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#DamienTalks 42: Sam Tepperman-Gelfant and the Governor’s Housing Proposal

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Today, #DamienTalks with Sam Tepperman-Gelfant, a senior staff attorney with Public Advocates about Governor Jerry Brown’s legislative language to streamline the environmental process for certain types of housing development. Public Advocates was one of the...

Governor Signs 15 Bills to Make Building Housing Easier

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Backed by yet another beautiful perspective of San Francisco in the distance—this time from Hunters View, an affordable housing project south of downtown—Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a package of fifteen bills that...

Man Killed After Being Struck by Expo Line Train in Santa Monica Sunday Night

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Late Sunday night a man was killed in Santa Monica after being struck by an Expo line train, according to authorities. Around 11 p.m. on November 5, the police received a call about a pedestrian...

Hello, Saul. See You Around, Jason

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A quick programming note. As of today, Jason Islas is taking a leave of absence from Santa Monica Next. Jason is leaving to work on one of the campaigns this fall. After over two years of...

An Open Letter to Santa Monica Planning Director & Feedback On the Proposed Shared...

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(Reminder: Comments on the City of Santa Monica Scooter Selection Process, Submit your comments via email to kyle.kozar@smgov.net by 2:00 p.m. tomorrow, Friday August 17, with the subject line – Shared Mobility Pilot Program. For more information, click...

Eyes on the Street: Metro Expo Line 2 Has Parking Available

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Someone get the word out to all those eager Metro Expo Line riders that the L.A. Times, Los Angeles Magazine and KTLA5 were so concerned about! Get the word out to Pacific Palisades! Lo and...

A New State Report Explains Why Your Rent Is So High, Offers A Solution

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It’s no secret that Santa Monica is one of the most expensive places to live in California, a reality that anyone who has tried to move to the city or even within it knows...

Earthquakes and Santa Monica’s Measure LV

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The reality of living in Southern California is that individuals, organizations, and the government always need to be prepared for earthquakes. But this November, Santa Monicans will be asked to vote on Measure LV,...

To Fight the Impact of Global Climate Change on Its Beaches, Santa Monica Tries...

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It’s pretty clear why 17 million people flock to Santa Monica Beach every year. With its vast stretches of sand, and storied attractions such as the Pier and paved bike trail, Santa Monica Beach...

Transformative Plans for Lincoln Boulevard Head to Planning Commission Wednesday

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The Planning Commission will weigh in Wednesday on plans for the first stage of an overhaul of the southern stretch of Lincoln Boulevard in Santa Monica that will transform the former highway into a...

It’s Bike Week in Santa Monica

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Via press release from Santa Monica Spoke. May is Bike Month and Santa Monica is bustling with events all month celebrating biking as a fun, affordable form of healthy, active transportation for traversing Santa Monica. ...

Santa Monica Considers Defiant Response to White House on Immigration

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At tomorrow's meeting, the Santa Monica City Council will consider adopting a resolution that makes clear the beachside city won't cooperate with federal authorities on issues pertaining specifically to immigration. The resolution, released Friday afternoon,...

Santa Monica Gears Up to Celebrate Parks Day and Take Another Bike Ride with...

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This Saturday, February 25, Santa Monicans will celebrate the opening of a new park, the renaming of another, and they will have a chance to take a bike ride with Mayor Ted Winterer. Saturday's festivities will...

Santa Monica to Re-Dedicate Landmarked Anti-Nuclear Sculpture on June 26

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"Chain Reaction," the anti-nuclear sculpture by the late Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Paul Conrad, will be re-dedicated on June 26 to mark the culmination of rehab work and the installation of a new "peace garden"...

Eyes on the Street: The Colorado Esplanade Takes Shape

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Expo phase 2 will be opening to Downtown Santa Monica in less than a month and already, the terminus at 5th Street and Colorado Avenue is shaping up to be a multi-modal hub. In order...
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