I live on Muskingum Avenue and am sick and tired of having my mail misdirected to Muskingum Place addresses, including important correspondence concerning the current public health crisis. Muskingum Place is so small and inconsequential, many Muskingum neighbors believe it should be absorbed into Muskingum Avenue and the houses renumbered in order to stop the confusion. Some might call this Muskingum imperialism, but I call it plain old common sense.
TIME TO STOP THE TOXIC BLOWERS: Because the Coronavirus attacks our lungs, we need to keep our lungs strong and healthy. Gas-powered leaf blowers infuse our air with deadly poisons, some of which permanently lodge in our lungs. The exhaust from blowers float around for hours. A child playing outside a block from a blower will still inhale toxic fumes. Do we think it’s time to stop the gas blowers and give our neighbors a fighting chance against a deadly virus? I do.
Leaf Blowers II
GAS BLOWERS ARE ILLEGAL, why are you still using them? Don’t blame the gardener. 90% have electric and all have a rake. Leaves are beautiful, let some of them be. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to report. Give address/time of use. It’s utterly irresponsible to do high-powered gas blowing of particulate mold and bacteria matter, especially when we’re all trying to keep our immune systems strong right now.
I suggest that each week there should be published information with respect to the number of people who been identified with the Coronavirus/COVID-19 in the Palisades, Santa Monica, Bel Air, Brentwood and west Los Angeles (every community west of Sepulveda Blvd.). List the number respectively for each community. You might also include the number for all of L.A. County and the entire state. I wonder if Caruso is providing relief for tenants in the Caruso Village in the Palisades. This is a terrible situation affecting health and the economy. The virus has mutated twice – from animal to animal and for unknown reasons from animal to humans and then from human to human. A very vicious and unusual virus.
Disappointing to see Palisades citizens resorting to selfish panic shopping. I thought we were better than that. Do you really need 5-10 of everything? How about thinking of other people too.
Home of the Brave
From our brave firefighters and Police officers who saved us from devastating fires earlier in the year, to our supermarket staff, medical workers and restaurant staff who risk their lives to serve our community in this time of need, we owe every one of you our highest gratitude. You are our heroes and we cannot thank you enough.
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