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Articles from the March 4, 2019 edition

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 By David Ganezer    Schools    March 4, 2019

SamoHi Wins LA Regional Science Bowl, Defeating UniHi and Arcadia High at JPL

This Saturday February 23, 2019 Santa Monica High Schools Ocean Science Bowl Team won the 20th Annual Los Angeles Regional Competition at JPL in Pasadena. "Team members included Ireland Neville, Ryan...

 

Water Rate Increase is Entirely Intended to Subsidize Development in Santa Monica

By January 8, when the City Council voted to increase water rates in the city, there had already been well-above-average rainfall throughout California. To date, California has received 18 trillion...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    News    March 4, 2019

Santa Monica City Council Doesn't Want to Hear From You

A proposal by the Santa Monica City Council to halve public speaker time from two minutes to one minute has roused vigorous criticism. The current Rules of Order for council meetings allows a speaker...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    News    March 4, 2019

City of Santa Monica to Demolish a House of God to Build Unaffordable Housing

2/28/19 This month, Community Corp. of Santa Monica was awarded a $10.7 million-dollar 'loan' from the Santa Monica Housing Trust Fund to acquire property at 1819 Pico Boulevard, across the street...

 

Local Girl Wins Title in Royal International Miss Pageant in Fullerton

2/17/19: On Sunday, Samantha Macklin competed in the Royal International Miss Pageant in Fullerton CA. She walked away with the title "Queen of RIM's Miss West Coast Jr. Teen." Samantha has been...

 

Over 20 Oscar Nominees Celebrated their Nominations at GBK's Exclusive Luxury Gifting Lounge

Over $50,000 in gifts were given out at GBK Production's Annual Pre-Oscar Luxury Lounge, held at the Opulent St. Supery by Chanel on Rodeo Drive which included Past and Present Oscar winners such as S...

 
 By Stan Greene    Business    March 4, 2019

Will General Motors' Lordstown Ohio Assembly Plant Get a Last Minute Reprieve?

General Motors announced last July that it intended to close 4 plants in North America, including the Lordstown Ohio facility employing, at one time, 14,500 UAW workers. Only about one third that...

 

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