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    Santa Monica NewsCity officials are proposing new rules governing rental units that would discourage or outright prevent landlords from offering leases of less than a year in length.
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    Santa Monica’s Rent Control Board formed a subcommittee comprised of local commissioners who have been tasked with finding a replacement for the board’s general counsel.
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    In the upcoming Presidential General Election, the program will expand to more than 300 secure and accessible boxes throughout the County, including Santa Monica. County officials are still conducting recruitment and selection for locations but the final ...
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    Despite safer-at-home orders, Westside beaches have remained packed with residents and tourists alike which has raised concerns of plastic pollution...
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    New charges have been filed against a former University of Southern California campus gynecologist accused of sexually assaulting young women...
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    The Los Angeles Unified School District will launch an aggressive coronavirus testing and contact tracing program for all students, staff...
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    Last week, I wrote about the horrible traffic in Sunset Park and how it was most likely the number one contributor to air pollution in that neighborhood, Santa Monica Airport notwithstanding.
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    A day of book panels and signings with best-selling authors in the Young Adult world comes to Santa Monica this...
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    Usually in the NBA, a player starts to see his production and ability decline once he reaches the age of 30. Instead, J.J. Redick gets better. On Friday, the 30-year-old shooting guard set a new ...
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    This “Santa Monica-based screenwriter” actually lives in Tarzana (in the Santa Monica Mountains…) so we had a good chuckle over a typical New York misapprehension about LA. But her novel’s no laughing matter; it’s an edge-of-your-seat thriller ...
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    CURT ANDERSON and MICHAEL BALSAMO Associated Press Law enforcement officials aren't sure whether they've discovered the last of the pipe...
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    The first locally-produced, hemp-based “milk” has hit the shelves of grocers throughout the Westside, and founders Drew Schwartz and Daniel...
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    The Santa Monica City Attorney's Office has obtained a $2 million court judgment against precious metals dealer Seacoast Coin, Inc.,...
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    Three council members are asking for an outside agency to expedite an analysis of the City’s response to recent looting and riots.
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    Last Wednesday the City launched the “Santa Monica Shines” COVID-19 assurance program to ensure businesses have the best safety practices and to encourage people to shop locally.
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    The new school year begins on Monday, but students will not be donning sports uniforms or packing up their instruments. All extracurricular activities will take place virtually and although sports teams cannot meet,
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    California added more than 140,000 jobs in July, lowering its historic high unemployment rate to 13.3% amid a coronavirus pandemic marked by stops and starts of the workplace that have plunged the world’s fifth largest economy into chaos. Normally ...
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    Standing amid an array of solar panels, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham told a national audience this week that she’s proud of instituting aggressive renewable energy mandates in her state. A day later, she touted the state’s move toward solar ...
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    Apologizing publicly for the first time for crimes their lawyers insisted for months they didn’t commit, “Full House” star Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, were sentenced to prison Friday for using their wealth and ...
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