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 May 19, 2018  Ryan McDonald

Commission rejects plan for ‘granny flats’

by Ryan McDonald The Hermosa Beach Planning Commission unanimously opposed advancing an ordinance governing accessory dwelling units at its Tuesday night meeting, signaling serious concern…

Olympus Boardshop gets Boardwalk reprieve
 May 19, 2018  David Mendez

Olympus Boardshop gets Boardwalk reprieve

  by David Mendez Jeremy Godo Kiss couldn’t get away from the hugs, handshakes, and smiles after Tuesday night’s Redondo Beach City Council meeting —…

Surf Concepts to close after 29 years
 May 19, 2018  Mark McDermott

Surf Concepts to close after 29 years

by Mark McDermott Surf Concepts, the revered surf shop which was the first of its kind in Manhattan Beach, is closing after 29 years. Owner…

 May 19, 2018  Mark McDermott

LOVE mural again rejected due to pier location requirement

  by Mark McDermott Loves me, loves me not: the months-long saga of the proposed loan of the iconic LOVE sculpture came to a likely…

Light prevails in CenterCal CEQA suit
 May 19, 2018  David Mendez

Light prevails in CenterCal CEQA suit

Judge rules City must re-study ramp, view and Lagoon impacts by David Mendez CenterCal’s waterfront redevelopment plan was dealt another blow in court when a…

 Ryan McDonald

Hermosa Beach Planning Commission rejects ‘granny flats’ ordinance

Hermosa Beach Planning Commission rejects ‘granny flats’ ordinance

by Ryan McDonald The Hermosa Beach Planning Commission unanimously opposed advancing an ordinance governing accessory dwelling units at its Tuesday night meeting, signaling serious concern with the ways recent California laws could impact Hermosa’s quality of life and community character. In an effort to comply with new rules from the state legislature, the proposed ordinance […]

 Ryan McDonald

South Bay support sought for fast-track of Metro rail project

by Ryan McDonald There are few places harder to reach from the South Bay than West Hollywood: no freeway passes through it, and those that will bring drivers near it are constantly packed. But with a bit of help from regional transportation officials, residents could be able to get there in less than 40 minutes […]

 Mark McDermott

Young, local writer debuts novel at {pages}

Young, local writer debuts novel at {pages}

by Taylor Friedlander The man swiveled his arm around his back, his weathered fingers grazing the alien-like flesh protruding from his scapula. Looking over his shoulder he observed the reflection of his backside in the mirror. There was the puckered line of his spine, sloping shoulders, graying hair. And, then there were his wings. He […]

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