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Armed Robbery Friday Night in Windsor Village

Armed Robbery Friday Night in Windsor Village

| February 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

There was an armed robbery on the 900 Block of S. Lucerne Blvd. at approximately 9:05 pm on Friday evening, February 17.  According to a message sent out Monday by the Windsor Village Association board, the details of the incident are as follows:  Three suspects approached the victim while in his/her driveway, pointed a gun at […]

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March 7 Elections:  Measures M and N

March 7 Elections: Measures M and N

| February 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

Every now and then, two ballot measures addressing the same issue in slightly different ways end up on an election ballot at the same time.  And a bit more rarely, supporters of one of those measures abandon their proposed measure in favor of the other.  This is exactly what has happened this year with Measures […]

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Larchmont Powerless in Friday Storm

Larchmont Powerless in Friday Storm

| February 18, 2017 | 1 Comment

A major rainstorm yesterday left many parts of our neighborhood – including the portion of the Larchmont Village business district south of Beverly Blvd. – without power for as long as 12 hours on Friday afternoon and evening.  Most (if not all) businesses on Larchmont lost power around noon, and while some closed fairly soon after […]

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Measure A Park Funding Roll Out Begins

Measure A Park Funding Roll Out Begins

| February 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

Planning for how to spend the funds generated by Measure A, the largest urban parks measure ever passed, is getting underway. Measure A won 73% voter approval on last fall’s ballot and will provide funds for parks and open space county-wide. Officially titled The Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks, Open Space, Beaches, Rivers and Water Conservation Measure, […]

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March 7 Elections:  Los Angeles Community College District

March 7 Elections: Los Angeles Community College District

| February 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

As many voters will admit, the Los Angeles Community College District elections are a lot more low-key, and possibly a lot less interesting to many people, than most of the other races on the spring ballot.  In fact, it’s likely that many voters haven’t even heard of any of the current candidates, and are not […]

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City Elections are March 7

City Elections are March 7

| February 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Next month, Angelenos can go to the polls to vote for a number of very important City offices in the March 7 municipal election. Officials elected in this cycle will serve longer terms (an extra 18 months) because of a recent voter-approved change in the election schedule, which aligns city election cycles with federal and state […]

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