational facilities to the area. The 5-0 vote approves a plan to drain and tear down the existing structure, located […]