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Daily Archives: April 25, 2017

Let It Pour: Water gushes back into the Silver Lake reservoirs

SILVER LAKE — The refilling of the Silver Lake reservoirs began late this afternoon after city officials turned a large valve a few times and then waited a few minutes for the water to start flowing. After being drained in 2015 for a pipeline project, the refilling of the Hyperion and Silver Lake reservoirs will be completed much sooner than ... Read More »

The leaning snack stand of Elysian Park finally bites the dust

In the end, the leaning snack stand of Elysian Park didn’t tip over on it own. Instead, it took some heavy duty construction equipment to demolish and bring down the cinder block structure at the Northeast Los Angeles Little League field in Elysian Park. The demolition, which began earlier this month, comes after the city-owned building had been slowly sinking ... Read More »

Police looking for pickup used in Silver Lake & Pico-Union shootings; water bills won’t change much post-drought; 2,000 poll workers needed

MORNING REPORT: The same vehicle involved in a Sunday afternoon shooting that left one man injured in Silver Lake was also spotted in a separate shooting about 20 minutes later in the Pico-Union area .... The LADWP will no longer have to buy expensive water as it did during the five-year-long drought, but those savings won’t add up to much for customers .... The City Clerk is looking for 2,000 poll workers for the May 16 general election Read More »