Daily Archives: June 6, 2017

Water agency to remove “No Trespassing” signs from Eagle Rock trail

EAGLE ROCK —  The Metropolitan Water Agency said today it will remove controversial “No Trespassing” signs along a section of the Eagle Rock Canyon trail following a meeting with a community group and council office. “The signs are coming down,” said spokesman Bob Muir. The signs should be removed by the end of today or early tomorrow followed by the removal ... Read More »

Echo Park Japanese izakaya joint planning major expansion

ECHO PARK — Tsubaki, a California version of an informal Japanese bar/restaurant known as an izakaya, is planning to double in size only a few months after opening. The Planning Department has scheduled a public hearing for June 21 to review Tsubaki’s plans to expand into the former salon (Novak) next door, creating a 2,014-square-foot restaurant. That would allow Tsubaki to ... Read More »

Voters to select new leadership today for the 34th Congressional District

Will the 34th Congressional District election remain a symbol of Latino political strength? Or will it reflect a political coming-of-age for Korean Americans? Voters will decide today when they cast their ballots in the runoff election between attorney Robert Lee Ahn  and state assemblyman Jimmy Gomez. If elected, Ahn would be the second Korean-American ever elected to Congress.  Gomez is successful would continue the ... Read More »

34th Congressional runoff comes to a close; Cal State L.A. has bad news for spring transfer students; banking on Lincoln High

MORNING REPORT: Voters head to the polls today to cast their ballots in the 34th Congressional District runoff election between Robert Lee Ahn and Jimmy Gomez .... Cal State L.A. won't be accepting community college transfer students for the spring semester after being swamped with applications this year .... A Union Bank branch located inside Lincoln High School in Lincoln Heights employs and trains students as tellers and provides information on financial literacy and skills. Read More »