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What About Traffic Safety? A Chat with Richard McKinnon

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In an election season that has been dominated by discussion of development, traffic, and the relationship between the two, precious little time has been spent on the deadly cost of car-culture measured in the...

Have Airport Politics Clouded The 2014 Election? Next Chats with Kevin McKeown

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It's safe to say that the 2014 election in Santa Monica has been about two issues: the question of how the city should grow and the future of the Santa Monica Airport. Efforts to...

Did the Sierra Club Just Say NIMBYism Is an Environmental Value?

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Sometimes, up is down in Westside politics and when it comes to environmental policy, that seems to be all too true this year. While the Sierra Club has a general policy position in support of...

Today is Last Day to Register to Vote for the November 4 Election

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Today is the final day to register to vote in California for those who want to participate in the November 4 election. This upcoming election is critical for the future of our city, with three City Council...

Coming Up: Interactive City Council Candidate Forum on Santa Monica City TV

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It's almost time to go to the polls, Santa Monica, and to help you make an informed decision, Santa Monica City TV presents "Council Candidates Live!," a two-day interactive candidate forum. Remember that Monday...

City Council Hopeful Nick Boles Talks About Being the Youngest Candidate in the Race

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We sat down with five-year Santa Monica resident and City Council candidate Nick Boles at his apartment in the mid-city area where he lives with his two roommates. Boles, who is making is first...

Hear from Santa Monica’s City Council Candidates on Their Records on Bikes

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Two weeks ago, the California Bicycle Coalition — the state’s leading bicycle advocacy organization — announced that it had made a rare endorsement in a local race, backing Santa Monica Mayor Pam O’Connor’s reelection bid to the City...

Santa Monica City Council Candidates Talk about Their Records on Bikes

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Last week, the California Bicycle Coalition -- the state's leading bicycle advocacy organization -- announced that it had made a rare endorsement in a local race, backing Santa Monica Mayor Pam O'Connor's reelection bid to...

Hear from the Candidates in their Own Words on CityTV’s Youtube Channel

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CityTV, Santa Monica's award-winning public access television station, is making it easy for you to hear from each of the candidates running for local office. CityTV -- working with the League of Women Voters of...

Surprise Endorsement: California Bicycle Coalition “Stands with Pam”

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The California Bicycle Coalition, the state's leading bicycle advocacy organization, has backed Mayor Pam O'Connor's bid for reelection to the Santa Monica City Council this November. While CalBike has lobbied for state legislation and policies to...

State Assembly Rep. Weighs in on Santa Monica’s Local Races

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State Assemblymember Richard Bloom may have been the first Santa Monica City Council member to make the leap to Sacramento, but he has not forgotten his roots. The representative of Assembly District 50, which...

Editorial: Yes on H and HH

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Santa Monica, like its neighboring cities, is currently in the midst of an unprecedented housing affordability crisis. Rising rents and stagnant wages are putting unsustainable financial strain on working families. Santa Monica, in an effort to help...

Video: League of Women Voters and Santa Monica Next City Council Candidate Forum

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http://youtu.be/2V3JRBMnvQ0?t=1m55s If you couldn't make it out last Monday for the City Council candidate forum cohosted by the League of Women Voters of Santa Monica and Santa Monica Next, you're in luck. The video is...

Editorial: Yes on LC, No on D

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You're going to hear a lot of arguments for and against ballot Measures D and LC in the coming weeks. Santa Monica Next urges you to vote Yes on Measure LC, No on Measure D this...

Coming Up: Santa Monica Has Election Fever

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Summer is over and election season is in full swing. Register to vote – or update your information – by October 20 if you plan on having your voice heard this election season. It may...
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