Category Archives: County Supervisors

Ordinance 41.18 Misunderstood by Some Councilmembers

City Ordinance 41.18, which was passed in 2021 by the City Council is now coming under fire from Councilmember Katy Yaroslavsky and incoming Council President Marqueece Harris Dawson, who do not understand its purpose. This ordinance is not meant to … Continue reading

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Topanga Canyon Boulevard Reopens Today, June 2, 2024

Topanga Canyon Boulevard that linked Pacific Coast Highway with the San Fernando Valley, will reopen today, Sunday, June 2. The road was closed on March 9, when a rainstorm triggered a mud slide, closing a portion of State Route 27. … Continue reading

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“Lola’s Folly” Would Have Allowed More Felons Roaming LA

By KRISHNA THANGAVELU There are serious crimes waves in areas of Los Angeles, such as Westchester and also in Santa Monica. Residents in Westchester are taking shooting lessons and families do not feel safe in their homes, at day or … Continue reading

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Political Vendor Sets up on Via de la Paz

A street vendor, with politically-themed T-shirts, hats and other memorabilia is selling on the sidewalk on Via de la Paz. There have been several residents upset about not only selling on the sidewalk, but also his merchandize that includes T-shirts … Continue reading

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Safe Parking: The Emperor’s New Clothes

Hans Christian Anderson wrote a folk tale about an emperor who is obsessed with fancy new clothes, and spent lavishly on them at the expense of the state. Two con men, posing as weavers, offer to supply the emperor with … Continue reading

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Two Items of Interest: Sand Cleaning and Library Bench

Public Works Cleans the Sand from Bike Path Just in time for a beautiful weekend, L.A. County Public Works cleaned the sand from the bike path last Friday, April 26, at Will Rogers State Historic Beach. After several extremely windy … Continue reading

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