Well here is an update and one of the casualties of Covid-19. Back in 2018 I wrote a post about the Manhattan Beach Blvd/Inglewood Blvd construction project.  Well, that project been postponed until the health crises are over as I received this e-mail from MWD about Inglewood/Manhattan Beach Blvd project: Today, Edison started the service…

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The Federal Stimulus Package has passed and here is the preliminary information that I have received: 4 months of more unemployment insurance instead of 3 months. $55 billion increase in the Marshall Plan for our Health Care System. $150 billion for a state, tribal, and local Coronavirus Relief fund. $10 billion for SBA emergency grants…

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Beach Cities Health District is offering Assistance for Older Adults & Adults with Disabilities During this time of heightened health concern, BCHD is available to offer help and support. If you are an older adult resident or an adult with disabilities (or if you know one) in the Beach Cities in need of assistance, or…

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Why are we paying $137,500 to Torrance? At the March 17, 2020 Council Meeting – an MOU (Memoranda of Understanding) between the Beach Cities Group was approved. Why? Working together, the cities of Torrance, Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach & Redondo Beach will share a grant & project costs to create a Green Streets project designed…

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From Steven Diels Redondo Beach City Treasurer With all of the challenges going on with the Novel Coronavirus and financial markets, I wanted to tell you I am very comfortable with the holdings in the City of Redondo Beach investment portfolio. With interest rates dropping materially the past few weeks, the portfolio has an unrealized…

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Your Redondo Beach City Council believes in capturing stormwater to help improve the water quality at your beaches. Redondo Beach installed an infiltration project at Veteran’s Park. It was approved on March 19, 1919 (Item H14) and was deemed complete on March 17, 2020. The City is required and fully believes in the installation of…

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The Beach Cities Health District is in the process of transforming its Redondo Beach property into a modernized Healthy Living Campus. The Campus will be an intergenerational hub that focuses on wellness, prevention and community-based health research for current and future Beach Cities generations. Here are the pictures of the current campus vs the master…

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Dog on leash in park

The Recreation & Parks Commission has asked Council to review and change our Pet Policy Municipal Code. We currently do not allow dogs in any parks. In the NO camp, the reasons cited are: Some owners do not clean up after their pets Some owners will allow dogs off-leash The grass will be unsanitary for…

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The City of Redondo is doing a sidewalk maintenance program. Several sidewalks have been identified as having a 1/2 inch to 1 1/2 inch of the lip. Redondo has hired a firm to grind down these sidewalks to make it safer for pedestrians. First, you will see white dots identifying sidewalks that need to be…

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Beach Red Truck

Evacuating EVERYONE! Currently, beach and water evacuations are done by lifeguards using bullhorns and walking the beach to inform each person individually. LA County now has a pilot for an Evacuation System that is more efficient and is inclusive of the deaf community. LA County Safety Officer, Randy Dean, is the brainchild of Beach Emergency…

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