Illegal fireworks activities at both Asilomar & Via Bluffs, nearly every night. This is happening next to dry brush and family homes. We reported to both Police & Fire Departments. Local Patrols are also aware. Lives are in danger, but no one has taken any action. Why? When? After?
I was very disappointed to see the recent camp pictures from July 23. Although I support children enjoying the summer with outdoor activities, of all the individuals pictured, only 3 out of 10 people are wearing masks correctly or at all. In a city that is currently experiencing a significant surge in cases, masks over the nose and mouth are critical. If the camps cannot ensure proper use of PPE for all staff and participants, they shouldn’t be hosting camp.
We live in the Marquez Knolls and have experienced very erratic mail service for a number of months. Delivery times vary from early afternoon to very late night to not at all. We wonder whether this is happening only in our area, throughout the Palisades, or all over the Westside.
I like that Newsom is putting the ability to eventually reopen school campuses essentially in our hands. If we do our part, stay home, social distance, all of that, then spikes will go down and our schools can reopen. If we cannot do that, they will remain closed. It’s more important than ever for us to work together and hold each other accountable with gentle reminders of what is and is not allowed under current orders.
I hope everybody is still doing everything in their capacity to keep themselves and others safe with numbers rising in LA county.
Please everyone, help out our local businesses if you can. As far as I know, there are 3 that have closed permanently. It would be such a sad thing to see another close their doors…
Amidst everything going on, it’s always uplifting to see the community stories in the Post about all the great services our neighbors are offering or ways they have gotten involved to help others. Just know your generosity goes very far and never goes unnoticed!!
Got something to say? Call (310) 454-1321 or email email@example.com and get those kudos or concerns off your chest. Names will not be used.
This page is available to subscribers. Click here to sign in or get access.