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Monday, September 26, 2016

News & Notes from Eagle Rock, Mt. Washington & Silver Lake

Mural in the making | Glassell Park | Photo by Laurie Avocado/Flickr

  • LAPD tries to prevent crime by predicting it. L.A. Times
  • U.S. News ranks Occidental College as nation’s 20th best liberal arts school. Occidental College
  • Photo review of this weekend’s Sunset Junction Street Fair. LAist
  • New parent seeks baby daycare recommendations. Eastsider Forums
  • The Eagle Rock restaurant owner/house flipper running against Councilman Huizar. Griffith Park Wayist
  • Mt. Washington pet owner posts photos of cat-killing Huskie. NELA List
  • Happening Today: Echo Park Lake rehab project hearing;  Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council meeting. Save the Date
  • Notes: Patch.com – AOL’s neighborhoood news service – is setting up a Mount Washington – Highland Park website … Micheltorena Elementary garden volunteers started a pumpkin patch and a Facebook page …  Echo Park resident and former Garment Citizen newspaper publisher Jerry Sullivan is working as a campaign consultant to Council District 14 candidate Rudy Martinez


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2 comments

  1. Had to drive down Sunset this morning (Monday). The street has been transformed into a garbage dump stretching for blocks around the site of yesterday’s Sunset Junction Fair. Bleh!!!!

  2. This was my 10th year in the “danger zone” by the fair (in other words, my 10th year of not being able to leave my house without having to park 2 miles away due to tens of thousands of “friends” visiting for two days). This year’s SJ seems to be the worst noise wise — it was SO MUCH LOUDER than previous years — and trash wise. Sunset and the adjoining streets are a garbage dump. Every year it is bad of course but this year seems much worse. You’d think returning the neighborhood to its previous state would be a prerequisite for shutting down Sunset. It is disgraceful.

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