The LookOut


June 2001

6-29--Council Replaces Planning Commissioner in Unexpected Move
6-29--Conversion Initiative Author, Opponent Square Off

6-29--WHAT I SAY--Join the Civic Center Process; See the World
6-28--Council Sinks Effort to Revisit Boathouse Lease
6-27--Comedian Arrested By SMPD, Faces Multiple Felonies
6-27--Strike Up the Band Organ
6-27--Council Approves Living Wage... Again
6-27--Going, Going.... Gone?
6-26--Judge Dismisses Charges Against SMPD Officer Accused of Workers Comp. Fraud
6-25--City Okays Future of Playhouse but Lawsuit Moves Forward
6-25--Campaign for Saint John's Receives $1 million Boost
6-25--LETTERS -- "Boss" Mayors, Socialist Housing and SMRR-backed Rent Hikes
6-22-01--Planning Commission Orders New Design For Four Proposed Beachfront Homes

6-22-01--WHAT I SAY -- Speaking of This, Speaking of That
6-20-01--Council Approves $361.4 Million Budget; Schools Get $3 Million
6-20-01--City Yanks Its Chamber Membership
6-20--PNA Wants Tenant Ownership, More Senior Housing
6-20--Election Reform Supporters Gather Signatures for Ballot Initiative
6-20--CATCHING UP ON THE MAIL -- Power Failures, Rent Hikes and Black Holes
6-19--EXTRA!!!--Rent Board Grants Largest Rent Hike in 10 Years
6-19--Outage Leaves 500 Businesses in Dark

6-18--Chamber Changes Guard; Lookout Wins Award
6-18--Motorist Sentenced in Death of Two Pedestrians Last Summer
6-18--LETTERS -- Dear Council: Give More to Schools, Defend Anti-Corruption Law, Enforce Codes
6-15--Council Irks Disabilities Activists by Creating Committee Instead of Commission
6-15--Judge Denies Attempt to Toss Out PNA Suit Against College, City
6-15--WHAT I SAY -- School Days
6-14--EXTRA!!!--City Sues City Clerk in Effort to Clarify Anti-Corruption Law
6-14--Council Approves Funding for New Pico Neighborhood Youth Program
6-13--Council Delays Final Living Wage Vote
6-13--City Settles Two Lawsuits
6-12--Flasher Arrested After Group Chases Him on Promenade
6-12--Education Community Bids Supt. Farewell
6-12--CRIME PATROL -- Fights Mark First Days of June
6-11--LETTERS -- Walking, Chief's Accident & Living Wage
6-11--Revised Playground Plan Pleases Most School Board Members but Continues to Irk Parents
6-11--School Board Gives Unusual Promotion at New Supt's. Bidding
6-8--EXTRA!!! -- Businesses Mount Campaign to Place Living Wage Referendum on Ballot
6-8--What I Say -- The Black Hole of Planning
6-7--Federal Agents Shut Down Aviation Company Office at SM Airport

6-7--Virginia Avenue Park Project Delayed
6-6--An (un)Moveable Feast: ARB Recommends Outdoor Dining Guidelines
6-6--School Board President Seeks Appointment to City Commission
6-6--Police Chief in Traffic Collision
6-6--Police Arrest Suspect in Daytime Sexual Assault
6-5--EXTRA!!! City Can Greenlight Parking Zones without Studying Impacts, Judge Rules
6-5--Teenager in Custody for Saturday Shooting
6-5--Bayside Braces for the Living Wage
6-5--The Promenade's Dean of Clean
6-5--Bayside Business: Economic Slowdown?
6-4--New Special Education Goals to be Unveiled
6-4--Pedestrian Dies After Being Hit in Crosswalk
6-4--Transient Arrested for Confronting Boy in School Bathroom
6-4--CRIME PATROL -- Assault, Rape Mark Fourth Week of May
6-1--New School Supt. Maps Out Plan with Corporate, Customer-Driven Mindset
6-1--Santa Monica Official Picked to Run Malibu
6-1--What I Say -- Slow News Week
6-1--A Truly Memorable Day for Troop 2

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