OPA Update 4/10/23: OPA In Person Monthly Meeting TONIGHT, How to Report Potholes, Food Truck Wednesdays Returning to Main St & Other Things To Do This Week

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OPA In Person Monthly Meeting TONIGHT: Join us on Alfafa’s back patio @ 2309 Main St Monday April 10 @ 6:30pm! Salads provided by OPA. We will also be hybrid on Zoom. Click here to add to your calendarHere is the Zoom link to join the meeting starting at 7:00pm. Here is the schedule: 6:30-7:00: Dinner and Socializing

7:00-7:10: SMPD

7:10-7:20: Peter James: Chief Operations Officer of the City of Santa Monica Public Works Dept providing an update on the City’s zero waste efforts and the Solid Waste Rate Study and raising awareness of the Airport Conversion planning effort and invite feedback on ways to best conduct outreach

7:20-7:30: Cathy Taylor: SMFD Fire Prevention Coordinator

7:30-8:30: Board Agenda: Click here to viewPlague Of Potholes: How To Report And Get Reimbursed: “In Santa Monica Thousands of new potholes have appeared thanks to recent storms. Here’s how to report them— and get reimbursed for damages.”The Street Seen: End of the Line: This Week’s Street Seen does a deep dive on the history of telephone services in OP. New Neapolitan Pizza Concept Bar Monette Now Open in Downtown SaMo: It features tapas and a wine bar with a mid-century library-inspired interior, with Neapolitan pizza. More details here on the new spot at 109 Santa Monica Blvd.Multiple Local Spots in Infatuation “The Westside Hit List: The Best New Restaurants On The Westside”: This list includes Main St favorites Vamos Vamos and Heavy Handed and nearby spots like Willie Mae’s.Council-Member Jesse Zwick’s Monthly Digest: Here is a link to his April update that includes his thoughts on the biennial budget process and street safety, and more.Flip 1st Gym Opens @ 1908 Lincoln Blvd: The gymnastics spot held this ribbon cutting last Tuesday, March 28. Here’s a link to their site.LA County Property Tax Deadline Monday April 10: Although the second installment of real estate (property) taxes were due February 1st, you have up to 5:00 pm Monday, April 10th to pay. After 5:00 pm on April 10th your property taxes become delinquent and you will be charged with a whopping penalty of 10%. Go to propertytax.lacounty.gov and click “Pay Property Taxes Online” if you want to check if you need to pay.Local Skateboarder Traveling 3,000 Miles for Mental Health Awareness: This SaMo Mirror video report details Skateboarding YouTuber Chad Carouso’s journey.Snow Covered Mountains: OPA Member Michael Grandcolas took these amazing photos as seen from Ocean Park Blvd. Thanks for sharing! Things To Do This Week: 
Kitchen United Mix @ 3rd St Promenade Grand Opening Week: Click here to view daily deals at various places to eat (Buy One, Get One @ Duck Donuts Monday and 50% off Farmesa Wednesday for example) and to enter their sweepstakes.The Aquarium of the Pacific’s First Wednesday Lecture Series Returns: The schedule is for a one-hour talk to be followed by a book signing, cocktails, and music and crafts in in the Pacific Visions Art Gallery. Tickets are $5. Starts at 7 p.m. More info here.Food Trucks Returning to Main St (Wednesday 5-9pm): Here’s the press release announcing the return of the weekly Food Truck night every Wednesday night at California Heritage Museum starting April 12. Other OPA & City Meetings:OPA Connects Meeting (Wednesday 12pm): Here is the Zoom link or Click Here to add it to your calendar.Planning Commission Meeting (Wednesday @ 6pm): Hybrid meeting can be streamed hereClick Here for agenda.Library Board Meeting (Thursday 6pm): More details & agenda hereRent Control Board Meeting (Thursday 7pm): More details & agenda here.
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