Friday, July 16, 2010

Odds and Ends 177

I may just be that between this post and next Friday's Odds and Ends there could be a post celebrating the opening of Amalfitano Bakery. I shall keep my fingers crossed.
Is the fence that surrounded the Sanitation Districts pumping station still not noticeable?

I saw several K-rails on the curb and I hope if they are not gone by now, they soon will be.
Save Our Cities III, organization opposed to the initiative concerning The Marymount Plan is looking to speak to groups of folks who want to learn more about why they oppose passage of the ballot initiative.

Save Our Cities III (SOCIII) has not taken a position on whether on-campus student housing should be built on Marymount's campus. The group is strongly opposed to the proposed new ordinance that would be created by passage of the measure that would change the General Plan of Rancho Palos Verdes, take aways some rights and responsibilities provided to the City Council by voters who elected them to represent all residents of the city and also because The Marymount Plan mandates a radical departure to land use issues that are historic to the founding of Rancho Palos Verdes and could mean a non-returnable change in how and by whom land use codes, and requirements are kept in the city of Rancho Palos Verdes.
Hot and muggy enough for you yet? Earlier this morning (Friday) we got a short downpour from Mother Nature. I guess she probably felt sad that San Pedro Hill is only about 1,260 feet tall and not really a mountain where she normally dumps late afternoon rain showers.

I guess her early morning downpour was not much more than a reminder for her not to forget the little hills who want to be mountains.

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