Fields Of Waste: Artificial Turf Becomes Mounting Disposal Mess

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said Janet Redella, assistant superintendent of the Redondo Beach Unified School District in Los Angeles County, which replaced a handful of fields recently. "Nobody I know of raised that question," said Scott Davis, director of facilities development at Roseville Joint Union High School District near Sacramento, which replaced two high school ...
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Judge considers if Moms 4 Housing has right to occupy empty home

Marin Independent Journal
Supporters of the group Moms 4 Housing gather at the Hayward Hall of Justice on Monday, Dec. 30, 2019, in Hayward, Calif. (Aric Crabb/Bay Area News Group) Wedgewood, a Redondo Beach-based real estate investment company that buys and flips distressed properties, took a different view. The company didn’t expect McKinney to rule immediately ...
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Stories that will define the next decade: How the South Bay and Long Beach will tackle climate change

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The other beach cities along the coast face similar discussions. Redondo Beach, for example, faces up to nearly $300 million in costs to prepare for an approximately 5.5-foot rise in sea levels, which could include raising the sea walls in the inner harbor. But city officials are skeptical about when that could happen and who would foot the bill.
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Stories that will define the next decade: The future of South Bay’s waterfronts will continue evolving

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A prime example is Redondo Beach, where heated debate over what to do with the aging waterfront will likely continue for years. There’s the seaside portion covering the pier and the marina, and the many business and restaurants. And then there is the AES ...
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Stories that will define the next decade: Los Angeles County, including South Bay and Long Beach, readies itself for the 2028 Summer Olympics.

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The South Bay has already begun seeing its own improvements, with LA County Metro’s 28-by-28 initiative, which includes the extension of the Green Line from Redondo Beach to Torrance. The estimated time table calls for a groundbreaking in 2026, completion sometime in 2030 through 2033. And Redondo Beach, for its part, will likely host a ...
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South Bay History: Cabrillo Beach Polar Bears began their annual New Year’s Day dips in 1953

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South Bay History: Torrance’s Mayor Albert Isen led the city through its rapid postwar growth, but also created controversy South Bay History: A proposed wall turns into an award-winning park in Wilmington South Bay History: Redondo Beach man gets death for 1937 slaying of three Inglewood girls Hermosa Beach filmmaker’s documentary features ...
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Slater’s 50/50 will bring its burger, bacon and beer invasion to Torrance soon

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The small chain has been growing since it was purchased in 2017 by the Elite Restaurant Group of Los Angeles. The coffee scene just got hotter in Inglewood thanks to Hilltop Coffee + Kitchen How this Redondo Beach couple went from regulars to owners at Casa Playa Tamale time of year at Magaly’s Tamales in San Fernando is a labor of love This ...
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Wet and wild: sea creature stories that went viral in 2019

Los Angeles Daily News
Dolphins are known for their acrobatics and on a few occasions those spectacular moments were caught on camera. A video in September showed surf buddies Tim Earling and Jason Owen next to each other in the water off Redondo Beach, paddling for the same wave, when something leaping out of the water made both of them stop. “All of a sudden this ...
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Caught Kid Running over my hood at South Bay Galleria Mall

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Caught kids running over my hood at the South Bay Galleria Mall parking lot in Redondo Beach, CA. I'm not sure how to proceed as I'm beyond vexed!! I try and take care of her so well and people, even kids are assholes. It's hard not to wish bad things on people when they do this! I'm not sure how to upload videos and who I can send this too so ...
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Property transfer improves hiking trails, coastal access

San Mateo Daily Journal
Since then, CLT has managed the lands, creating and maintaining trails for hiking and coastal access. Earlier this year, the CLT announced plans to extend the Wavecrest Trail, connecting the California Coastal Trail to Redondo Beach and extending it another 2 miles along the coastal bluffs. “Similar to Pillar Point further north, CLT and POST ...
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