February 6, 1986
Dr. Martin Krell, a neurosurgeon who practices in Culver City, has been elected chief of staff at Daniel Freeman Marina Hospital in Marina del Rey. Other officers, both with practices in Marina del Rey, are Dr. Leon Trunk of Culver City, secretary, and Dr. Frank Greenway of Torrance, treasurer. Krell, of Beverly Hills, graduated from Columbia University and the USC School of Medicine.
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September 12, 2013 |
A group of girls who spent Tuesday tanning beachside in Marina del Rey assumed the big, snazzy boat they saw must belong to the Coast Guard. A man in a wetsuit guessed the tiered, navy-and-white vessel was a cruise ship - like the one he'd board in a few weeks for his honeymoon. And a guy who sells binoculars from Venice Pier said he'd seen it around for a couple weeks and that it belonged to "some real rich Russian dude. " Longer than a football field and topped with a gaggle of gadgets that looks like a Christmas tree without leaves, the fancy boat moored off Marina del Rey still befuddles some vacationers.
July 30, 1995
County officials tell Marina del Rey boat owners to "Shape Up or Ship Out" (Westside, July 20). Considering L.A. County's unseaworthy financial condition, perhaps they should heed their own advice. AL HIX Hollywood
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April 13, 1996
Los Angeles County health officials reopened Marina del Rey beach to swimmers Friday. It was the last portion of a four-mile stretch of coast that had been closed after a sewage spill last weekend. Water samplings at Marina del Rey beach showed that the bacteria count had dropped to a safe level, and people are no longer being advised to avoid the water, said Jack Petralia, director of environmental protection for the Department of Health Services.
April 3, 1986
Planning for a walkathon to raise money for opponents of overdevelopment from El Segundo to Venice will begin at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Covenant Presbyterian Church, 80th Street and Sepulveda Boulevard, Westchester. The meeting is sponsored by the Coalition of Concerned Communities, which has been fighting approval of large developments in Marina del Rey, Playa del Rey and Venice.
August 27, 1987
Marina del Rey resident Jim Devlin won a gold medal last week in the 400-meter race at the seventh Veterans Wheelchair Games in Ann Arbor, Mich. Devlin, a 51-year-old Korean War veteran, also competed in the slalom, the 100-meter race and the shot put. He represented the Long Beach Veterans Administration at the games. The games attracted nearly 500 wheelchair athletes from the United States, Puerto Rico and Great Britain.
April 12, 1987
G. B. W. Properties Inc. of Los Angeles has acquired five acres of land in Marina del Rey in two separate purchases totaling $8.6 million. Negotiations were transacted by the Goodglick Co. The properties are a 91,000-square-foot warehouse at 4170 Del Rey Avenue from LCF California Properties Inc., and a 71,000-square-foot office and warehouse facility at 4143 Glencoe Ave.
January 22, 1987
The county Board of Supervisors has directed the Public Works Department to establish an assessment district to finance construction of a four-lane bypass to relieve traffic congestion in Marina del Rey. Under a plan approved by the board, the county would pay 33% of the cost, Marina del Rey Lessees, a group of developers, would pay 61% and Summa Corp., which plans to build the massive Playa Vista project, would pay 5%. The cost was not immediately available.
July 29, 1993
Senior citizens can park free on weekdays at beaches operated by Los Angeles County by obtaining a special parking permit issued by the Department of Beaches and Harbors. The pass is available at the office of PCI, the firm that operates the beach parking lots under a county contract. The office is located at 14110 Palawan Way in Marina del Rey. Senior citizens can park free at any beach lot except those that utilize automated equipment. Passes may be obtained through Aug. 15.
April 26, 1990
Legislation to require Los Angeles County to spend about $138,000 a year to promote tourism in Marina del Rey failed to win support Wednesday from the state Senate's Local Government Committee. Under the bill, by Sen. Diane Watson (D-Los Angeles), 10% of the hotel-motel tax generated from the marina's six hotels would be spent for promotional purposes.