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Real Estate Sales

| June 27, 2024 | 0 Comments

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LAUSD votes to ban smartphone usage

LAUSD votes to ban smartphone usage

| June 27, 2024 | 0 Comments

Action follows Pilgrim’s ‘no cell phone’ policy In our June issue, the Larchmont Chronicle ran an article about the positive change that local TK-to-12th grade Pilgrim School saw this year after using Yondr pouches to implement a “no cell phones” policy during the school day. On June 18, the board of the Los Angeles Unified […]

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Hochman, vying for District Attorney, visits Larchmont

Hochman, vying for District Attorney, visits Larchmont

| June 27, 2024 | 0 Comments

Nathan Hochman is campaigning to be elected the next District Attorney (DA) of Los Angeles County. In late June, he told a group of locals, “The race is not about politics, but who is going to keep you safe for the next four years.” He emphasized that California law specifies that the position of County […]

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Farewells abound for retiring Senior Lead Officer Joe Pelayo

Farewells abound for retiring Senior Lead Officer Joe Pelayo

| June 27, 2024 | 0 Comments

Senior Lead Officer (SLO) Joe Pelayo is retiring at the end of June after being part of the neighborhood for the last 17 years. His own community police station, the Olympic Division of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), along with the Wilshire Rotary Club, celebrated his service to the city last month. LAPD Olympic […]

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Wildest fundraiser ever; SVMOW enjoyed Paramount Studios

Wildest fundraiser ever; SVMOW enjoyed Paramount Studios

| June 27, 2024 | 0 Comments

The wildest fundraiser around, the Beastly Ball, took place June 1 at the Los Angeles Zoo. Attendees wandered the zoo after hours dressed in safari chic. The fundraiser has been hosted annually by the zoo and the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association since 1971. This year, it raised more than $1.25 million for the zoo’s […]

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Condo residents transform parkway into sustainable landscape

Condo residents transform parkway into sustainable landscape

| June 27, 2024 | 0 Comments

In an effort to keep their homeowners association (HOA) fees stable, residents living in the 29-unit, three-story condominium at 4407 Francis Ave. (in Windsor Village) took advantage of a rebate program offered through the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP). Board members were aware that a significant chunk of HOA fees paid the […]

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