"San Pedro has been the neglected "wife" of Los Angeles ever since LA "married" us in order to get the Port. I 'm hoping the bromance between Garcetti and Buscaino will reverse some of neglect. I pray that Garcetti will…"
I grew up in South Shores, attended Dana and Pedro High. I went to Occidental College, married my college sweetheart and got my teaching credential from CSULA. I got a job with LAUSD. We moved to Pedro to raise our daughter and now she is attending Harbor College.
My San Pedro hangout
First Presbyterian Church
My San Pedro secret
I didn't know about Busy Bee until my senior year at PEDRO.
MSHS or SPHS
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HCBF’s Letters of Interest are due Friday, July 1, 2016 by 4:00pm. VIEW Request for LOI The following are Port and Port-related impacts that HCBF is looking to mitigate in this Round of Community Benefit Grants: Visit the website for past funding examples and to review the Request for Letters of Interest. If you haven’t already, click here to sign […] See More
View List of Selected Applicants. PORT OF LOS ANGELES ANNOUNCES COMMUNITY INVESTMENT GRANT PROGRAM RECIPIENTS $1 Million in Awards Focuses on Environment, Education, Workforce Development and Promoting LA Waterfront SAN PEDRO, Calif. – June 21, 2016 – The Port of Los Angeles has awarded grants totaling $1 million in non-taxpayer funds to 27 organizations as […] See More
Professor Cooper has been studying Neighborhood Councils in Los Angeles since the inception of the Neighborhood Council System. He has published a series of papers in scholarly journals. If you are interested, I could send you several published papers. Toward strong democracy Connecting Neighborhood Councils and City Agencies Trust Building through the Learning and Design […] See More