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In search of Echo Park coyote poop; hearing for new Boyle Heights school building

Boyle Heights | Veroomac

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  • If you see a woman examining poop at Echo Park Lake or Elysian Park, it might be biology teacher Camille Boag.  Twice a month Boag collects coyote scat from both parks to determine what the animals eat as part of the National Park Service’s Urban Coyote Project. “She wears a National Park Service volunteer tee-shirt so people don’t think she’s crazy when she stops abruptly to poke at a clump of poop.” KPCC
  • A public hearing is scheduled today, Sept. 21, to review plans by Dolores Mission School at 170 S. Gless Street to  demolish trailer classrooms and construct a two-story building with
    classrooms, offices and a meeting room. Planning Department
  • Three Glassell Park women — Pilar Quispe, Guadalupe Soto and Maria Perez — who helped push out gangs from a local park were awarded 34th District Latino Heritage Month Community and Business Leader Awards by Congressman Xavier Becerra. Also honored was “Guillermo ‘Willie’ Zuniga,  who now heads the El Sereno operations of a pharmaceutical company that employs more than 750 people. 34th District Congressional District
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