Bike It. Bus It. On BCT. The City of Redondo Beach is partnering with Los Angeles Metro for Bike to Work Day. Beach Cities Transit is hosting a Bike Pit Stop as part of Metro’s national month long bike celebration. More than 50 pit stops across L.A. County will offer refreshments and give-aways to bicycle commuters (Metro Pit Stop map). Beach Cities Transit buses are available as part of the free rides offered by Metro and local transit agencies. Bicyclists who combine their commute as a bike-transit trip can rack their bike and board the bus for free on May 19th 2016.
Evening Book Discussion Group Featuring Above the Waterfall
Join library staff, authors, and other avid readers in a lively discussion focusing on a book-of-the-month. Free to all, the meetings will be held the last Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the library's Friends of the Library Room.
Join library staff in a discussion of Ron Rash's novel Above the Waterfall on Wednesday, May 25.A summary of the book reads:
Les, long-time sheriff about to retire, contends with the ravages of crystal meth and his own duplicity in his small Appalachian town. Becky, a park ranger with a harrowing past, finds solace amid the lyrical beauty of this patch of North Carolina. When an irascible elderly local is accused of poisoning a trout stream, Les and Becky are plunged into deep and dangerous waters, forced to navigate currents of disillusionment and betrayal that will force them to question themselves and test their tentative bond--and threat to carry them over the edge.
The library is located at 111 W. Mariposa Avenue and Main Street. Call (310) 524-2728 for additional information.
Senior Housing Board Meeting Senior Housing Board Meeting at Park Vista
Thursday May 26, 2016
Planning Commission Meeting
Planning & Building Safety's Planning Commission was established pursuant to the Planning Laws of the State of California (Sec. 65100-65106) on August 20, 1946, by City Ordinance #300. The commission is comprised of 5 members who serve with minimal compensation, for 4-year terms, without term limits. The commission makes recommendations to the City Council on the adoption or amendment of the City's General Plan; performs duties with respect to land subdivision, planning and zoning as prescribed by City and State law; and, advises the City Council on those matters falling within its charged responsibilities in a manner reflecting concern for the overall development and environment of the City as a setting for human activities. The Commission meets on the 2nd. and 4th. Thursday of each month, at 5:30p.m., in the City Hall Council Chambers.