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The eviction moratorium is set to end this month; here’s what renters, landlords can expect

Some renters and property owners have expressed frustrations with the slow rate at which rental aid money has been rolling out. As local eviction moratoriums are set to end on Sept. 30, advocates for both landlords and renters say they should still apply for rent relief. The post The eviction moratorium is set to end this month; here’s what renters, landlords can expect appeared first on Long Beach Post.
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Men charged with hate crime for attacking Jewish diners in Los Angeles

Two California men were charged with a hate crime for attacking two Jewish diners outside a Los Angeles sushi restaurant, prosecutors said. Xavier Pabon, 30, and Samer Jayylusi, 36, were charged Tuesday in the May 18 attack outside Sushi Fumi in the city’s Beverly Grove section, where they were part of a pro-Palestinian group, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
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Boyle Heights nonprofit feeds 1600 families a week

The pandemic has disproportionately impacted undocumented workers staffed in the Los Angeles restaurant industry, but one Boyle Heights non-profit is stepping up for the community with weekly food assistance programs. “The undocumented populous in this county feel invisible,” said No Us Without You Co-Founder Damian Diaz when explaining the importance...
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Santa Monica, Malibu Move Toward Divorce Settlement in School District Separation

A county committee on Saturday refused a Santa Monica request to kill an independent Malibu school district; afterward, officials in both cities embraced a potential settlement. At the Sept. 18 meeting, LA County Office of Education's special committee voted, 8-2, to have its staff examine the issue further, after rejecting...
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Hermosa Beach lifeguard tower will wear Pride colors permanently

The Hermosa Beach lifeguard tower on 13th Street painted in June to celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month will permanently retain its rainbow colors, officials announced Monday. According to Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn’s office, the rainbow paint job will be maintained by the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors, which oversees lifeguard towers across the county. That includes one in Venice that also has been painted Pride rainbow colors.
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Poison Free Malibu Forms CARP: Cities Against Rat Poison

The Malibu-based nonprofit Poison Free Malibu, founded by Joel and Kian Schulman, continues to pick up steam with its eventual goal to eliminate harmful pesticides from the environment—the kind that kill or harm wildlife, plants, humans and pets. Last Friday, Poison Free Malibu officially announced that, with a grant from...
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