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June 2004

6-30--City Attorney Sues Landlord Under Consumer Protection Law
6-30--Historical Society Awarded $50,000 to Preserve New Collection
6-29--Moore "Meet Up" Rallies Anti-Bush Troops

6-27--Council Tables Restaurant Proposals

6-25--Appeals Court Grants Rehearing in Harassment Law Case
6-25--LETTERS: Upset Lawyer and Non-Existent Budget Process
6-28--All Displaced Tenants to Get Relocation Money Under New Law
6-28--
WHAT I SAY: Home for the Holidays

6-25--MUSIC: Fishbone and The Bonedaddys Launch This Summerís Pier Concerts; The Mills Brothers Sing Nostalgic at Culver City Hall
6-24--Council to Tentatively Explore $175 Million Bond Measure
6-24--LETTERS: Boiling Mad and Criminalizing Good Neighbors
6-23--New Fee Catches Property Owners Off Guard

6-23--Jailing Homeless, Chronic Alcoholic Not Cruel, Court Finds
6-23--LETTERS: Lord of the Land

6-22--Civic Center Development Will Have Traffic Impacts, Report Concludes

6-22--OPINION: Costa Hawkins Has Saved Santa Monica Rental Housing

6-22--HEALTH NEWS: New State-of-the-Art Radiation Oncology Facility Keeps Saint John’s at Forefront of Cancer Treatment

6-21--Minor Accident Trains Spotlight on Santa Monica

6-21--WHAT I SAY: A Good Night's Work

PUBLIC NOTICE: 2004 Election Informatio
n
6-18--Smelly Water Triggers Flood of Complaints
6-18--Shots Fired in Pico Neighborhood
6-18--LETTERS: Sharing Blame and Enemies of the State

6-17--Council Gives Nod to Municipal Living Wage; Approves Budget
6-17--Olympic Flame Burns Bright in Santa Monica

6-16--Community Corp Vies to Develop Civic Center Village
6-15--Rent Board Grants Lowest Hike in 5 Years

6-15--Feinstein Kicks Off Reelection Bid
6-15--LETTERS: An Open Letter to the Santa Monica College Trustees

6-14--WHAT I SAY: The 55 Percent Solution
6-14--UPDATE: Council Tackles Cabs, Divers and Outdoor Cafes
6-11--MUSIC: Reggae, Folk, Ukelele Strumming and Melodic Rock on the Westside This Week

6-11--BAYSIDE BUSINESS: Hotels Bouncing Back
6-11--Helping Small Business Grow
6-10--Hedge Owners Get Reprieve

6-9--$175 Million Bond May Not Be a Walk in the Park
6-9--Woman Must Pay Back Legal Clients
6-9--Street Ambassador
6-8--SPECIAL REPORT: Downtown Renewal

6-8--Sun Sets on Reaganís Rest in Santa Monica
6-8--LETTERS: They Will Be Coming and A Call to Mutiny

6-8--HEALTH NEWS: Donor Appreciation Merit Awards; Peers Recognize Nursing Excellence
6-7--Council to Tackle Thorny Hedge Law

6-7--WHAT I SAY: Where Ordinances are Ordinary, the Claude Rains Award and Big Hedges
6-7--Man Shot, in Stable Condition

6-7--Powerful Line Up Likely for Council Race

6-4--MUSIC: Twilight Dance Series Announces Concert Line-up
6-4--SAMOHI Coach Charged with Unlawful Sex with Minor

6-4--Faculty Group Backs Challengers in College Race
6-4--Police Nab Bank Robber
6-3--EXTRA!!! College to Consider $175 Million Local Facilities Bond
 
6-3--EXCLUSIVE: New SMRR Members Could Carry Clout
6-3--Ex-School Board President Jumps into Council Race

6-2--Faculty to Weigh in on Elections
6 -2--City Launches Redesigned Site

6-1--Local Voters Fail to Exercise Choices, Study Finds

6-1--Developers Race to meet Deadline for Civic Center Village
 

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