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Water main breaks in Eagle Rock & Los Feliz; Silver Lake Jewish center director retires

The Plumed Serpent by Willie Herron, City Terrace | Martha Benedict/Eastsider Photo Pool

The Plumed Serpent by Willie Herron, City Terrace | Martha Benedict/Eastsider Photo Pool

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  • Two separate water main breaks flooded a home in Los Feliz  and damaged pavement on the border of Eagle Rock and Glassell Park, where El Paso Drive near Avenue 45 was closed this morning.  A third water main also burst in East Hollywood near Vermont and Melrose avenues. CBS2
  • Ruthie Shavit of the Silverlake Independent Jewish Community Center has retired after serving as director for 28 years. Jewish Journal
  • How to tell if your tree is drought stressed. KPCC

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