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Articles from the May 25, 2020 edition

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City Should Continue to fund parks and recreation fields during these extraordinary times

We hope that the Santa Monica City Council will vote to continue to fund parks and recreation fields during these extraordinary times. Specifically we hope that access to Clover Park, Memorial Park,...

 
 By Stan Greene    News    May 25, 2020

NYC Nurse Claims She Was Reassigned For Discouraging the Use of Ventilators in Coronavirus Cases

90% of Covid19 patients who are placed on ventilators die anyway. This is a statistical fact. Erin Marie says that she is Registered Nurse in Queens, and also a former E5 Sargeant in the US Army. She...

 
 By Leonard Brophy    News    May 25, 2020

Good News Unless You're a Landlord: Forced Rent Freeze Could Be Coming

Never a stranger to trying to do things they have no legal authority to do, the Santa Monica Rent Control Board is thinking about instituting a rent freeze in Santa Monica. Board Chair Nicolle...

 

Metro Church Feeds Homeless During Coronavirus Pandemic

Metro Church at 6th Street and Arizona Avenue in downtown Santa Monica feed a number of homeless people and others in need on "Giving Tuesday," says the groups website. "At Metropolis we have been...

 

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