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2601, 2023

Leaked Memo Reveals Desperate Aviation Strategy to Save Santa Monica Airport

By |January 26th, 2023|

Tuesday evening, the Santa Monica City Council heard from city staff as it begins the process of determining the future use of land at Santa Monica Airport. The Airport is due to conclude aviation-related activities on December 31, 2028, but a lengthy and technical decommissioning process must take place first, and only then could it finally be closed by a vote of the city council.  

712, 2022

Santa Monica Installs New Council Members, Elects New Mayor

By |December 7th, 2022|

On Tuesday evening, Santa Monica Mayor Sue Himmelrich and Mayor Pro Tem Kristin McCowan exited the stage from their service on the Santa Monica City Council, before all newly elected and reelected members of various bodies of Santa Monica-Malibu city and school governance were sworn in.

1711, 2022

Santa Monica Debuts First In the Nation Water Treatment Facility

By |November 17th, 2022|

On Thursday morning several local elected and appointed officials, city and county staff and policy leaders were on hand for a grand opening celebration for the city’s Sustainable Water Infrastructure Project, or “SWIP.” Santa Monica’s first-of-its-kind structure is actually located below the surface near city hall, prompting event emcee Sunny Wang, a Santa Monica Water Resources Manager, to quip, “I know on the surface it may look like a parking lot – you are not here for a grand opening of a parking lot.”

311, 2022

ENDORSEMENTS: Lieberman, Mignano, Rouse, and Tahvildaran-Jesswein for Santa Monica-Malibu Schools

By |November 3rd, 2022|

School Districts and their School Boards became real punching bags during the heart of the COVID pandemic, none likely more so than that governing Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (SMMUSD). But using the best science they were given (and it would change at times!), and despite some clear academic and socializing deficits that have clearly resulted from students being home, I feel the district and its board have done comparatively well, and have continued to strive for improvement in student achievement and opportunity. Therefore, we believe Laurie Lieberman and Richard Tahvildaran-Jesswein deserve re-election for another term. We would like to see them joined by district parents Alicia Mignano and Stacy Rouse.

Leaked Memo Reveals Desperate Aviation Strategy to Save Santa Monica Airport

By |January 26th, 2023|

Tuesday evening, the Santa Monica City Council heard from city staff as it begins the process of determining the future use of land at Santa Monica Airport. The Airport is due to conclude aviation-related activities on December 31, 2028, but a lengthy and technical decommissioning process must take place first, and only then could it finally be closed by a vote of the city council.  

Santa Monica Installs New Council Members, Elects New Mayor

By |December 7th, 2022|

On Tuesday evening, Santa Monica Mayor Sue Himmelrich and Mayor Pro Tem Kristin McCowan exited the stage from their service on the Santa Monica City Council, before all newly elected and reelected members of various bodies of Santa Monica-Malibu city and school governance were sworn in.

Santa Monica Debuts First In the Nation Water Treatment Facility

By |November 17th, 2022|

On Thursday morning several local elected and appointed officials, city and county staff and policy leaders were on hand for a grand opening celebration for the city’s Sustainable Water Infrastructure Project, or “SWIP.” Santa Monica’s first-of-its-kind structure is actually located below the surface near city hall, prompting event emcee Sunny Wang, a Santa Monica Water Resources Manager, to quip, “I know on the surface it may look like a parking lot – you are not here for a grand opening of a parking lot.”

ENDORSEMENTS: Lieberman, Mignano, Rouse, and Tahvildaran-Jesswein for Santa Monica-Malibu Schools

By |November 3rd, 2022|

School Districts and their School Boards became real punching bags during the heart of the COVID pandemic, none likely more so than that governing Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (SMMUSD). But using the best science they were given (and it would change at times!), and despite some clear academic and socializing deficits that have clearly resulted from students being home, I feel the district and its board have done comparatively well, and have continued to strive for improvement in student achievement and opportunity. Therefore, we believe Laurie Lieberman and Richard Tahvildaran-Jesswein deserve re-election for another term. We would like to see them joined by district parents Alicia Mignano and Stacy Rouse.

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