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San Pedro Brewing Co
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San Pedro Brewing Co
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Home Depot
A little about me
Lee is a 40 year resident of San Pedro, CA. He and his wife Rose have two grown children, Scott and David. Lee was born and raised in the Los Angeles area.
My San Pedro hangout
San Pedro Brewing Co.
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I'm a open book.
MSHS or SPHS
St. Bernard High School - Playa del Rey
Hear me on Twitter at:
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The Neighborhood Councils of Los Angeles

Posted on July 12, 2017 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

I’m sorry, but I just have to laugh at all the contentious rhetoric I read (primarily on Facebook) about the Los Angeles Neighborhood Councils in San Pedro.

There are currently 97 Neighborhood Councils within the city limits, each with a $42K annual budget and a corresponding Department of Neighborhood Empowerment within City Hall. "Department of Neighborhood Empowerment," now that’s funny... if it weren't so sad.  Let’s see, 97 X $42,000.  That’s over 4…

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The Homeless - Hobos, Tramps And Bums

Posted on March 6, 2016 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

They have all been around for what seems like forever and are all technically homeless.  The homeless problem in America is not new.

In the age of political correctness, even the panhandler on the street corner may get offended if you call him a bum when he considers himself a hobo or a tramp.…

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San Pedro Citizen Guard

Posted on January 3, 2016 at 12:38pm 0 Comments

United We Stand - Divided We Fall

Posted on December 22, 2015 at 9:30pm 0 Comments

SP Homeless

The disjunctive Facebook rantings I’ve read this week between what are apparently rival support groups involved in improving the quality of life in San Pedro serve no useful purpose. Serving food to the homeless in a park is now a bad thing?

Were there permits issued for the function; probably not.  Did the organizers provide clean up of the park afterwards?  Maybe they did, maybe they didn’t.  I don’t know the real answers to any of these questions.

So what…

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