Past Stories

LETTERS

Who will speak for the trees? Re: “Speaking for the Trees,” cover story, Jan. 22 Thank you for this week’s amazing cover that reflects the many residents in Los Angeles who care about our trees, the shade and beauty they&...


LETTERS

‘Century City by the Sea’ See “Speaking for the Trees,” page 13 I just witnessed the most absurd waste of taxpayer dollars I’ve ever seen, and I’m not talking about the boneheaded decision to butcher perfectly healt...


LETTERS

Closed bike path entrance was vital infrastructure Re: “Closed gate opens controversy,” news, Jan. 8 The Marina del Rey bike path gate behind Ralphs is a vital access point and should receive the attention and resources nec...



LETTERS

No such thing as disposable people Re: “Venice Beach is not a campground,” power to speak, Dec. 18 Mark Ryavec’s column is stunningly heartless. Despite the attempts to help the homeless population that he cites, their nu...


LETTERS

Cats, not poison Re: “County sends rodents packing,” news, Nov. 26 In addressing the rat infestation in Westchester, I hope the county did not use rat poisons. Those spread throughout the food chain, as has been found with ...


LETTERS

Venice council is out of touch Re: “United in Opposition,” letters, Nov. 20 Roxanne Brown’s letter concerning the proposed modifications to Kim’s Market at the corner of Venice Boulevard and Ocean Avenue in Venice gets ...



LETTERS

Marina growth means more headaches Re: “A gem in need of some polish,” power to speak, Nov. 13 It is quite clear that L.A. County Supervisor Don Knabe and other county officials do not live in Marina del Rey. Continually&he...


LETTERS

Your ‘dead zone’ is our peace and quiet Re: “Gjusta opposition grows,” news, Nov. 20 More residents are joining the cause to oppose a change of use to “restaurant with liquor license” for Gjusta, the so-called baker...


LETTERS

United in opposition Re: “Anarchy in Paradise,” power to speak, Nov. 6 Column writer Laurette Healy, an advocate for Kim’s Market’s change of use into a restaurant, is right: the Venice Neighborhood Council does seek ...



Letters

CORRECTION: Last week’s news story about controversy surrounding the new Gjusta bakery, “Gjelina’s sister bakery faces permit battle,” misstated the size of a proposed outdoor patio. The patio would seat 65 people. Endo...






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