Articles from the August 2, 2021 edition

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 By David Ganezer    News    August 2, 2021

Late at Night, Coyotes Consume Cats and Other Pets In West Los Angeles Neighborhoods

West LA residents report that they have seen newly dead house cats killed by coyotes. Brazen coyotes have been seen in busy intersections such as Olympic and Sepulveda, which carry freeway levels of t...


Attempted Coup at Santa Monica Housing Commission Meeting – A Case of Nepotism?

At the July 15, 2021 meeting of the Santa Monica Housing Commission, Chair Michael Soloff proceeded with the selection of the leadership even though commissioners had not yet been appointed by the...


Santa Monica's Laura Gordon Chosen as Head Coach of the Open Tennis Team at the Maccabiah Games in Israel

Laura Gordon of Santa Monica was named Head Coach of the Open Tennis Team at the Maccabiah Games in Israel – which will take place July 2022. The Maccabiah Games, also known as the Jewish Olympics,...

 By Jack Simon    Politics    August 2, 2021

Santa Monica City Council Okays Employment Contract with New City Manager

The Santa Monica City Council this week approved the employment contract with its newly-appointed City Manager David White. White will earn an annual salary of $340,000 plus benefits and start his...

 By Jack Simon    Politics    August 2, 2021

SM Council 'Amplifies' Noise Ordinance to Muzzle Loud Protests

The City Council unanimously voted this week to pass an amendment to the city's noise ordinance to "reduce prolonged noise from protest activities in residential neighborhoods." The move was in in...

 By Observer Staff    News    August 2, 2021

Avoid Beaches Again, Says County, Including Santa Monica

July 28, 2021 - County health authorities are once again warning residents against going into the water at several Southland beaches, including from the Santa Monica Pier all the way up to Temescal....


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