The LookOut


June 2000
6-30--Music Review: Bon Temps Had By All as the Neville Brothers Bring a Taste of the Crescent City to the Santsa Monica Pier
6-30--Chamber Won't Participate in Initiative Campaign
6-30--School Board Engages in Heated Battle over Interviews
6-30--School Board Okays Record Budget
6-30--Two Dozen Arrested in Union Protest
6-29--Council Update: City Revamps Events Policy
6-29--Education Activist Enters School Board Race
6-29--Club Review: West End, Santa Monica
6-28--Labor Showdown at City Hall
6-28--The Russian Friends' Final Walk
6-28--Council Candidate Herb Katz Raises $10,000
6-28--A Family Affair and It takes... boxes?
6-27--Two Pedestrians Killed by Driver on Cell Phone
6-27--Shakeup at Mid City
6-27--Supreme Court Upholds Right to Sue Officers in Santa Monica Miranda Case
6-27--"Step Up For Justice" Campaign Turns Up Pressure on Loews
6-27--Crime Report
6-26--Acapulco, no problema… Not!

6-26--RAND's Santa Monica Snapshot Part III: Costs Rising Beyond Reach
6-26--Union Kicks Off Four-Day Campaign Against Loews Hotel
6-26--SPORTS: New Talent Will Make SMC Basketball Contender Again
6-26--LETTERS: Vitriolic Letter Discourages Participation and Another Hurdle for the Disabled
6-23--Santa Monica Spearheads California's Green Delegation

6-23--New Planning Commission will Narrow Viewpoints, Increase Workload, Critics Warn
6-23--MUSIC:Santa Monica Bay to Become a Bayou with The Neville Brothers
6-22--Council Appoints Two Slow Growth Advocates to Planning Commission; Move Expected to Shift the Balance of Power
6-21--Council Looks to Past and Future in Passing $318.6 Million Budget
6-21--City Sues Oil Companies in "Biggest Case Ever"
6-21--ARB Has a Ball
6-20--RAND's Santa Monica Snapshot Part II: Social Welfare, Crime and Employment Trends
6-20--Long Road to Parking Plan
-19--RAND's Santa Monica Snapshot: Part I
6-19--SPORTS::CIF Defeats City, 5-1, In Annual Westside Ballgame
6-16--Task Force to School Board: New Mindset Needed for Change
6-16--LETTERS:Catching Up With the Mail: Gauging Academic Performance, Docking Council Members' Pay and Getting Involved
6-16--MUSIC:Summer Heats Up Early in Santa Monica Clubs with Jules Shear, Billy Vera & The Beaters, Dave Wakeling, Olive and Tin Hat Trio
6-15--Affordable Housing vs. Parkland: No Score
6-14--Council Explores Greater Public Input for Commercial Development
6-14--RAND Report Rankles Some Council Members
6-14--Council Modifies Multifamily Development and Demolition Standards, Consolidates Downtown Parking Contracts
6-14--Loews Workers Allege Violations During Unionizing Campaign
6-13--City Looks to Close Development Loopholes
6-13--LETTERS: Living Wage, TORCA II and Thinking Alike
6-12--Financial Task Force Releases Report
6-12--Latina Announces Bid for School Board

6-12--SPORTS: Valentino Dismissed by Crossroads, Becomes St. Bernard Assistant Coach

6-9--First Woman Business Owner Installed as Chamber President
6-9--Quinones To Run for College Board
6-9--MUSIC: A (GAELIC) Storm Warning in Santa Monica This Week
6-8--Board of Education Tackles Record Budget
6-8--New Pico Business District Elects First Board
6-7--You've Got Mail … From the City
6-7--Building Anticipation
6-6--Battle to Unionize Loews Hotel Escalates; Death Threat Reported

6-6--Mid-City Neighbors Elects New Board; Sets Priorities
6-5--A Dying Breed
6-5--SPORTS: Samohi's Espy Makes Majors As Padres' Hitting Coach
6-5--Letters: A Ramp and Two Initiatives
6-2--15,500 Signatures Submitted for Living Wage Initiative
6-2--District Officials Unveil Special Education Plan
6-2--Council Sets Planning Priorities
6-2--Music: Todd Snider and John Stewart Represent New and Seasoned Folk at McCabe's; The Red Elvises Return to Rusty's to Party on the Pier
6-1--Volunteer Group Submits Petitions for "Anti-Political Kickback" Initiative
6-1--City Begins Setting Budget Priorities: The First Study Session

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