Silver Lake man to end his life under state’s aid-in-dying law; artistic map of Glassell Park in the works

Elysian Heights | Christine Peters

Elysian Heights | Christine Peters

MOrning Report

  • Robert Stone of Silver Lake has become one of the first California residents to obtain lethal medications under the state’s new aid-in-dying act that permits fatal prescriptions to be given to the terminally ill. Stone, 69,  has been diagnosed with bone marrow cancer and was told he has one to two years to live.  “It gives me some comfort in having control over what the end of my life will be like.” L.A. Times
  • The Glassell Park Neighborhood Council is scheduled to review a request to spend an additonal $1,000 to create an “artwork map” of the neighborhood. GPNC
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