The LookOut


July 2005

7-30--Three Alleged Gang Members Charged in Moose Lodge Slayings
7-30--Council Deadlocked on Jump in Affordable Housing Fees

7-30--MUSIC: Sparks To Fly When Graham Parker Meets McCabe’s Saturday
7-29--Man Stabbed, Another Shot in Beach Parking Lot

7-29--Animal Rights Group Calls for End to Squirrel Killings
7-28--Council Votes to Entertain College Proposal

7-28--Bungalow Complex Denied Landmark Status
7-28--Court Orders City to Turn Over Mall Documents; Fight Still Brews on How Much City Knows
7-28--Singer-songwriters Lend Folksy Touch to Free Pier Concert
7-27--College Board Approves Plan to Counter City Proposal
7-26--Council Poised to Raise Affordable Housing Fees

 7-26--LETTERS: Planning Commissioner Arlene Hopkins' Farewell
7-25--Planning Commission Paves Way for Dealership Structures
7-25--City Adds Last-Minute Terms to New Airport Campus
7-26--WHAT I SAY: Make 'em Walk

7-22--Armed Suspect Fatally Shot in Attempted Robbery
7-21--School District Considers New Bond
7-21--It’s Sweet Home Chicago at the Santa Monica Pier

7-21--Santa Monica Building at Center of Gov’s Latest Financial Controversy
7-20--Correction to "Meals on Wheels Looks for New Home"

7-20--Pro-development Landmarks Commissioner Resigns
7-20--Tapping into Water-saving Landscapes
7-13- Council Makes Room for Taller Hedges and Fences
7-12--Day Laborers Spur Call for Anti-loitering Law
7-12--In the Works
7-12--LETTERS: Another Disappearing Act?
7-11--WHAT I SAY: What's Wrong with These Pictures?

7-9--PUBLIC NOTICE: Confessions of a Burglar
7-9--HEALTH NEWS: Skin Cancer: How to Spot It, How to Treat It

7-8--Crime Drops in Santa Monica, Reflecting General Trend

7-8--One of the Lucky Ones

7-8--Letters: Going to Appalling Lengths  
7-8--City Expects Big Jump in Parking Permits

7-7--EXTRA!!! College Board Scales Down Bundy Campus Plan
7-7--Latin Sounds Rock the Pier Thursday Night
7-6--Mall Redevelopment Falls Behind Schedule
7-6--For Some, School’s Not Out for Summer
7-5--WHAT I SAY Civic Center: Extra Innings

7-5--City Reorganizes Staff to Tackle Homelessness
7-4--LETTERS: New Urbanism and Smart Growth

7-2--SPECIAL REPORT Tourism’s Comeback Boosts Downtown Economy 
7-2--Hot Summer for Hotels 
7-1--Court Upholds Rent Board Regulation
7-1--Light Rail Moves Closer to Santa Monica

7-1--Independence Day Fireworks to Light up Sky Saturday    

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