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Venice Update

News of Venice, CA and Marina del Rey CA

Tell Magazine Salesperson to Go

Venice residents you can tell that pesky magazine salesperson to go or you will call police. Or call the police. Who knows but what person is canvassing...

How About Enforcement of 42.19

It sounds like there is no present enforcement of 42.19. Sounds like police would tell salespeople to move on and that is about it. But there is an Administrative...

Denise Has More Stickers

In answer to Heather Kahler’s comments about car recognition in neighborhood, Denise wrote that she still had some car stickers for the window. They...

Comments–23 March 2013

Erica W of Howard … Has anyone else experienced this? Door to door salesmen trying to sell magazines for outrageous prices explaining that they are trying...

Errors in Laura Silagi’s Comments

Terrible spelling errors in Laura Silagi’s comments last Update regarding the Santa Monica Airport Forum at Penmar Park, April 27, 1-4 pm. Apparently,...

Billboards Must Go!

Billboards Must Go!

“The courts have spoken,” City Attorney Carmen Trutanich said in LA Times interview today (22 March) regarding the digital billboards. Mike Feur and...

Del Rey Avenue Revisited

Del Rey Avenue Revisited

  Del Rey Avenue between Washington and Maxella used to be very different.  It was filled with motor homes parked all along and people sleeping on the...

Panhandlers Continue at Gateway to Venice Beach, Marina del Rey, but Fewer

Panhandlers Continue at Gateway to Venice...

  Panhandling has been declared legal in the state according to a recent ruling with the exception of major highways.  Police have clamped down on panhandlers...

Storage Container Removed Friday

Storage Container Removed Friday

Storage container was placed in front of the Venice Beach substation to provide containers for homeless to put their belongings in so that they could go...

Carter Vehicle Gate Open

Carter Vehicle Gate Open

  The gate at Carter was wide open Friday morning.  No sign of the lock and chain.  Thanks to Karen and Judson Kennedy’s donation for locks, a lock...