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Articles from the August 13, 2018 edition

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 By Observer Staff    News    August 13, 2018

Over the Line: Bowling Alley Doomed by Developer, Last of its Kind on Westside

You were over the line, Smokey The bowling alley across Pico Blvd from the Santa Monica Civic Center will be bowled over by a wrecking ball next year, and replaced by a mixed-use apartment complex....

 

County DA Warns Against Purebred Puppy Scam

People in the market for a recognized dog breed should be careful they don't get a mutt in purebred clothing. In the Purebred Puppy Scam, victims may find themselves spending hundreds or thousands of...

 

Firefighters Contain Monterey County "Gulch Fire," Carr Fire 59% Contained

8/12: Yesterday, firefighters quickly contained a new fire, the Gulch Fire in Monterey County, to 650 acres, as well as reaching full containment on the Nelson Fire. Almost 13,200 firefighters are on...

 
 By Samuel Alioto    News    August 13, 2018

City Says Scooter Applications are Pending, Denies Any Item is on the Agenda for Tonight

8/14: In a press release, the City of Santa Monica denies that it has frozen Bird and Lime companies out of the process. It says scooter decisions will be made after August 30th, and not tonight at th...

 
 By Dale Hallock    News    August 13, 2018

City Issues Update on the Shared Mobility Pilot Program in Santa Monica

On Friday, August 10, the City of Santa Monica released recommendations for its Shared Mobility Pilot Program set to start on September 17, 2018. These recommendations are not final. The City's...

 

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