10-TERM CALIFORNIA CONGRESSMAN ANTHONY BEILENSON DEAD AT 84
Anthony C. Beilenson, an environmental protection champion considered the "father of the Santa Monica Mountains" and a 10-term congressman, died on Sunday.
Southern California Edison to make a presenatation on power outages in Topanga
SCE will have a hour long presentation at the April 12th Town Council Meeting with respect to planned and unplanned power outages, how to prepare for them, and how to report and keep abreast of their status.
SENATE UNVEILS CA ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE ACT, PUBLIC LANDS, AND WISTLEBLOWER PROTECTIONS
Today, California Senate leadership unveiled the Preserve California legislative package to insulate the state from dangerous rollbacks in federal environmental regulations and public health protections.
YOUR TOPANGA LIBRARY IS HERE TO HELP
Check your local library for free resources on the March 7 election.
All Are Welcome To Attend The Topanga Town Council Monthly Meetings
The Topanga Town Council will hold it's next regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 12, from 6:00pm to 8:15pm at the Topanga Library's community room.
WEED & WATER BABY OAKS IN THE OLD RODEO GROUNDS OF TOPANGA STATE PARK
Join us to weed and water baby oaks to help keep our ecosystem in balance. Meet at the entrance gate on Topanga Canyon Blvd. located on the south-bound side, approximately 500 yards from the intersection with Pacific Coast Highway.
WILDLIFE ARE BEING POISONED AT ALARMING RATES IN CALIFORNIA
Change.org Website Petetion & News
Rat poisons are often found in bait boxes placed around residential and commercial properties, put out by property owners or pest control companies. Rodents are the intended targets, but they are not the only victims.
TOPANGANS SHARE GARDENING TIPS AND EXCHANGE PRODUCE 'FRESH OUT-OF-THE-GARDEN'
The Topanga Produce Exchange is a free, monthly, neighborhood exchange of non-GMO organic fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers that grow in our yards. The next exchanges will be February 18th, 2017 and March 4th. 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the Children's Organic Garden. Here's how we started: In June of 2014 a small group gathered at the Community Club’s
TOPANGA RESIDENT, PROFESSOR & GEOLOGIST TO GIVE A NATURAL HISTORY LECTURE
Vicki Pedone has been a professor of Geological Sciences at California State University Northridge for 27 years, with teaching specialities in sedimentary rocks and research specialities in the formation and geochemistry of carbonate rock. Come hear her give a down-to-earth natural presentation on the geology of the Santa Monica Mountains on Monday, February 20th at 7:00pm.
LA COUNTY, CITY TO CRACK DOWN ON ENFORCING HUMAN TRAFFICKING HOTLINE LAW
California's SB 1193 requires certain businesses---including airports, bus stations, hospitals, rest stops, bars, and strip clubs---to put up posters that feature a hotline number for witnesses to report sexual exploitation and other forms of human trafficking, and for victims to receive help.
TFF '17 IS GROWING DEEPER - FEBRUARY 10-17
Topanga Film Festival 2017 is just around the corner and tickets are available now! With a jam-packed schedule of unmissable talks, world-class film screenings, innovative VR experiences, one-of-kind Topanga parties and so much more, all taking place in the stunning Rosewood space in the magical hills of Topanga. There is something for everyone to enjoy and explore.
US REPRESENTATIVE TO DISCUSS THE FUTURE
From United States Representative Ted Lieu - A Telephone Town Hall:
On February 6, 2017, US Representative Ted Lieu will be hosting a telephone town hall to discuss the current direction of our nation under President Trump. If you would like to join the conversation, please call TOLL FREE: 877-353-4701 between 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm Pacific Time.
THE SUPERVISOR'S HAPPENINGS NEWSLETTER - January 29, 2017
It’s a Museum Free-For-All (get it? Free for all?) this Sunday when more than thirty museums across SoCal welcome the public to wander through and enjoy all the galleries and exhibitions totally free of charge! In addition, Metro is teaming up with the museums to encourage everyone to take public transit to LACMA, MOCA, the California Science Center and others only a short