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Tom LaBonge honored with a native plant forest

Tom LaBonge honored with a native plant forest

| January 26, 2023 | 0 Comments

Atop Mt. Hollywood in Griffith Park   Four score, or more, hikers headed from Griffith Observatory up to the top of Mt. Hollywood on Jan. 7 to dedicate the Tom LaBonge Memorial Forest. Family and friends including former Mayor Eric Garcetti saluted the late, revered councilman of the former Fourth District. It was the second […]

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New mayor hard at work

New mayor hard at work

| January 26, 2023 | 0 Comments

Homelessness tops her agenda; move-in underway for Getty House in Windsor Square Before Mayor Karen Bass left for the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Washington, D.C. in mid-January, she spoke with us about her rapid-fire actions to help alleviate homelessness since taking office just one month before. The solution will take “all hands on deck,” […]

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Trees fall, streets flood, in heavy storms

Trees fall, streets flood, in heavy storms

| January 26, 2023 | 0 Comments

City clean-up crews respond quickly   Local streets and sidewalks were flooded during the downpours of mid-January, toppling trees and spreading debris. Crews from the city Public Works and Recreation and Parks departments reacted quickly, cleaning up most of the impacted areas by the next day, before new storms arrived. A mature pine tree fell, […]

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New on Larchmont: bakery, stores

New on Larchmont: bakery, stores

| January 26, 2023 | 0 Comments

New wine buyer also made wines Larchmont Village Wine, Spirits & Cheese has found a new wine buyer: Jesse Mangiagli. Since 2014, Mangiagli has been travelling the world making wine in such places as Oregon, Central California, Napa Valley, South Africa and New Zealand. This is the wine aficionado’s first foray into the retail side […]

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Locking arms  to address  homelessness  is top of mayor’s agenda

Locking arms to address homelessness is top of mayor’s agenda

| December 29, 2022 | 0 Comments

During her inauguration speech on Dec. 11, Mayor Karen Bass emphasized the need for all Angelenos to “lock arms” to address homelessness. She said that the voters elected her to lead and that she would, adding: “But I am also asking you, Angelenos, to join me in moving our city forward. “In addition to asking […]

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Hancock Park has been planting trees

Hancock Park has been planting trees

| December 29, 2022 | 0 Comments

Mid-December saw landscape workers and their vehicles along several streets in Hancock Park. They were there for a big project — planting approximately 25 trees in community parkways. Funds from dues collected from members of the Hancock Park Homeowners Association (HPHOA) pay for the project, said HPHOA president Cindy Chvatal-Keane. She and members of the […]

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