• Santa Monica Daily Press
    That totals more than $100 billion, a big number that does not include ancillary services such as food, medical care and treatment for mental illness, drug addiction and alcoholism. However, it might be a bargain if,
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    The grant program has expanded to serve small businesses ($15,000 or $20,000 per grant) and nonprofits ($20,000 or $25,000 per grant).
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    Council preserved a controversial proposal to allow denser development along Santa Monica’s traditionally commercial streets.
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    Overview: California and other parts of the West are facing heavy snow and rain from the latest winter storm to pound the United States. The National Weather Service has issued blizzard warnings for the Sierra Nevada and Southern California mountains.
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    The long vacant, seismically unsafe and recently "surplus" Civic Center Auditorium could become a gym facility for Santa Monica High School.
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    When the last of the Wendel siblings died in 1931, the world assumed that the childless family had no heirs to inherit their vast wealth and New York real-estate empire. Thousands came forward to try
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    Governor Gavin Newsom has announced the availability of $907 million in grant funding to address the immediate housing and treatment needs of people experiencing homelessness and serious behavioral he
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    The ceiling at Will Rogers Learning Community is in need of repair that could result in students being relocated while the work is done. Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District Chief Operations Officer Carey Upton told the Board of Education at their Feb.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The political debate over California’s highest-in-the-nation homelessness has boiled down to money with Gov. Gavin Newsom and local officials at odds.
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    A brutal winter storm knocked out power in California, closed interstate highways from Arizona to Wyoming and prompted nearly 1,500 flight cancellations Wednesday — and the worst won’t be over for several days. In the Los Angeles area, a weather ...
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    A recent report from the California Department of Education which classified chronic absenteeism rates in the district as 'high.'
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    SMPD Homeless Liaison Team officers responded to the 100 block of Strand for a radio call stating two male transients were menacing people passing by with sharp metal objects.  Upon arrival officers located one individual in an encampment at the location.
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    On February 2, at approximately 1:30 p.m. SMPD Officers responded to the 2000 block of 21st Street for someone "snooping" around a property. There were 3 prior calls with a very similar subject descri
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    How else would a developer make any money? By the way, the population of Santa Monica is growing marginally, and Ocean Park in particular, already is greatly diverse economically, with rent control throughout the neighborhood. And what about the existing ...
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Four years ago Rihanna courageously turned down the tempting Super Bowl offer because of the league’s inherent racism and crass commercialism over social conscience, as epitomized by their treatment of star Colin Kaepernick for protesting racism by taking a knee.
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    The state keeps spending more to address the crisis, and the crisis keeps getting worse. So where, they ask, is all the money going?
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    State rules say when it rains and snows a lot in California, much of that water must stay in the rivers to act as a conveyer belt for salmon.
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    Small businesses in Santa Monica could benefit from a post pandemic recovery fund following Tuesday’s unanimous vote to move forward by the City Council
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    Santa Monica’s civic meetings will return to in-person participation on March 1 following the expiration of the COVID-19 Emergency Order
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    Parking and loading spaces for local Santa Monica businesses could double from two to four providing certain criteria are met
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