The LookOut

November 2005
11-30--05--New Carts Roll Out Too Late for Holiday Weekend
11-30-05--A New Kind of Holiday Giving
11-29-05--Council Juggles Enforcement Priorities

11-28-05--Fire Chars Bluffs

11-28-05--Local Librarian Wins Top Honors

11-23--City Council Taps San Diego City Manager
11-22--Bundy Gate Still Closed
11-18--College President Search Enters Home Stretch
11-18--Planning Commission Approves Bowling Alley
11-16--Winterlit Evokes a Christmas Past
11-16--SMC Teachers Stuck in Contract Dispute

11-16--Cautious Merchants Prepare for Holiday Season
11-15--A Smorgasbord of Choices
11-15--A Welcome Return
11-14--Park It at the Market

11-14--"Quiet Hero" Honored by Boys and Girls Club
11-11--Vending Cart Controversy Rolls On
11-10--This Way to the Egress
11-10--Vidiots Turns 20

11-9--Santa Monicans Weigh in on Vote
11-8--Sheehan Rallies Antiwar Troops in Santa Monica
11-7--Dems Make Final Push Against Arnoldís Propositions
11-7--St. Joseph's Miracle Move
11-4--Search for College President Down to Final Three
11-4--LA Council member Bill Rosendahl Addresses Key Santa Monica Issues

11-3--Students Get Crash Course in Protest
11-3--City Narrows Pool of Manager Candidates
11-2--Clergy Protests Govís Ballot Measures
11-2--OPINION: Not All Change is Reform
11-2--LETTERS: More Than One Affordable Housing Provider
11-1--City Embarks on Affordable Homeownership Experiment
11-1--OPINION: Prop 76 a Bad Idea


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