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Archive for June 20th, 2012

Just a Thought – Confessions of a P.E.M.P. (Proud El Marino Parent)

Just a Thought – Confessions of a P.E.M.P. (Proud El Marino Parent)

I am a P.E.M.P. It's true. I have spent the greater part of the last decade being a Proud El Marino Parent. It has been one of the most interesting, challenging and exhausting experiences of my life, and I'm done.  The time has come to explore other options. One of the most important things I teach my children is that's it's ok to change your mind. Whatever you commit to, you should commit [...]

Expo Line is Open ! (and buslines #1 and #7 are free today -)

Expo Line is Open ! (and buslines #1 and #7 are free today -)

The official Expo Culver City Station opened at 12 noon today, June 20th. Phase I of the Metro Expo Line is a new $932 million, 8.6-mile light rail line from downtown Los Angeles to Culver City. It has 12 stations with two stations shared with the Metro Blue Line. The new light rail serves USC, Exposition Park, the Mid-City communities, the Crenshaw District and Culver City. Culver City [...]

Crime Blotter – Call the Police

Crime Blotter – Call the Police

Crime Blotter for June 12th through June 18th. Vandalism: On June 12, 2012 at 9:05 am, a victim came to the police department to report her Toyota Camry had been vandalized. The victim said she parked and locked her vehicle in the 3200 block of Raintree Circle on 06/12/12 at 6:00 pm. The next morning she returned at 7:30 am, and discovered unknown suspect(s) had keyed her vehicle. Commercial [...]

City Council Listens to Voters on Fracking and Funding

City Council Listens to Voters on Fracking and Funding

The City Council meeting of Monday, June 18 had a small population and a different perspective; just listening to the people. With a minimalist agenda and an open invitation to talk to the council about finances, the meeting was the first in a series to solicit discussion about the city's financial crisis. Beginning with the repercussions of the previous Tuesday's fracking information meeting, [...]