• Santa Monica Daily Press
    That city government should be transparent and City Council and staff should respectfully listen to residents before deciding things. That the streets should be safe. Our tax money spent judiciously.
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    At the outbreak of COVID-19, native Westside resident Gaby Cornejo was studying in Great Britain, stressing on how she would make it home to the United States. Today, the rising senior finds herself a college student in Missouri,
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Tonight, the City Council will take next steps in the redevelopment of a 2.57-acre site at the corner of 5th/Arizona in downtown Santa Monica. Purchased with public funds, the site combines nine contiguous parcels,
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    What's the Point? column smdp
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    In 2013, the City Council approved construction of a large market rate residential project on property that housed a thriving mobile home park community known as Village Trailer Park (VTP). The developer who got the approval had bought VTP a few years earlier and had the property rezoned for its new project .
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    What do they tell us about our choices today? Movi(e)ng targets

 Discussion of purchasing and redeveloping the 5th/Arizona site was already underway in the late 1990s/early 2000 when I was on the City Council.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Thanks to a collaboration between Santa Monica College and the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, high-school freshmen have enjoyed the opportunity to earn college credits while they are still working to receive a high school diploma.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Join Santa Monica community members, members of the Public Safety Reform Advisory Committee, and members of City of Santa Monica staff on Thursday, July 30, at 7 p.m. for a community listening session.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Santa Monica High School will hold a panel discussion at 5 p.m. Tuesday to provide a chance for the community to hear directly from students and community members who have experienced racially charged attacks on and beyond school grounds.
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    Likewise, the number of intensive care unit beds could be exhausted sometime in July. Santa Monica’s case count has surpassed 400. These benchmarks are a signal that we are very much still in ...
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    Malibu Unified School District confirmed its commitment to anti-racism in a letter Thursday addressed to parents, guardians and staff.
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    Al Fresco bike and/or parking lanes outdoor retail program
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Our then President, Franklin Roosevelt, desperately wanted to help England but his hands were tied, primarily by the “America First” movement. (Which still exists today as part of Donald Trump’s base.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    COVID-19 is rapidly becoming one of the most dangerous health conditions in Los Angeles and the disease is now the second leading cause of death countywide.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    State Assemblymember Richard Bloom could be working on creating more affordable housing in Santa Monica. Instead, when the California legislature returns from recess July 27, Bloom will be advocating for dense luxury housing,
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District provided an update this week on its various construction projects that were made possible by previously approved bond measures. “As planning for Fall 2020 instruction and future improvements to our schools ...
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Kids from Santa Monica High School, Granada High School, and Nobel Middle School celebrated 4th of July by helping other students in need While neighborhoods scaled back on the 4th of July celebration due to the rising number of Coronavirus cases ...
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Fire Departments across Los Angeles County are launching an educational outreach campaign to encourage firefighters to remain vigilant about COVID-19 protections while on calls and in their stations.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Malibu Unified School District has revised its interdistrict permit policies and is now requiring an annual verification process for students who wish to retain a permit heading into future school years.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Of the 2,232 confirmed COVID-19 cases currently hospitalized, 26% of these people are confirmed cases in the ICU and 19% are confirmed cases on ventilators. Santa Monica has reported 554 cases.
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