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AQMD Meeting in Torrance on Thursday, June 8, 2017

Here is some background information on the meeting. The AQMD approved funding of $2,771,250.00 as a result of the ExxonMobil Torrance refinery explosion in February 2015. The funds are for projects that result in public health and quality of life improvements for residents of Torrance. Attached is the AQMD power point presentation at the August 24, 2016 public meeting in Torrance describing the process of determining how the funds will be dispersed. John Bailey, President Southeast Torrance Homeowners’ Association, Inc. (SETHA)
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Daily Breeze Reports Shots Fired in Southeast Torrance trailer park

Shots fired at Torrance mobile home park

POSTED: 05/26/17, 8:04 PM PDT|UPDATED: 39 SECS AGO By Larry Altman @larryaltman on Twitter Police were investigating a report of gunshots Friday night at the entrance to a mobile home park in southeast Torrance. Residents of Knolls Lodge, 23701 Western Ave., heard 10 gunshots at 5:35 p.m., Torrance police Sgt. Ronald Harris said. A large contingent of Torrance police officers responded to the scene. There were no immediate reports of wounded victims. It was not immediately known what happened.

Special Traffic Alert for Southeast Torrance -- Tuesday, May 30, 2017

On Tuesday, May 30, 2017, weather permitting, new protected-permissive left turn signals for eastbound and westbound lanes of 235th Street at Crenshaw Boulevard will be installed.  All traffic signals at the intersection of Crenshaw Blvd and 235th Street will be non-operational from 9 AM to 12 Noon.  Left turns will also be prohibited to mitigate traffic disruption. Temporary single lane closures will be required in the northbound and southbound lanes of Crenshaw Blvd and the eastbound and westbound directions of 235th Street. Significant delays are expected and alternate routes are strongly recommended. John Bailey, President Southeast Torrance Homeowners’ Association, Inc. (SETHA)

Weekly Crime Report for Southeast Torrance

This report is for Sunday, May 7th through Thursday, May 11, 2017.
32 incidents are listed on the report. RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES There were 5 in Torrance with 1 each in Southeast Torrance, North Torrance, Southwood, Riviera and Old Torrance. The residence in North Torrance was tented for fumigation and entry through an unlocked rear door occurred in Old Torrance. 5/7/2017  3-4 PM 1900 Block 238th St Suspect pried open rear door for entry and likely scared off by resident. AUTO BURGLARIES There were 8 in Torrance and 1 in Southeast Torrance. 5/9 10PM to 5/10 5:30 AM   2000 Block Reynosa Dr (Cabrillo to Arlington) Vehicle window smashed and backpack & eye glasses stolen. 4 vehicles were unlocked, 3 vehicles had smashed windows and 1 vehicle had the lock pried. Items stolen included:  Third row seat, ID, Bank cards, Training board, Gym Bag,  MP3, Sunglasses, Gift cards, and Cash from four vehicles. AUTO THEFT 1 vehicle was stolen in Torrance. THEFT There were 10 incidents.  Items taken i…

Hamilton Adult School and Education Center - Possible Disposal by TUSD

The Torrance Unified School District Board of Education Meeting on May 15, 2017 included a presentation on the possible disposal of the Hamilton Adult School and Education Center located at 2606 West 182nd.  The two parcels cover 10.265 acres. This is the link to the presentation shown at the meeting.$file/Board%20Presentation-Torrance%20Hamilton%20Surplus.pdf John Bailey, President Southeast Torrance Homeowners’ Association, Inc. (SETHA)


The United States Postal Service is offering a new, free service that lets you see what's in your mailbox before it even gets there.

It's called "Informed Delivery." Basically, you sign up for the free service and then you receive an email notification with scanned images showing your mail for that day.

USPS says this service could help reduce the risk of a number of issues, especially mail theft.

The service is available in our zip code 90501.  It scans only letter size envelopes and not packages. Go to for more information. John Bailey, President Southeast Torrance Homeowners’ Association, Inc. (SETHA)

Weekly Crime Report for Southeast Torrance and Crenshaw Blvd Traffic Impact

Traffic Impact on Crenshaw Blvd, Friday, May 12th through Monday, May 15th
Starting Friday, 5/12/17, through Monday, 5/15/17, between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m.,  Northbound #2 and #3 lanes of Crenshaw Blvd. between Del Amo Blvd and 190th will be closed for curb and gutter, sidewalk, and street repairs caused by water main break.  Traffic delays are expected  

This report is for Sunday, April 30, 2017 through Saturday, May 6, 2017. There were 51 incidents reported in Torrance. RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES There were 3 in Torrance and none in Southeast Torrance. 1 each in Southwood, West and North Torrance. A garage was unsecured in one location and a door was unlocked in another residence. AUTO BURGLARIES There were 14 in Torrance and 4 in Southeast Torrance. Items taken from vehicles included purses, tailgate, bag, tablet, cell phone, checkbook, notebook, drill, hammer drill, skill saw, band saw, extension cord, toggles, grinder, dollies, wallet, laptop, keys, sunglasses, cash, bullet-proof vest, lottery…