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Temporary parking district on agenda for next LMU NAC meeting

With Loyola Marymount University’s (LMU) fall semester set to begin on August 26, community members, LMU and Councilman Mike Bonin’s office have made it a priority to help find a solution to the LMU parking problem that will hopefully lead to more students and faculty parking on campus and not on residential, neighborhood streets. The […]

Sepulveda sidewalks still in need of repair 8 months after trees are cut down

From The Hometown News: In January of this year, the Westchester Streetscape Improvement Association (WSIA) completed the removal of trees along the west side of Sepulveda as part of its Westchester Landscape Entry project. The 50-plus-year-old Ficus trees and their massive roots, many of which were diseased or structurally unstable, had made sidewalk repair impossible […]

LAX: New Tom Bradley International Terminal draws rave reviews

The public was recently given sneak peek at the newly renovated Bradley International Terminal at LAX. For background on the project and comments from some rather proud dignitaries, head over to For a few pics I snapped during the public tour, click here. Did you get to see the terminal, too? Drop a comment below.

Parking, traffic concerns lead committee to table Legado project in PdR

From The Argonaut: Citing disappointment with a traffic study and a string of missed opportunities to demonstrate how the developer was willing to work with Playa del Rey residents, the Neighborhood Council of Westchester-Playa’s Planning and Land Use Committee tabled a vote on a proposed project by the Legado Co. July 16. Legado, a development […]

Probe of possible conflicts of interest on Westchester-Playa council requested

From the Argonaut: The topic of potential conflicts of interest was the most attention-grabbing event on an agenda that was light on substantive matters at the Neighborhood Council of Westchester-Playa’s July 9 meeting. Playa del Rey environmentalist Marcia Hanscom accused two members of the board of having ethical conflicts because they work for entities connected […]

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After a prolonged absence, is back, reporting on what matters to families in Westchester 90045. It’s going to take more than a %@&$’ing hacker to keep us down!