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Venice Update

News of Venice, CA and Marina del Rey CA

Supervisors Vote to Allow Cold Camping in Santa Monica Mountains

The LA County Board of Supervisors voted on Tuesday, Dec. 10 to approve the final version of Supervisor Sheila Kuehl’s amendment to the Local Coastal...

Wrede Asks Chief of Police Questions Regarding Bomb Threat

“At this point the caution to the community is if they see something suspicious to call us,” emailed Chief of Police Michel Moore to Christian...

Venice Deputy Responds to Venice Bridge Home Bomb Threat

Note: This is a news release from Allison Wilhite who is the Venice Deputy for the Venice Bridge Home. As you may have heard, last night (2 January 2020),...

Greyhound Offers Free Ride Home to Runaway Kids

Greyhound bus will give free trips home for runaway kids.

MTA Lot on Sunset Has Bomb Threat — Only Info Available is from Councilman Mike Bonin’s Facebook Page

Note: LA Times has just come out with a story. Last night (2 January 2020), the Los Angeles Police Department responded to a report of suspicious devices...

City Permits Planters to Put in Front of Businesses

City launches new permitting programs for people to obtain permits for planters so that people can put them in front of their businesses. Venice Update...

Dr. Braskow Discusses the Homeless and “Demedicalization of Mental Illness”

Dr. Braskow Discusses the Homeless and “Demedicalization...

Dr. Joel T. Braslow, UCLA Professor of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences, will speak of  “The Demedicalization of Mental Illness” from...

Homeless Go “Far” with Being Homeless

Homeless Go “Far” with Being...

(Photo by Rick Swinger.) Homeless person brought in a shed at Penmar Park on Rose. Homeless have operated like they own the streets and have shouted such...

“Streets of Shame” Features Venice at Penmar Golf Course on Rose

Another “Streets of Shame” broadcast featuring Venice and pinpointing Rose at Penmar Golf course which has  materialized recently. Contributed...

Burglaries Plague Neighborhoods

Burglaries Plague Neighborhoods

By Judy Goldman Note: This report seems to be the echo of many neighborhoods. The man in this photo was very aggressive when caught trying to break through...