The Redondo Beach Police Officers Association this week agreed to a six percent wage concession, preventing the city from implementing a proposed “Plan B” to layoff six officers.
The Bristol Farms grocery store in Riviera Village will close sometime in August, according to officials from the company, its landlord, and the district’s city councilman.
Army Spc. Sean Ambriz had just arrived back in the States after a year in Afghanistan last month when the plane he was in malfunctioned. It was a commercial airliner flying out of Maine, headed to Colorado – Ambriz was headed back to Fort Carson – and one of its engines stopped working.
The Redondo Unified School District sees a decline in the value of its surplus property as it seeks increased lease revenue to offset state education cuts.
The annual Fourth of July celebration
Shortly before American celebrated its first Independence Day anniversary in 1777, future president John Adams wrote in a letter to his wife Abigail, “The day will be the most memorable in the history of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival. It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parades, bonfires and illuminations [fireworks] from one end of the continent to the other from this day forward, forevermore.”
Parents and teachers filled the boardroom at Redondo Beach Unified School District headquarters Tuesday night in hopes of saving jobs and books. But the school board, facing a $3.6 million budget deficit, reluctantly passed a budget that includes the layoffs of 16 teachers and the elimination of a popular language arts workbook.
The City Council Tuesday night approved a budget that closes a $7.2 million shortfall. But the adopted budget is balanced in part by laying off six police officers and demoting two others.
Police are investigating whether or not a collision between a Hermosa Beach motorcycle patrol officer and a driver he stopped on Artesia Boulevard in Redondo Beach was an accident or an intentional assault.
A federal appeals court last week overturned a lower court’s decision that had prevented the city of Redondo Beach from enforcing the anti-solicitation ordinance used in the arrests of day laborers along Artesia and Manhattan Beach boulevards six years ago.
Redondo Beach city employees are being asked to voluntarily accept a six percent wage reduction for the second year in a row as the City Council attempts to meet a $7 million budget gap.
by Kevin Cody
Ten years ago, Dan Buettner, author of the 2009 New York Times bestseller The Blue Zones began visiting communities with high life expectancies. The Beach Cities Health District is hoping to convince Buettner and his Healthways Blue Zones Vitality City team to teach beach city residents what he learned.
by Mark McDermott Democratic Congresswoman Jane Harman will face Republican Mattie Fein after each dispatched their respective party opponents in Tuesday’s primary elections. Harman easily beat challenger Marcy Winograd, earning nearly 59 percent of the vote to Winograd’s 41 percent. Fein earned 50 percent of the vote in the GOP primary, outdistancing candidates Pete Kesterson, […]