New publisher takes over Northeast L.A. newspaper; big turnout for East L.A. Mexican Independence Day parade

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  • Tom Topping, who founded the Boulevard Sentinel 18 years ago, has turned the newspaper over to Timothy Tritch, whose family operates Tritch Hardware in Eagle Rock. Boulevard Sentinel
  • Thousands turned out in East Los Angeles for the 69th Annual Mexican Independence Day Parade. ABC7

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  1. I’m afraid that the bike lanes that were put in along Colorado Blvd. in Eagle Rock and that tore the fabric of the community to shreds might have been too much for Tom Topping to take. If I’m not mistaken, Tim Tritch also suffers from the damage the bike lanes have brought to Eagle Rock. I hope he is able to handle the great pressures of reporting on such a destroyed and divided community.

    • We are all hoping for the best. Eagle Rock has been in tatters since the bike lanes ravaged the community. Just yesterday, I was only able to average 45mph on Colorado and barely hit 50mph on Eagle Rock blvd with cyclists giddily snickering at me in my PT Criuzer. The tension is as thick as the hot September air….

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