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Los Angeles Times article on Robinson Helicopter

Link to the Sunday Los Angeles Times article on Robinson Helicopter.
http://www.latimes.com/projects/la-me-robinson-helicopters/#nt=oft-Double%20Chain~Flex%20Feature~~helicopter-110am~~1~yes-art~curated~curatedpage




John Bailey, President SETHA
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Updated Vote Count for Torrance Unified School District Board of Education Election

Vote Count on 11 16 2018  3:50PM
Torrance Unified School District Governing Board Member  Three Seats Candidate(s)VotesPercentBetty Lieu (N)28,89129.03%James Han (N)17,13517.22%Jeremy L. Gerson (N)15,90315.98%Martha Deutsch (N)15,72315.80%Michael P. Wermers (N)12,24512.30%Alejandro Santander (N)9,6299.67% Vote Count on  11 13 18 for Torrance Unified School District Board of Education Torrance Unified School District Governing Board Member Candidate(s)VotesPercentBetty Lieu (N)

Weekly Crime Report for Southeast Torrance 11 4 18 to 11 10 18

This report is for Sunday, November 4, 2018 through Saturday, November 10, 2018. 37 incidents reported and this is the link to the complete Torrance Police Weekly Crime Log: https://www.torranceca.gov/home/showdocument?id=46637 RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES There were 5 in Torrance and none in Southeast Torrance. 2 in North Torrance, 1 each in Southwood Sunray, Riviera and Madrona areas. AUTO BURGLARIES There were only 5 reported in Torrance and none in Southeast Torrance. AUTO THEFT There were 6 stolen vehicles and none in Southeast Torrance. THEFT There were 12 incidents in Torrance and none in Southeast Torrance. 11 10 18     3600 Block Torrance Blvd   Suspect entered open business and   wheeled out a dryer.
11  9  18     1700 Block Fern Av    Suspect attached jumper cables to victim’s electrical box in order to steal electricity.
11 8/9 18                          22800 Block Nadine Circle            Suspect took mailbox off wall.
11 6 18  1:40PM to 4PM  1100 Block Patronella Av (Madrona are…

Weekly Crime Report for Southeast Torrance and More

This report is for Sunday, October 21, 2018 through Saturday, October 27, 2018. There are 44 incidents listed in the Torrance Police Department Weekly Crime Log on this link:  https://www.torranceca.gov/home/showdocument?id=45356 RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES There were 3 in Torrance and none in Southeast Torrance. 1 each in North Torrance, Southwood Riviera and Riviera areas. AUTO BURGLARIES There were 22 in Torrance and none in Southeast Torrance. Items stolen included laptop, walletanother wallet, tool bag, carpentry tools, drills, saw, another drill, camera viewer, purse, bag, cell phone, boots, another wallet, another wallet, clothes, bowling balls, bowling ball bag, bowling shoes, registration, insurance, GPS, key, clothes, backpacks, another wallet, cosmetics, cell phone, chargers, more keys, gift cards, another wallet, cash, flashlight, leaf blower, purse, another laptop, sunglasses, watch, another backpak and laptop, car seats, stroller, diaper bag, laptop bag, another wallet and a …

Two Cats Missing After House Fire in Southeast Torrance

These two cats were not found after the house fire in the home on 236th Street between Arlington and Cabrillo on Monday morning. Gracie is the grey and white cat and Minnie is the black and white cat.  They were house cats and would venture outside in the back yard only.If you have seen them, please send an email to SoutheastTorranceHOA@yahoo.com so we can notify the owner. John Bailey, President Southeast Torrance Homeowners’ Association, Inc. (SETHA)

New 28 Unit Hotel in Southeast Torrance Continued Indefinitely by City Council

The Torrance City Council voted to continue the matter for the reduced 28 unit hotel indefinitely to a date to be determined.
The Planning Commission previously denied a Conditional Use Permit for a 34 unit hotel to be located at 2320 Sepulveda Blvd in Southeast Torrance. http://torrance.granicus.com/MetaViewer.php?view_id=8&clip_id=13488&meta_id=291203
MOTION:Moved by Councilmember Chen, seconded by Councilmember Mattucci continue the matter indefinitely to a date to be determined. VOTE:Motion carried 6-0.
Councilmember Herring left the dais at 8:17 p.m. and rejoined the meeting at 9:05 p.m. John Bailey, President Southeast Torrance Homeowners’ Association, Inc. (SETHA)