The LookOut

January 2001

1_31_2001--Police Search for Suspect in Daytime Sexual Assault
1-31-2001--Apartment Manager Convicted of Tenant Harassment
1-31-2001--CATCHING UP ON THE MAIL: Utilities, Vehicle Camping, Corporate Suites and an Apartment Swap

1-22-2001--City Tackles Short Term Rentals

1-30-2001--The Pico Neighborhood at a Glance
1-30-2001 -- Part I -- At Risk: Hopes for Building Collaborative for Pico's Youth Hang in the Balance
1-30-2001 -- Part II -- At Risk: Hopes for Building Collaborative for Pico's Youth Hang in the Balance
1-27-2001--Parking Lot Attendant Robbed and Shot
1-26-2001--Like Guitar? Hear Some Moore at McCabe’s; Dread Zeppelin Gets the Ed Out at 14 Below
1-26-2001--Former RAND Researcher Named to Health Center Foundation Board of Trustees
What I say --1-26-2001-- Left-overs
1-25-2001--Council Establishes Civic Center Working Group, Chooses Representatives
1-25-2001--Council Postpones Vote to Ban Living in Vehicles on City Streets
1-24-2001--Despite Last-ditch Efforts to Derail Project, Transit Mall Rolls On
1-24-2001--City Fast Tracks Energy Efficient Traffic Light Plan
1-24-2001--Downtown Parking Task Force Revs Up
1-22-2001--Police Chief's Daughter Arrested on Burglary Warrant
1-19-2001--Bayside Board Hesitantly Gives Green Light to Transit Mall Construction
1-19-2001--Search for New Superintendent Rolls On
1-19-2001--School Officials Balk at Proposed Child Care Raises
1-19-2001--City Takes Steps to Curb Energy Use
1-19-2001--What-I-Say: Pondering Equality
01-18-2001--Head of Convention and Visitors Bureau Resigns
01-18-2001--Power Costs Add Up at High School, College
01-18-2001--Police Search for Bank Robbers
01-18-2001--Sunset Park Blood Drive to Commemorate Northridge Quake

1-17-2001--Police Search for Bank Robbers
1-12-2001--School Board Fills Construction Funding Gap, Will Consider Sale of $4 Million in Bonds
1-11-2001--Back to Future for Council's Budget Priorities
1-11-2001--SMC to Host Martin Luther King Celebration
1-11-2001--No Sun Up in the Sky; City Braces for Stormy Weather
1 10 2001In the Midst of Escalating Violence, City Reconsiders Project for Pico Youth at Risk
1-5-2001--It's Back to the Drawing Board for Civic Center
1-5-2001--Services Saturday for James T. Butts Sr.
1-5-2001--Suspect in Last Week's Fatal Shooting in Custody
1-5-2001 Big Boost in Teachers Pay
1-4-2001 Trailer Hitch
1-2-2001--Hispanic Teenager Becomes Third Shooting Victim in Less Than One Week

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