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March 21, 2000 | JESSICA GARRISON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
An eight-foot-high black fountain of sand, water and muck gushed over a roped-off section of Redondo Beach, attracting a gaping crowd of Rollerbladers, joggers and bicyclists. "Is it an oil spill? A sewage problem?" Karen Rellos asked as she and her two children pondered the roaring machines. No, they were told the other day, the work is an ambitious--and some fear futile--$3.5-million project to extend an eroded section of Redondo Beach just south of the municipal pier by as much as 50 feet.
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September 2, 1999 | TRACY JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Sunday afternoons at Naja's Place in Redondo Beach are like having your keg and drinking it too. Beachgoers drop by to seek relief from the hot sun. Cyclists pedaling the coast stop in for a brew break. And people-watchers surrender posts on the pier to quench their thirst. Maybe the jammin' rock 'n' roll music spilling out onto the boardwalk is the allure. It could be the picturesque waterfront location in King Harbor Marina.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 1998
The Beach Cities Health District, which provides funding for health care services in Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach, says it has allocated $4.7 million for services in the three cities. The three school districts received $1.2 million to pay for their counselors and nurses along with nutrition programs. The cities received $691,000 to operate their emergency services and to conduct programs such as DARE.
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February 4, 1998
In an attempt to show children how to use the 911 emergency system, the Redondo Beach police and fire departments this week launched "911 For Kids"--a program designed to show youngsters how to report an emergency. Over the next four months, dispatchers will visit each first-grade class in the school district to teach children about what constitutes an emergency and what kind of information dispatchers need.
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January 30, 1998
A two-mile stretch of beach in Redondo Beach and Torrance was reopened Thursday by Los Angeles County health officials after they determined that high bacteria levels from a sewage spill had abated. The area from Topaz Way south to the base of the Palos Verdes Peninsula was closed late Tuesday when a blocked sewer line caused 3,000 gallons of raw sewage to spill into the ocean. The line was repaired, but officials predicted it would take a day or so for the high bacteria levels to dissipate.
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January 23, 1998
For nearly two decades, those who reached the finish line at the Redondo Beach Super Bowl 10K have always looked forward to the all-you-can-drink beer that's handed out at Seaside Lagoon, but when the 20th annual race takes place Sunday participants will be cut off after four beers. The Chamber of Commerce, which hosts the event, had believed that they didn't need a liquor license because participants were not paying for the beer, said Executive Director Marna Smeltzer.
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July 30, 1997
Dozens of preschoolers and kindergartners at Jefferson Orthopedically Handicapped School got a chance to show off the motor skills that they have gained over the last year at their annual family carnival Tuesday. About 60 children participated in games such as a water balloon toss, bowling, a treasure hunt and basketball. Students at the school have a wide range of disabilities. Some are learning how to walk independently, others are learning to use wheelchairs or crutches.
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April 15, 1997
Charging that Circus Vargas mistreats animals and neglects their medical care, dozens of animal rights activists plan to ask the Redondo Beach City Council tonight to block the circus from coming to town in June. The Redondo Beach-based Education and Action for Animals is leading the protest, claiming that the circus mistreated two elephants who died from tuberculosis last summer after Los Angeles-area performances.
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January 3, 1997
Los Angeles County Harbor Patrol officers were keeping people off a rock wall at King Harbor in Redondo Beach on Thursday after 27 people were swept onto the rocks or into the ocean by a 12-foot wave on New Year's Day. "We are still having the swells coming through," Harbor Patrol Sgt. John Pitzer said. "The area is all taped off." Most of the waves hitting the sea wall on Thursday were about eight feet tall, just enough to splash over the rock barrier.
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November 2, 1996
Since filing a gang injunction six months ago, crime in north Redondo Beach has been reduced by almost 90% and graffiti have decreased by 71%, according to a police report issued Friday. The report also said that 24 of the 28 gang members served with a temporary restraining order have been arrested on various violations of the law.
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