Past Stories

LETTERS

A $30-million gamble Re: “Schoolroom Shuffle,” news, Feb. 19 As a retired foreign language teacher, I have a serious objection to Steve Zimmer’s proposal for Mark Twain Middle School. When I taught in an innovative Spanis...


LETTERS

Crime tale was a paranoid rant Re: “Transient-related crime is no exaggeration,” power to speak, Feb. 19 As an 81-year-old longtime resident of Venice (23 years), four blocks from the notorious boardwalk, I can only describ...


Letters

When did development become a sin? Re: Letters: From the Web, Feb. 12 I find it woefully appalling and intellectually offensive that a reader (“Sabine,” on “Legado del Mar Opposition Grows”) is unhappy that “developer...



LETTERS

Be careful what you vote for On March 3, Los Angeles voters will have the opportunity to reject a misguided charter initiative that will undermine term limits and extend the tenure of embedded elected officials an additional 18...


LETTERS

Time to take measles seriously Re: “Outbreak: Low measles vaccination rates at many Westside schools put students at risk,” cover story, Feb. 12 We, the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Health and Safety District...


LETTERS

Lack of protest indicates approval Re: Letters to the editor, Feb. 5 M. Simon’s letter, “Missing the ball at Oxford Lagoon,” actually missed the ball by asserting that the small number of those picketing the Oxford Lagoon...



LETTERS

Counting the homeless in Santa Monica In 2012 we discovered the first body at about 12:15 a.m., wrapped mummy-like in a filthy gray blanket, a few bundles poked up underneath, laying behind a two-foot high cement wall. The gend...


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...






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