The LookOut


August 2000
8-31--2000--Businesses Blast Living Wage Study
8-31-2000--Santa Monica Rape Victim Pushes State Bill
8-31-2000--Burglaries Hit City's North East Side
8-31-2000--SMC to Show Off New Gallery
8-30--2000--School Board Picks Returning Veteran to Head Special Education
8-30--2000--Don't Destroy Our Community, Airport Tenants Urge Commission
8-29-2000--Businesses Can Bear Brunt of Living Wage Proposal, Report Concludes
8-28--Arts Commission's Plans for Cheap Airport Spaces Likely Won't Fly
Ex-MC Star Gasca Begins Head Coaching Career
8-25--Last Minute Switch Salvages Key Planning Commission Recommendation on RAND
8-23--Santa Monica's Surging Preservation Movement
8-25--MUSIC: Marshall Crenshaw & the Young Dubliners perform for Free This Week in Santa Monica!

8-24-- RAND Hearings: Part One
8-24--Take Bold Action to Stem Artists' Exodus, Arts Commission Tells City
8-23--Express Lane for Bus Yard Art
8-23--School Budget Approval Tempered with Concerns
8-21--Final Candidates Get County Nod; Ballot Set
8-21--Sports: Samohi Optimistic As Football Practice Begins

8-21--Music:Club Review--Typhoon
8-21--Letters:Traffic, Protest Covererage and the Living Wage

8-18--EXTRA!!! Ten Council Candidates Qualify for Ballot, Four Others Still Outstanding; Ballot Order Determined
8-18--Not Quite There: RAND Project Faces More Changes
8-18--Meeting X-pectations: Board Approves Contracts for School Improvements
8-18--Music: Ragin' Cajun, Women's Weekend, New Blues

8-17--Ready for Anything: An Inside Look at Police Preparations for Last Sunday's Protests
8-17--Residents Get Unprecedented Say in Pico Business District
8-15-00--Landmarks Commission Takes First Step to Preserve Beach Pads
8-15-00--Another Beach Day at Ground Zero

8-14-00--SPORT: Swyer Graduates: It's End Of an Era at Samohi
8-11-00--Getting Ready for the Big One
8-11-00--School Board Debates Timeline for Choosing Supt.; Allocates Funds for Major Construction
8-11-00--Retro, Reggae, Raindogs, and Neil Young Covers Highlight Santa Monica Music Scene
8-10-00--City Braces for Protests
8-10-00--Council Debates Boathouse Fate
8-10-00--LETTERS: Traffic, The Boathouse and Unions
8-09-00--Council Extends "Traffic Calming" to Four Major Thoroughfares

8-9-00--Council Kills "Monster" Condo
8-9-00--Stabbing, Bank Robbery
8-9-00--Hip With a Conscience
8-8-00--Tenants of Beach Bungalows Seek Landmark Status to Save Homes
8-8-00--Tables Turn for Councilman

8-7-00--SMMR Endorses Candidates
8-7-00--Boathouse Tries to Stay Afloat

Santa Monica Girls Lose In State Tournament
8-4-00--Democratic Party Leaders Join Loews Workers' Union Drive

8-4-00--Pier Board Approves New Agreement with the City

8-4-00--Bad Buzz for A Cause
8-4-00--MUSIC: L.A. Folkie at McCABE'S; Afro-Pop at the Pier

8-3-00--Neighbors Vent Frustrations Over Jet Noise at SM Airport
8-3-00--More City Council Hopefuls Step into Ring
8-3-00--Santa Monica Celebrates National Night Out
8-2--Union Targets Nursing Home Workers; Mayor, Three Priests Meet Resistance
8-2--Council Places Three Measures on the November Ballot
8-2--Half a Dozen Hotels Give More Than $400,000 for Wage Initiative; Opponents Raise $110,000
8-1--Bayside Board Taps New Chair with Ties to the Past
8-1--Santa Monica Helps Kick Off War on Polluted Runoff

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