The LookOut
        

 

August 2004

8-31--SPECIAL REPORT: District Test Scores Show Mixed Results
8-31--Colleagues Recall Fiery City Managerís Legacy

8-30--School Board to Pledge Support of Malibu Secession Process

8-30--
WHAT I SAY: The Slow Days of August
8-27--Dems Spurn Shriver, Back SMRR Slate

8-26--Hip-Hop Heads to the Pier Thursday Night
8-26--SMRR's Campaign Donations Lag

8-26--Local Law Firm Takes on DWP

8-25--New ARB Members Know Art and Architecture

8-24--CEPS Considering Candidate Endorsements

8-23--Kuehl May Hold Key to Top Senate Spot

8-23--Battle Begins Over College Bond

8-20--School Board Overturns Mandatory Transfer Policy

8-20--Local Economy Shows Signs of Recovery

8-18--Sunlight Mission Conversion Gets Design Goahead

8-18--Playhouse Suit Ends with Legal Bill

8-18--Field Set for College School Board Races

8-18--Correction to Council Candidate Story

8-17--SAMOHI Band Teacher Charged with Sexual Misconduct

8-17--Lengthy Slate of Council Candidates Qualifies

8-17--Field Set for College School Board Races

8-16--Merger Gives More Clout to Local Union

8-13--Protests and Counter Protests Heat Up Bush Visit

8-13--Landlords Must Now Pick Up Moving Costs
8-12--Council Says No to Housing in Manufacturing Zone

8-11--Field of Council Hopefuls Narrows

8-10--Liberty Hill Grant Program Is Biggest Ever

8-10--Council Slate Goes on Offensive

8-9--Iraqi Delegation's Experience in Memphis Puts Kibosh on Local Press Coverage

8-6--Planning Department Reaches Record Level of Enforcement

8-6--Malibu Parents Group Seeking to Form Own School District

8-6--College Trustees Approve Scaled-Back Bond Measure, Eliminate Some City Projects

8-6--"Governator's" Brother In Law Seeking Council Seat

8-5--Council to Ask Voters to Increase Hotel Bed Tax

8-5--College to Reconsider Reduced "Partnership" Bond at Special Meeting Friday

8-4--Statement of City Attorney On NTSB Findings

8-4--Residents, Council Seek to Curb Massive Playa Vista Project

8-4--Federal Regulators Lay Partial Blame for Farmer's Market Tragedy On City

8-4--College Trustees Reject "Partnership" Bond Measure

8-3--SMRR Endorsements and Presidential Politics

8-3--Renters Group's Endorsements Give Newcomers Edge Over Incumbents

8-3--Another Mom and Pop Business Goes Under

8-2--SMRR Hands Out Coveted Endorsements; Passes Over Longtime Council Incumbent
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