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The Argonaut has been catching a lot of flak for printing columnist Kelly Hayes-Raitt’s July 28 opinion piece “Reject the Boycott Black- list,” which criticized local lawmakers for proposing state legislation that would b...


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Won’t Somebody Challenge the LADWP? Re: “The DWP is Out of Control,” Opinion, Aug. 11 Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti promised us real reform and cost control when he was elected in 2013, yet he and the City Council have&...


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Faith in Humanity Restored I am a flight attendant based at LAX and rent a townhouse in Westchester for my overnights here. On a recent Saturday, I dropped my wallet on Manchester Avenue near Airport Boulevard. I didn’t reali...



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Advice for Confronting Coyotes Lacks Bite Re: “Coyotes Run Wild in Playa and Westchester,” News, July 28 The Argonaut’s report on the neighborhood meeting about the surge in coyote encroachment around Playa and Westcheste...


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An Investment in Our Community Re: “A Door Opens in Del Rey,” News, June 30 The Gateway Apartments are a vital step in solving our homeless issue. I live right on Glencoe Avenue near Beach Avenue, and of course there…


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Ballona Do-Nothings Behave a Lot Like Trump Re: “It’s Not Money for Bulldozers” and “Work with Nature for Recovery,” Letters, July 7 The Ballona Do-Nothings are at it again. They oppose removing 15 feet of dredge spoi...



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‘The Turmoil of Temptation’ Re: “They Elect to Disagree,” News, June 30 The divisive rhetoric of the Venice Neighborhood Council election arose entirely from the troublemaking soul of a still-anonymous perpetrator, whos...


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It’s Not Money for Bulldozers Re: “More Money for Beaches and Wetlands,” News, June 16 Rep. Ted Lieu’s National Park Service study bill was meant to more strongly protect our natural resources and provide some funds for...


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Bikes Must Yield at Oxford Basin Please see page 6 for a news story about the renovation of Oxford Basin Lagoon. The remodeled Oxford Basin, commonly called the Duck Pond, is looking good. However, bicycle riders pose a threat ...



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CLARIFICATION: Last week’s story “More Money for Beaches and Wetlands” should have made it clearer that the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission is a state agency that’s legally distinct from The Bay Foundation, a lo...






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