National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Redondo Beach will take part in the 12th Annual DEA organized National Prescription Drug Take-Back campaign on Saturday, April 29, 2017. Redondo Beach will have a drop off site at 200 N. Pacific Coast Hwy. and will operate from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. During this time, unused, unwanted, […]
As Rep. Ted Lieu took the stage for an April 24 Town Hall, he was mostly met with adulation. Mostly.
by David Mendez As Congressman Ted Lieu took the stage before nearly 900 in attendance at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center on April 24, he was mostly met with adulation from scores of people, some holding signs offering their appreciation or thanks. Mostly. The front row of the auditorium held about a dozen people […]
Tonight, on April 20, a public hearing discussing local ordinances related to the Adult Use of Marijuana Act will be held by the Redondo Beach Planning Commission. The Adult Use of Marijuana Act, otherwise known as Proposition 64, was passed by voters on Nov. 8. That same night, the Redondo Beach City Council passed an […]
by David Mendez When John La Rock, Redondo Beach’s Community Services Director, visited his future home for the first time, he couldn’t help but be struck by the city’s Performing Arts Center. “I was coming up Aviation Boulevard in a taxi, and [coming up] that crest of Aviation…and I found the facility to be […]
by David Mendez As the members of North Redondo Girl Scout Troop 7485 got ready to unveil their Little Free Library in Redondo Beach’s Anderson Park on Tuesday, April 18, Minh Nguyen smiled. “We’re proud to say that it’s up to code,” he said. The project, a father/daughter program that was built with the […]
by David Mendez The City of Redondo Beach is cautiously continuing its look toward providing renewable energy for itself and its residents, directing staff to analyze the effects of participating in a joint agreement with other cities throughout the South Bay or L.A. County. The action is essentially a do-over of direction made on March […]
by David Mendez Much ado was made about envelopes at the Redondo Beach City Council’s April 11 meeting, when nearly an hour was spent discussing a Measure C-related resolution that was pulled from the agenda by popular request. At Council’s April 4 meeting, the City certified the March 7 election results, including zoning changes brought […]