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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

News & Notes from Atwater, Elysian Heights, Glassell Park, Highland Park & Mt. Washington

Carroll Avenue, Angeleno Heights | Photo by David Rodriguez/Flickr

  • 14th Council District candidate Rudy Martinez investigated for obtaining the badge of an officer killed on duty. L.A. Times
  • Elysian Heights & Mt. Washington fall within new Glassell Park high school attendance area.  The Eastsider
  • Here’s the poop on Atwater Village stable waste for your garden. L.A. Eco Village
  • Forest Lawn-adjacent Glassell Park home on the market for $535,000. Curbed L.A.
  • UCLA operates after-hours school at Highland Park’s Franklin High. Patch
  • Happening Today: Sustainable Saturday lecture, Silver Lake;  Opening reception for “TBA: Part 6” exhibit, Highland Park; Feeding Bird Boutique 2nd anniversary party, Echo Park. Save the Date


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4 comments

  1. Rudy vs. Jose………the problem with a mudfight is everyone ends up getting dirty……..The is a decades old tradition in the 14th district….does any one remember Art Snyder?……as my mother sez: He gets things done around here; he may be a crook, but at least he’s my crook!….and who could forget Mike Hernandez, snorting coke and while wearing woman’s panties (allegedly) at City Hall? Come on boys, can’t we all just get along?

  2. I’m curious why a photo of Angeleno Heights was used for the post about news east of the 5. It’s a beautiful photo, but it’s the wrong neighborhood.

  3. @Robert Rivera — I appreciate the historical references, but just for the record, Mike Hernandez represented CD 1 — not CD 14. I believe that Art Snyder was the councilmember for the 14th (even though he was way before my time). If you wanted to go for another drug-addled 14th Council politician, you could have gone with Richard Alatorre, who famously said that the cocaine on his nose was merely residue of his “Doritos.” He did eventually face drug-related charges.

  4. @ BrianM. That our photo of the day, which represent images from the neighborhoods The Eastsider follows – on both sides of the 5 Freeway.

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