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Articles from the January 29, 2019 edition

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We Can't House All the Homeless, But At Least we can Count Them

On Wednesday night, volunteers in Santa Monica and across Los Angeles County conducted the annual Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count. From 10:30 pm until 2:30 am, volunteers in teams canvassed the...

 

Cal Fire Clears PG&E of Liability for Napa Fire, Blaming a Private Electrical Facility Instead

Sacramento - Cal Fire has essentially exonerated Pacific Gas & Electric from liability for the fire that destroyed parts of Napa, California. This xould mean that PG&E, the State's largest...

 

How Heaven Must Look at Night -- A Evening of Art and Culture in Las Vegas

Even though Edible Skinny spends quite a good amount in the desert oasis of Las Vegas (this is due to the fact that my official residence is here (when not on the road...)), I sometimes forget to...

 

Council Appoints Ana Maria Jara to Fill Vacancy on Santa Monica City Council

To the surprise of no one, the Santa Monica City Council appointed longtime resident and community activist Ana M. Jara to fill the city council seat vacated by Tony Vazquez. Vazquez resigned in...

 
 By Samuel Alioto    News    January 29, 2019

Mudslide Closes California Ramp in Santa Monica Tuesday Morning

A small mudslide onto the California Ramp has closed the road to traffic on Tuesday morning. The City sent out the following general e mail at 7 am Tuesday morning: "The City of Santa Monica is...

 

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