NEWS

Expanded Service at the Senior Center

July 29, 2015 | by Darren UhlThere are now two counselors available at the Senior Center for the Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program who can provide free, unbiased counseling.
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Rains Helped Little, but Good News Is Coming

July 29, 2015 | by Ari L. NoonanDid the recent record mid-July rains provide any meaningful relief from the four-year-old drought? “Just a momentary blip,” says Public Works Director Charles Herbertson..
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‘Fake Parking Ticket’ Is Killed

July 29, 2015 | by Ari L. NoonanRe: “She Claims Parking Ticket Is False”  Hours after Josie Roman went public yesterday with her complaint that on Wednesday, July 8, she had.
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$15 Is Nice Idea – for Others, Says Shulman

July 29, 2015 | by Ari L. Noonan“The real problem is not being addressed,” said restaurant owner Alan Shulman. “Fifteen dollars an hour. I am not against raising the minimum wage,.
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Why Council Voted Aye on Climate Bill

July 28, 2015 | by Ari L. NoonanAlthough some City Council members in the past have questioned the wisdom of endorsing state and national initiatives, at last evening’s meeting they unanimously.
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Is Synthetic Grass a Drought Solution?

July 28, 2015 | by Jessica ErnstbergerAnaheim-based Synthetic Grass Warehouse  is leading the charge for water conservation. With the drought in full swing, residents  still are abusing water rights when.
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Brentwood vs. Archer Over Building Plans

July 28, 2015 | by John SchwadaBrentwood residents say a massive campus building project planned by the Archer School for Girls will seriously worsen the gridlock on a 1.2 mile.
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Will the Air Be Cleaner at El Marino Next Month?

July 28, 2015 | by Ari L. NoonanLess than a month before the new school term begins, can students and parents at El Marino Language School anticipate improved air in classrooms.
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