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Infograph Of State Housing Bill 50

Infograph Of State Housing Bill 50

6/8/19 – State Bill 50 will forever alter the landscape of California cities and how people go about their daily lives.  Here’s an infograph of how the bill, in its current… Read more ⇢
Printing Out A Home

Printing Out A Home

In the near future, building a new home may be as easy as printing out an airline boarding pass.  New Story, a charity that works to build houses for people… Read more ⇢
Short-term Rentals In Manhattan Beach Still Ok

Short-term Rentals In Manhattan Beach Still Ok

The Manhattan Beach City Council opened the door to allowing short-term rentals within the city by agreeing to consider a length of stay restriction and host fee. Short-term rentals… Read more ⇢
Cities Falling Short On Housing Construction

Cities Falling Short On Housing Construction

The state housing department released its first list showing how many California cities and counties are meeting their local homebuilding goals. The conclusion: More than 500 local jurisdictions… Read more ⇢
Getting Ready For The Big One

Getting Ready For The Big One

A 4.0-magnitude earthquake was felt across Southern California in the early morning of Thursday, January 25.  The quake struck an area of the Santa Ana Mountains straddling Riverside and Orange… Read more ⇢
Beach City Says So Long To The Leafblower

Beach City Says So Long To The Leafblower

The Redondo Beach City Council took steps on Tuesday to ban gas-powered leaf blowers within the city, citing long-standing noise complaints from residents and effects on… Read more ⇢
Underground Utilities Coming To PCH in Hermosa Beach

Underground Utilities Coming To PCH in Hermosa Beach

Undergrounding the remaining overhead utilities along Pacific Coast Highway might be in the future after the Hermosa Beach Beach City Council at its Tuesday meeting voted unanimously to begin… Read more ⇢
How Neighborly Are You?

How Neighborly Are You?

Love them or hate them, you’re stuck with your neighbors … until a for-sale sign pops up, of course. Knowing the people who live nearby can ensure the safety… Read more ⇢
Irvine Developer Buys Toyota Torrance Campus

Irvine Developer Buys Toyota Torrance Campus

The much-anticipated sale of Toyota’s sprawling Torrance campus has officially closed, turning over the keys to Irvine-based Sares-Regis Group, which anticipates redeveloping the entire 110-acre site. The purchase… Read more ⇢
Are Things Settled With The South Bay Galleria?

Are Things Settled With The South Bay Galleria?

The owners of the South Bay Galleria submitted plans this week to revamp the ailing shopping center that include 50,000 square feet of office space in addition to the smaller 300-unit… Read more ⇢
What Fate The South Bay Galleria?

What Fate The South Bay Galleria?

In the ongoing land use debate over the remake of the South Bay Galleria, one issue stands out. No surprise, it’s traffic.  In the public’s first look at a draft… Read more ⇢
Government Fees Add To Housing Costs in Redondo Beach

Government Fees Add To Housing Costs in Redondo Beach

With development on an upswing in Redondo Beach, the city council voted unanimously on Tuesday to more than triple the fees residential developers pay to fund and maintain public parks. Read more ⇢
Summer Concerts At The Beach

Summer Concerts At The Beach

Nothing feels quite as much like summer as enjoying live music in an outdoor setting. But you don’t have to venture to the Hollywood Bowl to have a great experience. … Read more ⇢
Got Flies?

Got Flies?

The rains sure were nice and God knows we needed them after five years of drought. Unfortunately, they produced an unintended consequence: flies.  One major concern is the possibility of… Read more ⇢
5 Tips for Multigenerational Living

5 Tips for Multigenerational Living

Multigenerational living has been on the rise in America in the last few years. According to the Pew Research Center, analysis of the most… Read more ⇢
What To Do With The Redondo Beach Waterfront

What To Do With The Redondo Beach Waterfront

5/26/16 – The  next big meeting for Redondo Beach’s waterfront project is June 13, where the Harbor Commission will hear public comment about the project.  Check out today’s article in… Read more ⇢
Redondo Beach Tops The List

Redondo Beach Tops The List

5/25/16 – Way to go Redondo!  According to SmartTravel.Tips, Redondo Beach is the best place to live in California, beating out such cites as Irvine, Mill… Read more ⇢
Grading South Bay Schools

Grading South Bay Schools

4/1/16 – Three school districts here in the South Bay place in the top 10 school districts in Southern California, based on data compiled by Niche.com.  At #10… Read more ⇢

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