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City Council Adopts Priorities and Provides Direction for 2023-2025 Biennial Budget Process

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The following is a press release from the City of Santa Monica. On Saturday, the Santa Monica City Council held a special session to set council priorities for the next two years to guide the development of the...

New Report Makes Case for Universal Fareless Transit at Metro

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The following story first appeared on Streetsblog Los Angeles. There’s a new report out that makes a compelling case for universal fareless transit in Los Angeles. This week, the nonprofit advocacy groups Strategic Actions for...

City Attorney’s Office Obtains Judgment and Injunction Against Landlord in Tenant Harassment and Eviction Moratorium Case

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The following is a press release from the City of Santa Monica. In a case brought under the City’s Tenant Harassment Ordinance, COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium, and Home-Sharing Ordinance by the Santa Monica City Attorney’s Office, Los Angeles Superior...

California Spends Too Little on Environmentally Friendly Transportation Options

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Transportation is the largest contributor to climate emissions and pollution in California. Knowing this, state leaders have set goals to reduce those emissions in various ways, including increasing the number of "clean" vehicles in...

Supes Adopt Vision for County’s Water Future

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Yesterday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted the Los Angeles County Water Plan, outlining a path to achieve a resilient water future for all Los Angeles County residents. Board Chair Lindsey...

SMC’s Student Newspaper, The Corsair, & Staff Win Several ACP Awards in “Clips & Clicks”...

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The Santa Monica College (SMC) student-run media outlet The Corsair has won several awards from the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) in its Clips & Clicks contest which featured work produced in the Fall 2023 semester. There were 561 submissions from ACP members...

City Hall: Clarifying Santa Monica’s AirBnB Rules

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Via city of Santa Monica's website. As part of its continued commitment to preserve and increase housing in Santa Monica, the City Council voted at its June 27, 2017 meeting to ban the use of...

Annual 2023 Arts & Literacy Festival Invites Families to Virginia Avenue Park

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The following is a press release from the City of Santa Monica. The City of Santa Monica, in collaboration with SMMUSD and YMCA Healthy Kids Day, welcomes families to Virginia Avenue Park on Saturday, April 29, 2023, from 10...

Metro Fare Capping Starts July 1

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The following article first appeared at Streetsblog California. Metro transit passes are going away after this month, but it’s actually a good thing. Transit riders won’t need to pay for passes in advance, because Metro...

Tonight!: Streetsblog Hosts Panel Discussion “Complete High Speed Rail in Five Years?”

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Tune in to tonight at 6 p.m. for Streetsblog's online roundtable on the technical, financial & political changes needed to get @CaHSRA service from SF to LA in five years. Sign up on Eventbrite for details. The California High-Speed...

Halloween & Dia de los Muertos Safety Tips

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The following is a lightly edited press release from the City of Santa Monica. As we approach Halloween, Tuesday October 31st and Dia de los Muertos on Wednesday, November 1st, it is important to remember...

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The following article was written by Written by Diana Bouchaaya, Communications Specialist for the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District. The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (SMMUSD) proudly congratulates the Santa Monica High School (Samohi) Viking...

Take Action For Mental Health LA County Awareness Panel: MAY 11, 2023 at Samohi

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The following is a press release from the Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District. In response to the alarming findings of the CDC Youth Behavioral Risk Survey The award winning ONE ON CAMPUS program of...

Streetsblog Reviews the 17TH Street: “New 17th Street Curb-Protected Bike Lanes are Amazing”

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As you could probably guess, this story first appeared at Streetsblog Los Angeles. Santa Monica has long been one of the most bike-, walk-, and transit-friendly cities in Southern California, which is unfortunately a pretty...

Carbon Emissions Disclosure Bill Is Headed to the Governor

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The California legislature passed a bill today that would require all large corporations that do business in California to measure and publicly report their carbon emissions. S.B. 253 is a first-in-the-nation bill from Senator Scott Wiener...
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