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Community Corporation of Santa Monica Celebrates 40 Years with New Video

Community Corporation of Santa Monica posted a video to its website earlier this morning to celebrate its 40th Anniversary. Founded in 1982, the non-profit affordable housing developer has built or restored more than 100 properties throughout...

Complaint Alleges CM Negrete Improperly Distributed Gift Cards to SMPD Officers

(Update: September 29, 2022 5:30 p.m. - After a week and multiple emails asking for comment and response to questions for this story from 1212 Santa Monica, their legal representatives sent a letter with...

Dark Money Group “A Brighter Future” Endorses Four Challengers in School Board Race (Updated)

Endorsements, and mailers that tout those endorsements, are a common place in Santa Monica politics. Local news covers endorsements from political parties such as Santa Monicans for Renters Rights or Santa Monica Forward. Statewide and regional groups such as Streets for All and the Sierra Club blast out endorsement announcements to hundreds or thousands of people on mailing lists. 

Bayside Owners Association’s Quest for Armed Personnel on the Promenade

This is part 2 of a series on Downtown Santa Monica.  Part 3 will look at the close relationship between council members and the Santa Monica Bayside Owners Association. Part 1 can be read,...

Can Santa Monica Residents Represent the City of Santa Monica on the Downtown Board?

A group of property owners who have sought greater influence in the affairs of the organization formed the Santa Monica Bayside Owners’ Association. The group has argued that Santa Monica residents are not downtown stakeholders because they haven’t invested their money in the downtown, a view supported by Councilmember Phil Brock.

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