August 28, 2020 La Mirada Lamplighter eNewspaper

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4FSWJOH $FSSJUPT BOE UFO PUIFS TVSSPVOEJOH DPNNVOJUJFT t "VHVTU t 7PM /P t MPTDFSSJUPTOFXT OFU The City is claiming that the during the construction period. ta or Artesia is a city designated ows onto arterial streets.â€? truck route, commercial vehicles The City then cited the nurerouting has caused over $5 “Caltrans has failed to coorHMG EXCLUSIVE Hews Media Group-Los Cer- million in damage to the streets, dinate thus far, and any further over 6,000 pounds are strictly merous safety hazards caused by ritos Community News has ob- increased pollution in the area, lack of communication or con- prohibited on the streets, per the rerouting of trafďŹ c, concerns that have been voiced by Cerritained a letter, dated September increased trafďŹ c noise, and in- sultation with the City and its City Municipal Code.â€? The Caltrans rerouting of tos residents in calls and emails 6, 2019, addressed to Caltrans creased the safety risk of resi- residents is unacceptable.â€? from the city of Cerritos that dents. The City blasted Caltrans for trucks has caused severe dam- to both HMG-LCCN and the Further the letter states that establishing a detour route on age and increased trafďŹ c at peak City. blasts the state agency for reroutTheCITY rerouting on Carmenita ing tractor-trailer trafďŹ c through Caltrans is in violation of the southbound Carmenita between hours, the extensive damage LAKEWOOD NEWS the City due to I-5 construction project’s ďŹ nal Environmental the I-5 and Artesia Blvd., and alone is estimated “to cost $5.2 takes large trucks by two schools, Elementary Carme“averprojects. Impact Report which obligates eastbound Artesia Blvd. between million to repair,â€? and the BY BRIAN HEWS It wasStowers bittersweet moment and at the age daily trafďŹ c on said streets nita Middle school in addition Shockingly, the rerouting was the agency to coordinate with cit- Carmenita and the I-5. Lakewood City Council meeting this doneFinance without notifying City. ies to minimize adverse impacts “Neither stretch of Carmeni- has signiďŹ cantly increasedweek andwhen Councilmember Lakewood~The Water Replenishment DirectortheAndrew Diane



Seeshe CALTRANS DuBois announced that would page be re-14 Hamilton refuses to submit ecttiring to construct two new wells as part of 1. the council effective Sept. RANCHO LA HABRA: Thescrutiny. project site is the Westridge Golf Club, which is adjacent to Beach Boulevard and adjacent to the WRD’s from ďŹ nancial reports for Regional Groundwater MonitorDistrict (WRD) is embarking on a proj-

DuBois has served 15 years on the ARTESIA HIGH STAFF-MEMBER council and, before that,RECEIVES 28 years on the city’s Planning and Environment Comidents are concerned about the Rancho mission,FROM making her the Lakewood resiAWARD OF VALOR LAKEWOOD dent with the longest combined service as La Habra project.

existing Westridge Plaza shopping center. Many La Mirada residents are concerned about the additional traffic in the area.

ing Program (RGWMP). One well would be in Paramount in the BY BRIAN HEWS other well will be in Cerritos. BY TAMMYE MCDUFF In a phone call WRD President Vera Hews Media Group-Los Cerritos Robles DeWitt told HMG that the wells Community News has learned that Maribel Lopez, spokesperson and “I understandBY thatTHOM cities MARTIN don’t like will be in Progress andSee Cerritos action, Park jumping out of Park her DUBOIS pagecar 11 Central Basin Finance Director Andrew East. founder of Save La Habra Grassroots to become involved in the business of grabbing the boy and helping the Hamilton has been issuing paychecks to KITS FOR HOMELESS: Cerritos residents Josiah, Jacob and Jared Joseph with LAFD Because groundwater, water contained spoke their to the La Mirada neighboring cities,â€? saidCity “but The of Lakewood held woman. Central Basin employees despite the fact Coalition, ofďŹ cials display COVID Kits forCity the Homeless. They were inspired byLopez, paramedic in deep underground cannotHigh advocating for helping responsible La Mirada citizens notveteran, have its should annual Award of to Valor lunShe took aquifers, them to Artesia that the board has not passed a 2020-’21 Council Jose Perez and his actions the homeless. FireďŹ ghter Perez, a 16-year be directly observed; WRD must track cheonimprovements on Nov. 6 to thank development, saving open space and pay for these of the men School, where they receiveditmedbudget. recently died after contracting COVID. Photo courtesy of thetraffic Joseph family. wells and specialized and women of the The Los through Angelesdeepical assistance and weremoniultimateThe budget stalemate is due to Direc- protecting the community from out-of- La Habra’s development projects.â€? toring equipment. County Sheriff’s Department and ly transported to the hospital. tors John Oskoui and Bob Apodaca; they control development. Project has yet to be finalized, with a BY TAMMYE MCDUFF teens weeks how toremaining develop atobusiness Fire Department, as well as the are defying a court decision from last Because of Lopez is a long time resident of La few submit plan, traffic Seeher WRDseless page 14 aclearn critical thinking skills and learn who pro- tions, the City of Lakewood reweek deliberately not attending special Mirada and rooted in the community. community volunteers mitigation to La Habra. Lopez was in Josiah, Jacob and Jared Joseph what it takes to be your ownserve boss.Lakewood. Instead BY BRIAN HEWScalled to approve the board meetings and cently awarded Bridget with the Lopez presented 182 letters to the attendance to urgetect Lacreating Mirada Council to are making their mark. As part of the of baking cupcakes or shirts, budget. Bridget Perrizo,the a staff mem- Mayor’s Award at the city’s ancity council from allAngeles districts. Many res- Joseph brothers tookSee MIRADA page 12 honored nual Awards of Valor ceremony. curriculum for Los Urban League to a whole new In addition, the actual John amount of payber itatLA Artesia High was Central Basin Director Oskoui 2020 Online Biz Camp, these young men level. After holdingwhen a family meeting they roll has not been approved as an item on she helped two people that "I always wondered what I has missed several meetings since January, decided to give back to the community and the consent calendarfrom duringmoving regular forboard had to turn an idea into a business. was being attacked by a dog. would do when faced with a situBY BRIAN HEWS preventing the agency Partnering with the Network for develop CoVID Kits for the homeless. meetings, and Hamilton is not submitting Bridget, was headed back to ation like this one," said Perrizo. ward and addressing infrastructure probTeaching Entrepreneurship, Biz Camp is Initially the project was made possible work from lunch when she spot"By the grace God, Rail I had the The California HighofSpeed lems left by Kevin Hunt and two Directors See $&/53"- #"4*/ page 12 a four week summer program that teaches See TRIPLETS page a12woman and courage to take action. I'm so ted a dog attacking Authority this week released additional who resigned, Frank Heldman and Dan Aryoung boy. The dog had knocked and son elementsglad of itsthat planboth for the the mom thirty-mile righi; both of whom were appointed, like them to the ground and they were are okay, and I'm so honored Los Angeles-to-Anaheim section of theto Oskoui, under Assemblywoman Cristina screaming for help. project. receive this award.â€? Garcia’s 2016 AB 7194. Bridget immediately took TRASH piles up at alast condominium complex in Hawaiian Gardens. The City chose Waste Resources The corridor travels through cit-15 That all changed Thursday, made See HEROthe page BY BALA THENAPPEN Incorporated as their new hauler, who said they would immediately begin trash pick up. Photo Brian Hews. ies of Los Angeles, Vernon, Commerce, official this past Monday.




Bell, Pico Rivera, Norwalk, The Central Basin Board was finally This Montebello, November’s ballot will feature Santa Fe 17, Springs, Mirada, able to move forward, even with Oskoui proposition whichLa would allowBuena Park, Fullerton and for Anaheim asconwell as abstaining, approving the hiring of a law Californians on parole a felony portions of unincorporated Los Angeles firm, passing the 20-’21 budget, and, closviction to vote. Currently, felons must County.their prison sentence and their ing a big hole in the organizational chart, complete BY BRIAN HEWS “Poor leadership, no foresight included several default letters, paroleThe sentence vote. parolees routeto uses theCould Los Angeles approving the hiring of a general manager. on the situation, typical of this which, under California’s Public swing elections in the state’s most comUnion Station (LAUS) to the Anaheim The final vote came the next day at anWhile rotting trash is accumu- City Council,â€? former Hawaiian Resource Code Section 49000, petitive districts? Regional Transportation Intermodal other meeting, Oskoui failed latingspecial in many parts ofwhich Hawaiian Gardens Mayor Rey Rodriguez starts the clock on termination. The term “paroleesâ€? applies to peo- Los Center (ARTIC) using the existing to attend. Voting for the budget were PresiGardens, Mayor Myra Maravilla told HMG-LCCN. City staff even went the extra ple who are allowed back into the comAngeles-San Diego-San Luis Obispo dent Leticia VP ArtconChacon, and and the CityVasquez, Council ďŹ nally The staff report included in step and attempted to work with munity from prison before their prison (LOSSAN) rail corridor. Directors Hawkins, Martha Camachoducted a Phil hearing, waiting an enlast week’s meeting presented CWS to cure the breaches and sentence scheduledCorridor to be completed, TheisLOSSAN is currently Rodriguez and Bob Apodaca. tire week, and allowing the trash clear evidence that CWS was in defaults starting in March of this as long as they follow certain guidelines used by both passenger (Metrolink and The vote toeven approve thetolaw firm of Los to accumulate more, once violation of its contract with the year, each of which gave CWS and reporting requirements. Roughly Amtrak) and freight rail providers. AddAngeles-based Baker, Keener & Nahra, again discuss terminating CWS’ City, but Mayor Maravilla and the steps to resolve the defaults. 52,000 Californians are expected to be ing high-speed rail tracks enhances this LLP will be this week. contract. Council were apparently afraid to In addition to the default noon parole in 2021. shared urban rail corridor by improving And a 5-1 voteM. thisBrown past Monday, Underin the Ralph pull the termination trigger, leav- tices, the City also attempted to California parolees should be expectAct, Maravilla and the City Couning residents driving by stinky arrange meetings with CWS but safety and operations for rail and other with Oskoui voting no, after the position ed to lean left as a voting bloc. In 2007, cil could have outeight a notice piles for the foreseeable CWS did not attend most meetusers. was vacant for sent nearly months, theof trash ALL ABOUT LOCAL GOVERNMENT PRIDE: City (sitting) Hall SelďŹ e Day is celebration of local government and gives employees BOB SNOW turned 77a as friends and relatives threw him a drive-by party. Florida gave 150,000 ex-felons who had and and held a meeting within two future. ings. ARTESIA HIGH staff-member Perrizo received the Award of It Bridget also supports national and board hired Dr. Alejandro Rojas as the residents the opportunity to get out in their community and and showCouncilmen off their bestRay camera phone and skillsSonny while Santa showcasing their local a been convicted enses for lessthe serious off Mayor Juan Garza Hamada Ines presented daysgovernment to address the situation. The voluminous staff report Valor from Lakewood for saving two in a dog attack. buildings. The pictures must becertificate posted to social media using #cityhallselďŹ e to enter Story 9. of recognition for hashtag his countless contributions to the the contest. city. Photo byon T. page McDuff. See PROP 17 page 4



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2 17,Los Cerritos Community News - advertise call 562-407-3873 AUGUST 28, 2020 3 JULY 2020 ToTo advertise call 562-407-3873 Los Cerritos Community News - nity,” he explained. “Our Homeless Preto establish the cause of the fire because and Food Pantry Program offer ofvention concerns over the building’s structural families comprehensive support, allowing integrity. them to stabilize crisis and avoid “We’re going totheir have building engi-losing their neers comehome.” in and see if we can shore up last 5itmonths, Wepossible Care has someOver wallsthe to make as safe as more to than $100,000 foradministered the investigators go in and startin rent and mortgage alone.accordTheir cliinvestigating thisassistance fire,” he said, The roof is gone and everything was ents now are primarily those effected by ing to the Times. burned - up to the alter. the pandemic through layoffs, business Adrian Marquez Alarcon, spokesBY LAURIE HANSON closures in unemployment benwoman forand thedelays Archdiocese of Los STAFF REPORT saidare thattwo because ofmonths renova-behind efits. Many to three With many struggling to survive the Angeles, underway at the church ahead of its on rent and utilities, according to Lowenpandemic’s economic effects on daily life, tions A massive fire devastated an eighberg.anniversary, historic paintings and one nonprofit is helping to meet the ever- 250th teenth century mission church in San removed Buthad We been Care’s programand is were muchnot more increasing need of local individuals and artifacts Gabriel, in the Archdiocese of Los Angein the building at the time of the fire. than housing and food assistance. Through families. les, July 11. Gomezapproach, visited the church case management their counTucked in with several other nonprofits a Archbishop Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los morning, saying Facebook selors help identify clienton needs, matching in the city of Los Alamitos is a communi- Saturday Angeles called the fire at San Gabriel “[he] woke up in before dawn this to help WE CARE of Los Alamitos Executive Director Rob Lowenberg. We Care is a them to resources the community ty-based agency called We Care, who have that Mission church, founded by St. Junipero morning to news that our beloved San community-based agency dedicated to preventing homelessness. Since COVID-19, been caring year-round for low income in- address those needs now and in the future. Serra, “devastating.” their calls for service are up by 55 percent. Gabriel Mission,and founded by can St. Junípero Individuals families receive an dividuals and families since 1989. The fire began early Saturday mornwasincluding burning.”rental/mortgage arrayinof1771, services Under the direction of Rob Lowenberg Serra ing around 4 a.m. and destroyed the roof “Thank God no one is hurt,” Gomez ex- MISSION SAN GABRIEL, which was founded in 1771 by St. Junípero Serra, was childcare who has worked there for more than 14 assistance, food assistance, and interior of the 249-year-old strucberg said. tion program,” said Lowenberg. Other said. “I’m here to pray with the people. years, with the last 4 years spent as execu- pense coverage, vehicle support services, devastated by fire July 11. Auxiliary Bishop David O’Connell of the San Gabriel ture. We Care’s food pantry resources are positive outcomes they have measured and roofassistance, is destroyed andmanagement, there is muchther- Pastoral Region of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles utility case tive director, the agency successfully helps The was on 93 hand to survey the fireLocal firefighters said they responded damage in the old church. St. Junípero, also dependent upon the schools and lo- achieved are: percent of individuals/ prevent homelessness, provides financial apy, and medical referrals. This along with caused damage. Photo courtesy Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Victor Aleman. cal churches, with their supply now being families remain in stable housing during to an initial alarm at 4:24. forsafety-net/wrap-around this city, this state, andservices this other are assistance and other services to those in pray strained and stretched. Families are now the program ; 88 percent of families achieve By the time they arrived, smoke and country you helped to found.” offeredthat to clients throughout the duration greatest need. limited to two to three bags at a time, in- self-sufficiency in the program; 71 percent flames were visible from outside the Theare San Gabriel mission was the with the agency. “We Care strives to keep families they stead ofwas fourcanonized to five bagsbynormally. self-sufficiency at least church – which is a California Historical fourth mission founded by St. Junípero Serra Pope Francis onserved July 4,maintain during which one man for burned “By the end of the program individusafely housed and provide financial assisThe target population area the agency six months after program completion; Landmark. a Franciscan who founded the face of the statue with an ignited 100 als/families are nopriest longer at-risk,” he aex- during a visit to the United States in tance to aid in the prevention of these in- Serra, serves is individuals or families with or percent families served are the linked to "Our beloved #SanGabrielMission, of missions across California. spray can,of before a crowd pulled plained. “They are capable of adapting and 2015. dividuals from becoming homeless,” said trail without children who are threatened with community resources/mainstream benefits founded in 1771, devastated by fire “Junípero sought to defend the digSerra helped to convert thousands statue from its base and struck it with a with the circumstances thatofput Lowenberg. “Our agency takes pride in its dealing homelessness or are low-income in north- that helps them develop a plan to prevent before dawn. St. Junípero Serra, pray for native Californians to Christianity, and sledgehammer and other objects, dancyear-round rental/mortgage assistance pro- them in a vulnerable or at-risk state [in the nity of the native community, to protect County. But they and serve all future housing instability this land that you helped to found," said it west from Orange those who had mistreated taught them new agricultural technoloing and jumping upon it. first place].” gram.” of Orange County whenin utilizing federal “We Care is committed to promoting Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez. abused it,” the pope said his homily at gies. The recent closures of schools and Over the past 5 months calls for help to Another statue of the saint was torn homeless funds received through the Emerour core values of compassion, integrity, Battling the four-alarm fire eventuMany ofhas Serra’s missionsWe form also affected Carethe direct- the Mass of canonization. the agency have increased by 55 percent, churches down in Golden Gate Park, San Francisgency Food and Shelter Program grant. respect, commitment and dignity,” he addally involved 50 firefighters, according Despite Serra’s record defending of what arethe today the state’s big-direct ly. Normally, agency receives according to Lowenberg. Individuals and cores co, on June 19 by a crowd of about 100 The cities locally served are Los Alamitos, ed. “Our vision is to create a community to the Los Angeles Times. Local fire cities— such as Sanlocal Diego, San coun- indigenous peoples, statues of the saint communications from school families simply are having a hard time af- gest on the same a statuehoused of Rossmoor, Fountain Valley, Hun- people, where and its members are day nourished, department spokesman Captain Antonio have becomeCypress, focal points for protests Francisco, and Los Angeles. fording to put food on the table, pay rent or selors, teachers and principals who help the saint was torn down in Los Angeles. tington Beach, Sealacross Beach,California and Stanton. and self-reliant.” Negrete called the damage “heartbreakdemonstrations in An advocate for native people and them and struggling families and refer utilities due to the economic effects of the identify TheFor following week the San Juan “The Homeless Prevention Program more information about We Care ing.” recent weeks, with images of the saint a champion of human rights, Serra was to the agency. “This procedure has not only pandemic. Missionthey andprovide, its neighboring consistently hasorhad a 71 percent success Capistrano and the services please visit “The roof of the mission is combeing torn down vandalized in protest often at odds with Spanish authorities “Now more than ever, our services are helped address the families’ financial crisis removed statues of Serra fromor call (as in, 71 colonial percent ofpast. participants do not church online at pletely gone and the interior up to the California’s over the treatment of native people, from ofrate needed during this time of uncertainty, to but has often been the answer to the acalose their pulled presentdown homes), which their office at 562-598-9790. to preserve them altar is completely destroyed,” Negrete whom there was an outpouring of grief Rioters a statue of is St.much their outside displays meet the emergency needs in our commu- demic struggles of the student,” Lowenhigher than the average homeless prevensaid, noting that it was not yet possible at his death in 1784. from being targeted. 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are not Black. The population of parolees in California is disproportionately Black and Latino. In 2016, 26% of California’s parole population was Black (even though only 6% of California’s overall population was) and 40% of California’s parole population was Latino. In California, Black voters and Latino voters, according to the California Public Policy Institute, tend to vote Democrat by a signiďŹ cant margin. However, most research also suggests that voter turnout amongst parolees would be very low. The Florida study mentioned above found that, among those eligible to vote, only 16 percent of black ex-felons and 12 percent of all other felons voted in the 2016 election. Another study found that only ~13 percent of ex-felons in Iowa who had gotten their right to vote restored in

dential election, much smaller than the ~55% turnout rate observed in the whole electorate that year. Given the low turnout typically observed among ex-felons and the Democratic party’s dominance in recent statewide elections - Governor Newsom and Governor Brown won each of the last 3 gubernatorial elections by over 1,000,000 votes - prop 17 would hardly make a dent in statewide election results. Even at the local level, where prop 17 has the potential to be most relevant politically, only a handful of races were decided by less than 10,000 votes in recent years. Currently, 19 states allow parolees to vote. The passage of prop 17 would be perhaps the most progressive shift in California’s electoral policy since the state began allowing ex-felons (who had completed their prison sentence/parole) to vote in 1974.

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• Local Delivery Available The U.S. Census Bureau announced • We Are A Compounding Pharmacy in August that the deadline for online, • Ask About Our Weight Loss Program phone and mailed self-responses for the 2020 Census has been changed to 11515 PIONEER ARTESIA BLVD. BLVD. 17623 Wednesday, September 30. ARTESIA ARTESIA Census staff is currently conduct562-402-1000 ing field canvassing to follow-up with 562-402-1000 fax 562-402-2471 non-responsive households, and will fax 562-402-2471 continue to do so through WednesARTESIA 176th ST day, September 30. Appropriate safety precautions, including use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and social GRIDLEY distancing practices, are being folStan Winters, R.Ph lowed during field canvassing to ensure the safety of residents and Census WELCOME RELIEF: 88 King Chinese staff. During these door-to-door visits, Fast Food & Donut was awarded over $4,000 under Norwalk's program. Census representatives are equipped with devices that can digitally accept Census responses. Marine Supply in Whittier As ofREPORT August 11, the Cerritos' 2020 help STAFF prevent the spread of COVID-19 or Census response rate was 78.8 percent, costs needs part time interns. Great associated with requirements under which is higher than the response rate Norwalk, CA – COVID-19 has current health department guidelines. opportunity to learn the of otherimpacted municipalities throughout the Loans have the potential to be forgiven. greatly businesses throughout business world. High School Southeast the nation.Los Angeles County region. To qualify for the Business Loan or College studentswho are Recognizing thatbysmall are Program, Data obtained the businesses U.S. Census a business must: the backbone of to ourdetermine neighborhoods, and Bureau is used the distridetail oriented and employ posess a Be located in Norwalk, that a healthy business environment is bution of Congressional seats to states; 20 staff or less (including the owner) good telephone voice. essential to the well-being the commake planning decisions of related to the and possess a valid Norwalk Business munity, theof City of Norwalk the allocation resources for launched community License. Additional requirements are Economic Recovery Stimulus Program. services and infrastructure; distribute detailed at The program consists of one time more than $675 billion annually in For more information, please call the loans of up to $35,000 at 0% interest. federal funds to local, state and tribal Community Development Department at Funds must be used for lease/rent/mortgovernments and serve as the nation’s gage, and/or utility payments, supplies to (562) 929-5951. primary demographic resource. For more information about the U.S. ARC from Census 2020,page

FAMILIES ACROSS the ABC Unified School District have set up workspaces for their students' studies in the ABC Virtual Academy.

ABCUSD NEWS SERVICE On Monday, August 24, 2020, ABC Unified School District schools started the new school year. Parents didn’t drop students off at school, lunches weren’t packed, and students didn’t stand in line to be led into their classes. Instead, students were home, learning from their teachers through the ABC Virtual Academy. “This new school year is beginning very differently. With over 30 years in the District, it is certainly different to me,” said Superintendent Dr. Mary Sieu. “But that doesn’t mean it’s any less special for our students who are beginning new grades and meeting their teachers with anticipation and excitement.” Students aren’t the only ones adjusting to online learning; teachers are too. Both new and seasoned teachers are learning how to connect with their students through a screen. “After 25 years of teaching in-person, teaching virtually made me nervous,” said Jennifer Knipe, a kindergarten teacher at Carver Academy in Cerritos. “I was concerned about connecting with my students but was surprised at how smoothly the first day went. My students engaged with me and each other.” Across the school district, students

are actively learning from teachers on a set schedule as if they are sitting in class. That is the goal of the ABC Virtual Academy, bringing the classroom to the student through Google Classroom with video conferencing through Google Meet or Zoom. “The goal of the ABC Virtual Academy is to do what we do best – teach our students – albeit in non-traditional ways,” said Dr. Valencia Mayfield II, Assistant Superintendent of Academic Services. “There were countless hours of careful thought put into every facet of the Virtual Academy, from curriculum to student engagement. We had to reconsider how we deliver education while meeting the high expectations of our students and families.” Students engage in learning each day of the week. On Wednesdays, students login for attendance and work independently on assignments, projects, or watch pre-recorded lessons. Tutoring is assigned to students who need extra support. While students are learning, teachers are also engaged in professional development as they continue to learn about the best ways to teach online. “I’m so proud of our teachers, support staff, principals, and co-administrators for the hard work they’ve put into creating a great experience for our students,” said Dr. Sieu. “We know there will be bumps in the road, but we’ve done our best to make sure those are few and far between.”

250,000 acre-feet (82 billion gallons) of water annually. The Forebay conserves WRD 150,000 acre-feet (48.9 billion gallons) MS. LOPEZ, Kindergarten teacher from Stowers Magnet School of International Studies, each year. WRD employs the most adContinued from page 1 engages her class from inside her classroom. vanced technology to maintain high-qualiThis project is made possible through a ty water for millions of people in Los Anpartnership with the United States Geolog- geles County. ical Survey (USGS). WRD’s partnership “The Water Replenishment District alwith the USGS saves ratepayer funds. ways strives to be proactive in monitoring WRD has been monitoring groundwa- groundwater quality” said WRD President STAFF sensor systems. Turf removal ter in theREPORT Central and West Coast Basins for moisture Vera Robles DeWitt, representing District 5 forParamount. rebates. “The construcover 50 years. This monitoring program is also and qualifies the City of Residential and commercial rebatesof a tionRebate amounts mayisvary and are in integral to WRD’s work and consists of these two wells an investment network of more than 300 monitoring wells based are available for qualifying water-saving our future to availability create a drought-resilient and on the of funding. Visit at 60 locations throughout the District. locally-sustainable water supply.” devices and measures through the Metro- or call (888) 376The newDistrict wells will be installed and 3314 Director representing District politan Water (MWD) conservafor more Allen, information. drilled approximately 2,100 feet deep. 3 and the City of Cerritos, added tion rebate program. The MWD is a consortium of 26“WRD The wells will provide comprehensive is proud of its commitment to delivering Products eligible for rebates include cities and water districts that provides data of groundwater levels and quality in quality water to pumpers and residents high-efficiency washers,Forebay. premium drinking water to nearly 18 million aquifers within clothes the Montebello in our region. These new wells support high-efficiency toilets, weather-based parts of Los Angeles, The Forebay is vital to Southern Los people WRD’sinmission to protect andOrange, preserve irrigation controllers, rotating sprinkler San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino Angeles County’s water supply. The 43 high quality groundwater.” nozzles, rain barrels cisterns use and about soil and Ventura counties. cities within WRD’sand jurisdiction



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Metro Deploys First 60foot Zero Emission Bus EMPLOYMENT

Metro) has deployed its first zero emission electricAnthem, bus on the GInc. Line in the San Fernando Valley The deployment is the seeks Information Security first of 40 electric buses that will be put intoAdvisor service by in theCerritos, end of 2020.CA to “Even as and we confront the immediate design implement IT challenge of COVID-19, we are making security controls and detect a long-term investment in a healthier, more and remediate suspicious sustainable future with the delivery of this first electric busactivity. on the G Line,” said Los Angeles Mayor and Metro Board Chair Eric Garcetti. The electric buses cost $1.15 million each in a total project valued at over $80 million. This project includes the deployment of the electric buses and associated charging equipment and infrastructure improvements. The new buses will be capable of recharging at various points along the G Line (Orange).

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FLU SHOTS NOW AVAILABLE AT CVS Two-thirds of Americans say they plan to get a flu shot this year; 54 percent planning on getting shot earlier.

August 25, 2020 - With the ongoing health impacts of COVID-19 on local communities, CVS Health is reminding the public that it is more important than ever to stay current with vaccinations and other routine health care needs. By getting a flu shot this fall and taking other proactive measures to improve general health and immunity, individuals and families can protect themselves against FERNANDO CHACON with supporters of his campaign for Montebello Unified seasonal flu, help safeguard the overall School District. Chacon is long-time appointed commissioner on MUSD Personnel health of the community and minimize the impact on health care resources. Commission. Photo courtesy Chacon campaign. According to a survey commissioned by CVS Health[1] and conducted among a general population of U.S. consumers, the impact of COVID-19 is significantly influencing individuals’ likelihood to get a flu shot this season. Results have shown that consumers’ intention to get vaccinated has been increasing month over month, with 66 percent of those surveyed in July saying they definitely or likely will get a flu shot this season, compared to 34 percent of those surveyed in January 2020. In addition, 54 percent of consumers surveyed indicated that they plan to get their immunization earlier than last year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that individuals make plans to get vaccinated early in the fall, before flu season begins, and ideally no later than the end of October. “We know our patients and customers are doing everything they can to keep their families as healthy as possible, while minimizing potential exposure to the flu and COVID-19,” said Jon Roberts, Chief 6 Los Cerritos Community News - To advertise call 562-407-3873 Operating Officer, CVS Health. “Because it can take two weeks for the vaccine to build immunity, we encourage all of our patients to get their shot in September or

early October, before flu season peaks.” Flu shots are now available at the nearly 10,000 CVS Pharmacy and approximately 1,100 MinuteClinic locations across the country. Both CVS Pharmacy and MinuteClinic, the retail health clinic of CVS Health inside select CVS Pharmacy and Target stores, offer convenient options for people of all ages to get their flu shot, seven days a week with expanded evening and weekend hours. “Getting your flu shot is a great way to be proactive about your health and the health of your community this year,” said Angela Patterson, DNP, FNP-BC, NEABC, FAANP, Chief Nurse Practitioner Officer, MinuteClinic and Vice President, CVS Health. “It protects both the individual and those around them who may be more vulnerable to serious complications from the flu, such as infants and young children, older adults, and people with certain chronic health conditions.” This year, the company is taking additional steps to help patients and colleagues feel safe during the entire immunization process. All patients must wear a face covering and will have their temperature taken prior to the immunization. Pharmacists and MinuteClinic providers administering vaccines will wear personal protection equipment (PPE) and will observe enhanced cleaning protocols. Patients may schedule an immunization appointment with a MinuteClinic provider at, or check the website to see if walk-in appointments are available in their area. Walk-in appointments are also welcome at CVS Pharmacy throughout flu season. Starting in September, CVS Pharmacy patients will also be able to make vaccination appointments with a pharmacist by visiting, theAUGUST CVS app, or by 7, 2020 texting FLU to 287898. They also will be able to complete a digital intake form prior to their visit to limit in-person contact at the time of vaccination.


Cerritos Approves Work 166th Street STAFF REPORT The Cerritos City Council awarded Onyx Paving Company, Inc. of Anaheim a contract for $867,000 for road improvements on 166th Street from Carmenita Road to Bloomfield Avenue. The project includes asphalt resurfacing, tree removal, concrete improvements and re-striping. PPM Group, Inc. of Fontana was awarded an $83,750 contract for construction management and inspection services for the project. Surface Transportation Program Local

(STPL) federal monies will fund the project. In order for the project to be eligible for reimbursement, the City must obtain authorization from Caltrans to proceed with each phase of the project. In May, Caltrans authorized the City to move forward with construction. The work was originally scheduled to start in Fiscal Year 2019-2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the project. The asphalt work is now expected to start in September and be completed by midOctober.

STATE SEN. BOB ARCHULETA at the backpack giveaway at Rose Hills Memorial Park. The backpacks contained needed school supplies. “Although the upcoming school year will look different because of the safety precaution of distance learning put in place to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, our students still need necessary tools for a productive learning experience, I commend businesses, such as Rose Hills, for providing assistance," said Archuleta.

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An early morning burglary was reported on the 14900 block of Loretta Dr. A daytime window smash burglary was reported on the 12800 block of La Mirada Blvd. Grand Theft Auto A sedan was reported stolen on the 15100 block of Las Flores Ave.

VEHICLE BREAK-IN / THEFT Vehicle Burglary: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary 12600 Blk Artesia Blvd, Cerritos, Ca 8/20/2020 @ 5:30 Pm Theft / Larceny (From Theft, Petty: Shoplifting (From Dept Suspicious Activity – 10:11 a.m. – Store, Mkt, Etc) 5500 block of La Palma Ave. – A male 11100 Blk 183rd St, Cerritos, Ca subject reportedly went through the 8/20/2020 @ 4:52 Pm and possibly BURGLARY NEW NORMAL: PPE vending machine at drive LAX through offers everything the tinkered traveller with needs, the ATM, possibly using a skimming Burglary, Other Structure: Unknown, even N95 masks. The machines offer touch-free payment options. machine. Police checked the ATM, which Entry No Force did not appear to be manipulated. No 12600 Blk Artesia Blvd, Cerritos, Ca crime. The subject was being cautioned at 90703 hardATM surfaces. STAFF REPORT the regarding COVID. 8/17/2020 @ 12:00 Am Justin Erbacci, the airport’s chief exAugust 15 Burglary, Other Structure: Night, Entry In what is the new normal and Vehicle Tampering – 11:40 By Force ecutive officer, said in aReport statement that anotherBlk nod to the Rd, battle against – 4800 block of Sharon Dr. – A cata18300 Gridley Artesia, Cathe 90701 a.m. the machines are part of the airport’s coronavirus, travelers 8/12/2020 @ 6:00 Pm passing through lytic converter was reportedly taken form efforts to keep passengers safe though Los Angeles International Airport can Artesia (Los Angeles Sheriff) a vehicle between 9 p.m. the night before “rigorous cleanings, new technology Burglary, Night, Entry now buy Other masks,Structure: gloves, hand sanitizer and the time of call. Report taken. By Information – 11:42 p.m. – andPolice an increasingly touch-free experiandForce other PPE at vending machines in 18300 Rd,terminals. Artesia, Ca 90701 Walker/Fresca – Approximately 50-100 most ofBlk theGridley airport's ence from curb to gate.” It also helps 8/12/2020 @ 1:39 Am were reportedly heading to the The airport is working with Hudson vehicles travelers comply with LAX’s mandaBurglary, Other Structure: Night, Entry area. Buena Park Police, Cypress Police, Group and PepsiCo Beverages North tory facial-covering policy. By Force America to install the machines in areas and LASO Cerritos advised. The vehicles 18300 Blk Gridley Rd, Artesia, Ca 90701 dispersed, Some of the prices include:and southheading northbound on the departures level inside terminals 8/11/2020 @ 10:00 Pm bound. Approximately 40 vehicles headed • Digital thermometer — $9.99 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7 and the Tom Bradley Burglary, Other Structure: Night, Entry northbound on Walker towards Cerritos. • N95 mask — $6.99 International Terminal in the pre-seBy Force Petty Theft – 8:16 p.m.- 5900 block cuirty Blk areas. • Two-pack face 18300 Gridley Rd, Artesia, Ca 90701 of La Palma Ave.of–disposable Three female blacks The units offer a touch-free payment 8/11/2020 @ 6:00 Pm masks in their — late$4.50 teens or early twenties wearoption that accommodates tap-to-pay ing •brightly-colored clothing reportedly Ten-pack of nitrile gloves — $7.99 credit card or mobile-payment plattook• miscellaneous make-up. Police Four-ounce container of hand were Notable Arrests forms, including Apple Pay, Google unable to locate the subjects. Cypress sanitizer — $6.99 advised. Report taken. a traffic Pay. stop Each deputies dePayDuring and Samsung machine Police Department tained arrested three suspects on the has an and anti-microbial shield installed on The machines are –restocked daily. Pedestrian Check 11:08 p.m. – 15800 block of Alicante Rd. Charges Orangethorpe/Valley View – A subject, ranged from outstanding warrants, pospossibly a transient, was reportedly down session of narcotics to a felon in posses- on the northwest corner. The subject resion of a firearm. fused assistance and headed southbound A suspect was arrested for being in on Valley View towards Orangethorpe. possession of stolen property on the Police conducted a pedestrian when However, as of August 4, stop just 60.7% STAFF REPORT 14400 block of Ermita Ave. the subject started walking into traffic. of Hawaiian Gardens residents have reThe La Mirada SAO Team was able Police arrested 32-year-old subject for sponded amonga the state’s 480 incorpoNationwide and in California as follow up on leads and arrest an assault failure to register as a sex offender and a whole, responses to the 2020 Cenrated cities. And for every person whoa with a deadly weapon suspect. transient offender to register sus are on track, as more than 62% of does not sex respond, thefailing California DepartThree suspects were arrested every 30 days. The subject was ment of Finance estimates thattransportstate households have responded online or throughout La Mirada for various wared Orange County Jail. andtolocal governments will lose out on by phone, or by mail if they received rants and narcotics violations. Suspicious Circumstances – 5:05 a paper questionnaire in the mail or on $1,000 a year in federal funding tied to Robbery p.m.8100 block of Moody St. – population for the next 10 years.A male their doorstep. A daytime robbery was reported near subject, possibly homeless, was reportHowever, it is vitally important that Now more than ever, your response the intersection of Imperial Hwy. and edly screwdriver to attempt to to theusing 2020a Census matters. Respondeveryone be counted. Results from the Santa Gertrudes Ave. A bag with grocer- gain access to a door to the front of the 2020 Census inform planning and fund- ing is easier than ever. For the first ies was stolen and recovered during the location. responded and And confirmed ing decisions for such critical public time, youPolice can respond online. the incident. No injuries were reported. the attempted burglary. Police arrested census asks just a few questions and a services as hospitals and health care, Aggravated Assault 56-year-old female subject for possession takes only a few minutes to respond. emergency and disaster response – and A late night assault was reported on of burglary tools and attempted burschools and education programs. In fact, So, if you haven’t responded, please do the 16100 block of Rosecrans Ave. A glary. The subject was transported to the census results will shape decisions about so today, and urge your family, friends, victim was transported for injuries to the hospital for various complaints, including how billions of dollars in federal funds and neighbors to respond too. For more head. 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NASH RAMBLER with a big block chevy motor complete with "wheely bars" was the hit of the 2019 Bellflower Noon Lions Car Show. 2020 was postponed to October.

BY TAMMYE MCDUFF As is the case with most, cities across the Southland are re-thinking and reinventing special events for the year 2020 and as of the revised Safer at Home Order issued on August 12, 2020, by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health, all events and gatherings, unless specifically allowed by the order, are considered higher risk type activities and continue to be prohibited. Special event considerations on Bellflower calendar will be monitored for feasibility and planning purposes as the year progresses. Bellflower Boulevard Car Show cohosted by the Noon Lions Club and the City of Bellflower, was originally scheduled for September 26th. The Noon Lions Car Show committee as of now, and only if permitted by Health Order directives is focusing on an alternate smaller car show event utilizing the new parking garage in downtown. Potential dates include Saturday October 10th or Saturday, October 24th. The committee last met on August 3rd to discuss options further and confirm that no changes have been made to the current health directives. A final decision has yet to be confirmed. Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast hosted by Kingdom Causes and the ministerial association is still set for October 6th, with the City awaiting potential updates to

the health order. Additional events such as The Joint Service Club Luncheon and the Chamber of Commerce Trick or Treat event are also awaiting updates. Veterans Memorial Dedication event will take place on November 11th as planned, as is the Kids Christmas Party held at Simms Park December 12th. The Bellflower oath of office and city council reorganization is set for December 14th and the outgoing Mayor’s ceremony will still be held January 1, 2021. Bellflower Christmas Tree Lighting scheduled for December 4th has not yet been cancelled and the Staff is coordinating City and Bellflower Boulevard decorations. However staff is discussion alternatives to the Tree Lighting Ceremony, since a large scale event may be restricted. BRAVO Awards is currently still scheduled to be held February 4, 2021, however could change in the light of potential updates to county health orders, Planning for BRAVO typically begins in mid July, offering a significant challenge to the planning committee. These updates are current as of the last council meeting held August 24th and is the sixth related revision to city event planning during the CoVID pandemic. The City council approved deferring a decision on special event budget changes until January 2021.

PASSINGS La Mirada Resident Betty De Cuffa La Mirada resident Betty De Cuffa passed on August 10, 2020; Betty turned 88 that day. Raymond and Betty De Cuffa move into La Mirada in 1967 with their sons Raymond and Mike. Her husband passed away in 2000 and Betty remained in La Mirada. She would often-times be seen walking in La Mirada for 2 to 3 miles most evenings of the week into her late 70s. Betty is survived by her two sons; two grandsons, Matthew and Ryan; grandaughter Shelbi; great granddaughter Emery . Betty was buried at Rose Hills August 25, 2020. Loved and missed!


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THE CERRITOS SCULPTURE GARDEN was lit up in gold in gold and purple lights to celebrate women's the right to vote. The lights will be in effect through August. STAFF REPORT The City of Cerritos is illuminating the Civic Center Plaza and Cerritos Sculpture Garden in gold and purple lights to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote. The special lighting reflecting the colors of the U.S. women’s suffrage movement will be in effect through the end of August every day after sunset. The Cerritos City Council will proclaim August 2020 as National

Women’s Suffrage Month in the City of Cerritos at its meeting on Thursday, August 27. The City of Cerritos is participating in the national Forward Into Light campaign organized by the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission to celebrate this milestone. On Wednesday, August 26, institutions across the country will illuminate their structures in gold and purple to honor the suffragists who lobbied, marched, picketed and protested for the right to vote.

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The original Habit Charburger with onion rings. The Habit is located in the 183rd Plaza.

BY TAMMYE MCDUFF Southern California loves to eat and we have a variety of places from drive through and casual to dining in and elegant. But as we struggle with our ‘new normal’ society, finding a great place to sit and enjoy the company of friends and family can be challenging. One favorite eatery is The Habit Burger Grill. One bite of their juicy Charburger and suddenly you’re in Santa Barbara, California, 1969. After all, it was in that picturesque, coastal Southern California town, that the original Habit Burger Grill opened its doors. Soon after, a young employee and his enterprising older brother struck out on a mission to provide a great burger at a great price. Borrowing money from their mom, the brothers purchased a modest restaurant nestled on Goleta Beach. In pursuit of a new standard, the brothers partnered with a nearby baker for daily fresh buns, and grilled them alongside perfectly seasoned beef until they were warm and toasty. And, of course, they installed a stainless steel charbroiler with a cast-iron grill designed to sear smoky flavors into every burger placed upon its fiery grates. Once

they earned a reputation for serving the tastiest burgers on the coast, the brothers turned their attention to beach-inspired recipes like fresh-grilled ahi and linecaught tuna; a chicken sandwich topped with crisp bacon and velvety avocado; and crisp salads made to order. Never eaten at one of their restaurants, I opted for one of the original combos, a Charburger, with lettuce, tomato, caramelized onions, pickets and mustard on a toasted bun, with a side order of onion rings. At first bite I was hooked, the burger was stacked and definitely worth the price. The meat was grilled to my specifications and it was juicy. They have several sides to choose from, French fries and onion rings or you can opt for a healthier option of sweet potato fries, tempura green beans or a side Caesar salad. The menu also offers gluten free options. One bite of a Charburger will transport you to a simpler time where ocean breezes are cool, palm trees sway in the summer air, and the Beach Boys were the band to listen to and California is back to being the Golden State once again. The Habit is located in 183rd Plaza at 11257 183rd St, Cerritos. You can order and dine in, call in a takeout or order online.

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GAHR HIGH, ALONG WITH OTHER AREA SCHOOLS, FACE COMMON PROBLEMS ONCE SPRING APPROACHES BY LOREN KOPFF @LORENKOPFF ON TWITTER As the high schools of the ABC Unified School District have already started, the main common theme continues to be apparent for the athletic directors, which is the transportation of athletes to road events. Although there are no athletic events until December, at the earliest, and students will be doing online schooling for now, schools don’t have to worry about budgeting for transportation. But with the area ABCUSD high schools competing in as many as 17 sports from early March to possibly late June, plus competitive cheer being active during that time, Gahr High athletic director Greg Marshall wasn’t alone in expressing his concerns about getting the athletes to the games once he saw the new 2020-2021 athletic calendar the CIF-Southern Section put out on July 20. “My first reaction was how are we going to get all the busses for all these trips at one time,” Marshall said. “Because right now, even with the regular schedule, there are some days that we have to charter out a bus, or busses aren’t available. And now with three [high] schools all playing double the sports almost…I don’t know how it’s going to happen.” To alleviate some of the transportation

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issues, Marshall added that the athletic personnel thought about not playing all levels or maybe the lower levels playing strictly the San Gabriel Valley League schedules. “There are a lot of things we need to take into consideration,” Marshall continued. “It’s not just that [some sports are] playing later [in the season]. But there are a lot of other things that are happening. It’s going to be tough.” Marshall recently was talking with Gerardo Perez and Rey Sanchez, the varsity baseball and softball coaches respectively, and the three were discussing the possibility of the lower levels playing only on Saturdays with the parent’s driving their sons or daughters to the games. He went on to say that there are a “100 different scenarios to try to figure this thing out”. “I know what we can’t do,” Marshall said. “ We can’t go in and play all the games and do all the stuff we normally do because the funding won’t be there and the [ABC Unified School] district’s going to have to come through and the district is going to be low on their budget. It’s just complicated.” Marshall’s second concern was going to be the fundraising that all the sports do and if the school can afford to play a certain sport or two. He added that the fundraising goes towards the improvements of the facilities. “All that money makes it so we can function and do as much as we do,” Marshall said. “Once the COVID-19 [began], we weren’t able to raise any money, and the kids aren’t going to raise money. They’re not going to go through their parents and say, ‘hey, we need to do some fundraising’ when there’s no activity or participation in sight. It’s going to be tight.” Marshall is also the school’s head football coach and will be entering his 18th

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season once the season, hopefully, kicks off in January. He said that football-wise, the delay in everything is not that big of a deal. “If everything goes well, we will have enough time to have our kids get ready,” he said. “But I have to say, I was thinking about only playing nine games instead of ten this year because we haven’t had the full year of conditioning and weight training. We had to drop Mayfair because there’s no Week Zero. So, I have to figure out if we’re going to fill our bye.” The original schedule had the Gladiators playing four straight road games, then a home game before taking a week off. Upon returning from its bye week, Gahr would begin SGVL action at Downey High. He said that because the league is tough, his team might need that week off to recover anyway before the Downey game. Marshall said a nine-game schedule with that week off might be good just to save on the cost of transportation and paying the officials and to help balance the budget. Staying with the football theme, which may also be the same for other sports, is the topic of some players leaving Gahr for various reasons, one of which is the parents not wanting their son or daughter to play once athletics resume. Marshall still doesn’t have a grasp on some of his better players not returning. “Whose parents are going to let their kids play,” he asked. “You don’t know. I know there’s already been some movement of kids because of situations. We did a call-out to all the coaches on what kids aren’t coming back and they said, ‘well, take these kids off the list. Their parents aren’t going to let them play’. I get it. There’s a lot of inventory to do when we go back. If I had a full squad, I definitely would have played 10 [games].” Unlike most high schools Gahr currently doesn’t have anyone who coaches two sports in the same season. In fact, Marshall is seeking someone to coach boys and girls tennis as the former boys head coach Dave Thompson retired due to COVID-19 and former girls head coach Colleen Phong went back to school or sought employment elsewhere. Because the CIF-SS has compacted it’s 2020-2021 calendar into just a fall season and a winter season, both boys and girls tennis will be played in the spring. “Ideally, you want the same coach because the girls and the boys work together and practice at the same facility,” Marshall said. “Now, you almost have to have two [head coaches]. We have a couple of people in mind, but we’re still so far away I didn’t want to move too soon.” One area that should not be a problem at Gahr, especially in the late winter months heading into the spring will be the use of its gymnasium, which has three full-size courts. Marshall said he recently told his coaches they were spoiled because the last practice for badminton, basketball, volleyball or wrestling can start at 4:00 or 5:00 whereas a lot of schools begin their

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last practice at 6:00 or 7:00. “I’m not too worried about that because I do have three floors and we’ve been fortunate because our kids don’t really have to practice that late,” he said. “But maybe this year they do. Our guys work really well together and actually, I don’t even schedule them the gym. They get together and work on it. Then if there’s any issues, they tell me. But most of the time they figure it out so they could maximize their time.” As far as the feedback from the athletes, coaches and other personnel, Marshall says it has been mixed. Some coaches are not too crazy about coming back too soon. But the longtime athletic director insists that athletics need to come back to Gahr. Other coaches have been asking why they can’t come back right now while more have said they can wait. For the coaches that don’t want to come back, Marshall says he respects their decisions and knows that they will come back at some point. “They’re not pushing the envelope,” he continued. “When the county says we’re going to come back under new circumstances…some high schools are a little earlier than others. That’s their deal. We’re going strictly by the county health recommendations.” Marshall also said that most of his football players haven’t been too vocal when it comes to returning back to school to practice, condition or lift weights. In fact, he admits the players have found ways to find their own weights. Others decided to get together at various locations to throw the football around. “For the kids, they’re resilient and they’re fine,” Marshall said. “They just want to know when. I don’t even think they care [about the situation]. Now that they know it’s December, January…now that’s all they want to know; that they’re going to be able to play. Not knowing, I think, was the thing that was really hard on them.” For the league, the six athletic directors have been working for the past month on scheduling league events, according to Marshall, and making sure they maximize the necessary practice times and games that everyone needs. He also said the district athletic directors have also been meeting about the criteria on how to come back and what it’s going to look like when they come back.

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City staff will have the new grant A thirty-day comment period seeks participating families remained safely in first Lakewood resident ever to serve on application process worked out quickly, public input on the new elements help their vehicles while DPSS Toy Loantostaff the board of the L.A. County Metropoliand the process will be publicized in the supplement inform the placed the backpacks in environmental their trunks. For tan Transportation Authority (Metro). She Lakewood Connect eMagazine and the review process. families that indicated they use public sat on the board for eight years, including city website. Written comments can be submittransportation, an appointment was made one year as chair. To assist individuals, the city will ted throughpick September 24, via for online a contact-free up. “Your service on Metro played an provide $100,000 to Project Shepherd, email Los.Angeles_Anaheim [at] hsr. Alltobackpacks and school supplies important role in focusing more of that which is the local charity that has helped, or by snail mail to Rewere donated by County of Anaheim Los Angeles agency’s attention on our region of L.A. Lakewood residents in need for 45 years. vised Scoping Comment, 770 L Street, employees, private/corporate donors and County,â€? said Rogers. “The fact that MetThe city will also use some of the Suite 620, MS-2, Sacramento, CA.,which through a partnership with Amazon, ro is fully funding the current project at funds to cover increased costs it has in95814. allowed online donations by visiting the Lakewood and Del Amo boulevards is a curred in dealing with the pandemic, such public is invited to attend ToyThe Loan Program’s Amazon Smilean wish testament to the efforts you made to bring as providing personal protective gear to telephone/virtual town hall next Thurslist. more Metro dollars to improve transporcity staff, installing plexiglass shields day September 3. During all three The DPSS serves 3.5 million customtation in our region of the county.â€? inside City Hall to protect the public and events, an online house will also ers in L.A. County,open the Department of The city is planning to honor DuBois workers, and adding technology to reduce LOS ANGELES COUNTY SUPERVISOR Hilda L. Solis (in window) joined Dept. be available reading. Public Socialfor Services is the largest local in COVID-safe at theDirector council Antoniain-person andToy increase ofaPublic Social way Services JimĂŠnez meetings and DPSS Loan elecProgram social Two meetings are scheduled. GoThe services agency in the nation. meeting on Oct. 13. That meeting, along tronic record-keeping. staff for the annual Backpack & School Supply Giveaway to ensure that over 1,000 here department provides beneďŹ ts: and services at the proper moment https:// with all Lakewood City Council children ages 5 through 17 havemeetthe necessary tools for a successful school year. to families and individuals, including, can be viewed live or streaming CalFresh food and are: nutrition assistance; and-tth The times afterwards at Medi-Cal health, dental vision insurHIGH SPEED •Thursday, Sept. 10,and 2020, 5 p.m.CouncilVideos. “Our department recognizes the community centers, nonproďŹ t organizaance;p.m. ďŹ nancial and homeless assistance for 7:30 Continued from page 1 The City Council will discuss plans increasing support that children need durtions and libraries throughout the county. qualifying individuals throughcomienza the General PresentaciĂłn en espaĂąol a for how to fill DuBois’ seat at a future ing this pandemic we want to ensure This year marks the 5th anniversary regional economyand by facilitating cargo Relief program and for families through las 6:30 p.m. meeting. they are prepared toolstwo necessary of the Backpack Giveaway, which serves movements in andwith outthe of the busiest the •Saturday, CalWORKsSept. program; In-Home Sup12, 2020, 10 a.m.In other news, the City Council apfor a successful school year,Angeles whetherand it is children from families receiving beneďŹ ts Ports in the country Los portive Services for disabled and elderly 12:30 p.m. proved a plan for spending $986,000 virtualBeach. or in-personâ€? said DPSS Director from DPSS. 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REPORT aSTAFF city official in Lakewood’s history. “I want to say thank you to our resi“We that it can costly to predents, ourknow businesses, andbeour community pare a child for school, especially during organizations,â€? said DuBois. “We have these challenging times,â€? Solis beautiful streets and parksSupervisor in Lakewood, told reporters prior to the distribution at but most of all we have people, businessDPSS Toy Loan Headquarters in downes and community groups who care about town Los Angeles. “That’s why it’s imtheir city and care about each other. I fell portant that as a County, we do whatever in love with Lakewood and its people 60 we can to help youth in our communities years ago when I moved here, and I’m have the tools they need to be successful still in love with our community today. in the classroom. But after 43 years of serving officially, Solis acknowledged the annual event Ifor amitsready to retire,torelax a bit andfamilies give commitment low-income someone else a chance sit85-year-old in this seat.â€? in L.A. County, praisingtothe “Diane, you have been a part of so Toy Loan Program for its well-earned much good that has happened in Lakereputation as the largest and most successwood fortoy-lending so many years,â€? Mayor ful free librarysaid program in the Todd Rogers. “It’s just not going to besupnation. The program is sponsored and the same without ported byhere the Board of you. Supervisors. “I’m goingProgram to miss so much about Toy Loan was created in you‌your your friendship, 1935 duringcollegiality, the Great Depression as a your humor,to your wisdom, and your good free service allow low-income children common that helped us in a to borrowsense toys from a DPSSsteer toy lending positive formanner so many years. But libraries direction in the same that books are Iborrowed know youfrom deserve to have some less a public library. Children who participate develop sensesoofI totally restressful, less busy times,a and sponsibilitythat through the observance of an understand you eventually had to honorthe code and merit system make decision to hang upthat yourrewards spurs, toys relax are returned time and ifthem youwhen will, and and do on some other undamaged. things.â€? The program serves approximately Council Member DuBois’ service to 30,000 children at over 50 toy lending the community extended beyond her role libraries located at after on the City Council. Sheschool was anprograms, active


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Continued from page 1 contact La Habra and the developer to pay for the mitigation funds. The project site is the Westridge Golf Club, which is adjacent to Beach Boulevard and adjacent to the existing Westridge Plaza shopping center. The Westridge Golf Club was developed along with the Westridge residential community to the south pursuant to the adopted La Habra Hills Specific Plan. The currently proposed Rancho La Habra Specific Plan proposes to remove the 151-acre project site from the La Habra Hills Specific Plan and develop the existing golf course with 402 residential dwelling units, including 277 single-family homes and 125 multifamily residences, along with either 20,000 square feet of commercial development (e.g., specialty grocery, restaurant, or general retail uses) or an additional 46 multi-family dwelling units. Also proposed are open space areas that would include public parks and private recreational areas, a community center, small amphitheater, habitat conservation areas, passive recreational uses including trails, wildlife viewing, picnic areas and tot lots on the approximately

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151-acre site. In addition, the applicant is requesting the California Department of Fish and Wildlife release and relocates existing deed restrictions established on the project site. With respect to the mitigation at intersections and along roadways under the jurisdiction of the cities of Fullerton, Buena Park, La Mirada, and Caltrans, under CEQA, a shared monetary contribution is being considered. However, these cities and Caltrans do not have a mitigation fund program in place for improvements to which the proposed project would contribute sufficient traffic and significant impacts. Therefore, because the city of La Habra has no authority to implement the recommended traffic improvements, impacts remain significant and unavoidable. Hawks Point representative Christine Cook, “No one in our community wants more traffic. We want to preserve our open spaces. The extra traffic that would be dumped into the area will be an added strain on our roads and highways, and we don’t want to be paying for this problem. Currently I have to wait to get out of my community, due to the current traffic and high speed.”

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Continued from page 1 agency’s general manager. Rojas brings immediate credibility to the agency with experience in over $400 million in public works projects including stormwater, information technology infrastructure, new construction and facilities modernization program management. He also brings experience in public sector governance logging nearly ten years working with four school boards. With Rojas assisting, the group wasted no time, immediately moving Central Basin into profitability, reorganizing the agency and implementing a sweeping freeze of fourteen positions effective Monday August 17. The move will save CB $1.8 million for the 20-'21 budget cycle. With the cuts, the budget went from a multi-million dollar deficit to a $113,000 profit, immediately placing the agency in compliance with debt coverage ratios, something that has not been achieved in years. Proponents of Central Basin will be quick to point out that a biennial election expense of $1.7 million is included in the ’20-’21 budget expenses. HMG-CN confirmed with the Los An-

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geles County Registrar Recorder’s office that the expenses are indeed every two years. Without that expense in ’21-’22, the agency will earn a profit of at least $875,000, and as much as $1.5 million, which should silence critics of the Commerce-based agency. “We had far too many upper-level managers, some were making over $150,000; sales are flat, it was time to reorganize,” said Vice President Art Chacon,” but we could never reorganize because of Oskoui and other appointed directors, it took five elected directors to make Central Basin profitable.” Indeed, and many of the same high paid employees sided with Oskoui and locked certain directors out for months, changing their entry cards without notice while not allowing them to conduct regular business. According to Transparent California, in 2018 Finance Director Andrew Hamilton’s total pay, including benefits, was over $207,000. Engineering Director Jacqueline Kootz earned nearly $179,000. The former Director of Human Resources Dana Hidalgo, whose job is now occupied by Naja Braddock, earned over $161,000; Director of Water Resources Tammy Hierily earns $152,000; Conservation Manager Sandy Plimpton earns $155,000; Dorette Lambey and Peggy Williams, who both work for Hamilton, earns $133,000 and $118,000 respectively. Most of the positions were frozen on Aug 21. And the revenue could increase. In subsequent days, the board will also re-evaluate the newly implemented $2 Fixed Meter Charge per retail connection that would have provided over $635,000 in annual revenue to the District. Certain customers of the District, including Oskoui’s employer, the city of Downey, have filed a lawsuit against the District fighting the meter charge which was a blatant conflict since Oskoui, the assistant city manager of Downey, led the charge to implement the increase. With agencies such as the MWD, Pico Water, and many others implementing over 5% increases on their customers - Pico Water has implemented a 13% increase - the board hopes that the cities will drop their lawsuit and accept the charge. With the recent revelation, as first reported by HMG-CN, that the Los Angeles County D.A. is reviewing allegations against Oskoui for incompatible offices triggered by his conflict of interest, that could pressure the other cities to drop the lawsuit and give over $630,000 in revenue to Central Basin. CB Board President Leticia Vasquez commented on the hiring of Rojas, “After an extensive review of thirty candidates, the board narrowed the pool of candidates to eight. We spent two weeks interviewing the candidates and selected Dr. Alejandro Rojas as the next general manager to lead Central Basin. Dr. Rojas comes to our agency with over 25 years of working in government with expertise in public finance. His professional career has allowed him to work with the many diverse stakeholders in our service area including labor leaders, elected officials at the state, federal, regional and local levels and more importantly our community leaders. We believe it’s what Central Basin needs. ” Dr. Rojas told HMG-CN, “I am excited about the opportunity to utilize my diverse work experience to bring stability to the CBMWD by working collaboratively with the Board, purveyors, cities, private and mutual water companies. During this transition, our ability to provide water services will not be affected and we look forward to continuing to provide clean water to the communities we serve.”

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SoCalGas Awards $230,000 in Scholarships

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Downtown Downey Rebrands, Changes Name STAFF REPORT Downtown Community Benefit District Downey has hired Zapwater Communications to kick off a new social media campaign to bolster a new website and social media channels in support of the association’s recently developed ‘District @ Downey’. The website,, went live August 25th. District @ Downey, a name intended to convey the downtown commercial dis-

STAFF REPORT Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced the company will award 60 students from Southern and Central California scholarships totaling $232,000. Recipients were evaluated on academic achievement, community engagement, and an essay about California’s clean energy future. This year, 86 percent of scholarship recipients were minority students. “At SoCalGas, we believe that a welleducated workforce is essential for a vital and economically healthy community. That’s why we are proud to contribute to the education of students pursuing higher education through our annual scholarship program,” said Andy Carrasco, vice president of strategy and engagement, and chief environmental officer at SoCalGas. “Helping students prepare for their professional careers is part of our commitment toward supporting the communities we serve.” SoCalGas partnered with more than thirty community and non-profit organizations to identify this year’s recipients. Graduating high school students attending a vocational school, technical school or community college will receive $1,000, while transferring community college students and high school graduates attending an accredited fouryear college or university will receive $5,000. Yolanda Carrion, a graduate from South East High School in South Gate who will attend the University of Southern California this fall said, “I am a first-generation student planning to major in Public Policy at the University of Southern California. I am eager to begin to help address the social justice issues that plague my community. For now, it is as a student and in the future I hope as a community organizer. I am thankful for the new opportunities SoCalGas has awarded me and the continued support from my friends and family.” Another scholarship recipient, Hailey Gough, said, “I attended Ernest Righetti High School. I will be attending the California State University of Fullerton. As of now, my major remains undeclared. Although I do not yet know what career path I will pursue, I am thinking of working in the sports industry. To me, this scholarship shows that hard work does not go unnoticed, and that consistent effort will eventually earn recognition. To my family, this scholarship serves as reimbursement for all the support and resources they have put into me and my successes. As I begin my college career and choose the profession I want to pursue, this scholarship will help support my goals and remind me that constant persistence results in success.” In addition to providing academic

scholarships, SoCalGas supports technology-based learning in science, engineering, and math at schools across the company’s service territory. Last year, the company provided more than $1.5 million in grants to hundreds of educational organizations in Central and Southern California. For more information about SoCalGas' charitable giving, please visit the 2019 Community Giving Report. Since its launch in 2001, SoCalGas’ scholarship program has provided more than $2.7 million in scholarship funding to more than 2,500 students.


trict of the city of Downey, was created by Downtown Downey property owners to introduce the immediate and surrounding communities to the reinvention of Downtown Downey’s pedestrian-friendly shopping and dining. The Downtown Downey Community Benefit District, managed by the Downtown Downey Improvement Association [DDIA] and New City America, is a public non-profit corporation. New City America is the premier California-based company for Community Business District and Business Improvement District formation, having just completed its 88th district nationwide this past June. New City America

also manages six districts statewide, including Downtown Downey, Little The New City America staff and the Board are working closely to grow Downtown Downey vertically and ensure its survival through these difficult times. In a press released by Kody Kantor of Zapwater Communications, Jorge Villa, President of DDIA stated “As longtime residents and business operators in Downtown Downey, the members of the Downtown Community Benefit District came together

to identify ways in which we can enhance our community, build upon its successes and communicate its appeal to all Southern California.” The District @ Downey website includes a directory of all businesses in the district categorized by Shopping, commercial stores and services; Eatery’s, restaurants, bars, cafes and Live, theaters, salons, and hotels. The website also features a description of the District @ Downey and information about the DDIA organization, its members and links to local and regional COVID 19 updates including news on events and activities.




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Assessees/taxpayers, who have disposed of real property after January 1, 2017, may find their names listed because the Office of the Assessor has not yet updated the assessment roll to reflect the change in ownership.

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ASSESSOR'S IDENTIFICATION NUMBERING SYSTEM EXPLANATION The Assessor's Identification Number, when used to describe property in this list, refers to the Assessor's map book, the map page, the block on the map (if applicable), and the individual parcel on the map page or in the block. The Assessor's maps and further explanation of the parcel numbering system are available at the Office of the Assessor.

Los Cerritos Community News 13047 Artesia Suite C-102, Cerritos, CA 90703 The following property tax defaulted on July 1, 2018,Blvd. for the taxes, assessments, and other charges for the Tax Year 2017-18: 562-407-3873 LISTED BELOW ARE PROPERTIES THAT DEFAULTED IN 2018 FOR TAXES, ASSESSMENTS AND 0THER CHARGES FOR FORM THE LCCN 82180 PROOF FISCAL YEAR 2017-2018. AMOUNT OF DELINQUENCY AS OF THIS PUBLICATION IS LISTED BELOW. ADAME,CARLOS AND PLANCARTE,LLIANA SITUS 14803 CROSSDALE AVE NORWALK CA 90650-5618 8075-026-017/ S2017-010 $3,460.24 ADUNA,JOAQUIN C SITUS 10828 PLUTON ST NORWALK CA 90650-7532 8020-009-020 $7,422.83 ALESANA,VILIAMU AND SIMONA SITUS 16807 OUTRIGGER CIR CERRITOS CA 90703-1653 7016-023-069/S2016-020/S2017010 $3,159.76 ARROYO,JAVIER A AND ARROYO,ANGELICA SITUS 12110 ZEUS AVE NORWALK CA 90650-2423 8024-010-024/S2016-010 $401.61 ARVIZO,JOSEPH P AND CLARETH SITUS 12066 CHESHIRE ST NORWALK CA 90650-6605 8080-029-021/S2017-020 $2,831.43 ASCENCIO,JUAN R CO TR ROMERO FAMILY TRUST SITUS 14527 FAIRFORD AVE NORWALK CA 90650-4764 8075-017-029 $4,064.02 AWAD,MAGED F AND YOUSSEF,MARY Y SITUS 11911 DALWOOD AVE NORWALK CA 90650-7718 8022-005-025/ S2016-010/S2017-010 $7,847.04 BANKS,HEATHER S SITUS 11848 165TH ST NORWALK CA 90650-7248 7011-008-017/S2016-010 $1,491.42 BARRAGAN,STEFANIE AND RENE SITUS 17511 HARVEST AVE CERRITOS CA 90703-2552 7034-010-030/S2017-010 $2,520.26 BENITEZ,BENITO AND INGRID SITUS 13029 LIGGETT ST NORWALK CA 90650-5135 8070-008-009/S2017-020 $1,909.87 BLUE STONE BUILDERS INC TR 13705 CLARKDALE AVE UNIT B SITUS 13705 CLARKDALE AVE UNIT B NORWALK CA 90650-8749 8056-021-035 $6,481.34 BONILLA,MIRIAM D SITUS 11411 CRESSON ST NORWALK CA 90650-7902 8018-001-020/S2016-020 $284.07 BRADSHER,JAMES F AND PAULINE W SITUS 12212 ORR AND DAY RD NORWALK CA 90650-7840 8023-006-009 $3,646.72 CAMBEROS,CRISTINA C SITUS 14350 HORST AVE NORWALK CA 90650-4954 8073-001-017 $7,880.48 CARLTON,JOHNNY L SITUS 11512 COLLEGE DR NORWALK CA 90650-6944 7014-015-013 $4,020.51 CEDANO,NATHALY ET AL ARROYO,MARCO A SITUS 12320 DEL RIO CT NORWALK CA 90650-8027 8021-007-018/S2017-010 $1,929.75 CHABLE,ROBERTO AND ESPINOSA,GUADALUPE SITUS 11923 162ND ST NORWALK CA 90650-7229 7009-015-032/S2016010/S2017-010 $2,250.16 CHAVEZ,CARLOS A AND CHAVEZ,GUADALUPE D SITUS 14623 STUDEBAKER RD NORWALK CA 90650-5632 8075-031005/S2016-020/S2017-010 $1,758.87 CHUNG,CHRISTINA S SITUS 12008 SYCAMORE ST NORWALK CA 90650-4179 8056-028-037/S2016-010/S2017-010 $2,602.54 CONTRERAS,ALEX AND CONTRERAS,MANUEL C SITUS 12102 NORDESTA DR NORWALK CA 90650-7436 8021-031-015 $839.39 DIAZ,PAVEL R SITUS 11867 ARKANSAS ST ARTESIA CA 90701-1823 7011-007-036/S2017-010 $96.71 DIAZ,YVETTE J AND BENAVIDEZ,ERIK A SITUS 12139 KENNEY ST NORWALK CA 90650-1855 8015-003-008/S2016-010 $313.66 ELOFSON,PAUL C AND SHIRLEY E TRS ELOFSON FAMILY TRUST SITUS 12020 HEBE AVE NORWALK CA 90650-2450 8024-008-006 $3,158.51 ERDEI,CHRISTOPHER AND ELLIOTT,CHARLES A SITUS 14403 LONGWORTH AVE NORWALK CA 90650-4722 8074-001001 $8,886.80 ESPINO,SERGIO AND CELIA SITUS 14723 FUNSTON AVE NORWALK CA 90650-5920 8073-024-028 $8,332.07 FRANCO,GUSTAVO F AND MONTOYA,FABIOLA F AND FONSECA,MARIA D SITUS 10920 CORBY AVE NORWALK CA 90650-1616 8016-002-006 $200.79 FUKUSHIMA,KEN M CO TR FUKUSHIMA DECD TRUST SITUS 18714 GODINHO AVE CERRITOS CA 90703-6061 7030-016-004 $1,173.75 GALLEGOS,ANTONIO SR AND GALLEGOS,ANTONIO JR SITUS 11218 ALBURTIS AVE NORWALK CA 90650-1608 8016015-009 $5,361.57 GARCIA,RODOLFO AND MAYRA L SITUS 16105 NORWALK

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I certify (or declare) under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Please direct requests for information concerning redemption of taxdefaulted property to Keith Knox, Treasurer Tax Collector. You DATED ATandCERRITOS, CALIFORNIA, may mail inquiries to 225 North Hill Street, Room 115, Los Angeles,

NOTICE OF SALE OF ABANDONED PROPERTY Notice is given that pursuant to sections 21700-21713 of the Business and Professions Code, Section 2328 of the Commercial Code, Section 535 of the Penal Code. 1812.607, that Norwalk Self Storage at 11564 E. Firestone Blvd., Norwalk, CA 90650 will sell by competitive bidding by Climer’s Auctions ( Bond # 5181494 ), on or after DECEMBER 12th, 2017 @ 10:00 a.m., property belonging to those listed below. Auction is to EH KHOG DW WKH DERYH DGGUHVV 3URSHUW\ WR EH VROG DV IROORZV ER[HV WRWHV ÀVKLQJ SROHV ELNHV EDW FRPSUHVVRUV FDUW WULNH JDOORQ EXFNHWV WDEOHV SULQWHU LURQLQJ ERDUGV OLJKW À[WXUH VSHDNHUV GROOLH ZRRG WUXQN loose clothing, dresser, art frame, hangers, night stand, trash bags, chairs, rug cleaner, exercise equipment, PLUURU NH\ ERDUGV JOREH FRXFK GXIà H EDJV LFH FKHVW à DW VFUHHQ 79 WRRO ER[ ELNH SDUWV VXLWFDVH 9&5 hose, loose wood, picture frames, tent, pillows, loose bedding, gas can, shelving, book cases, basket, and bolt cutters belonging to the following.

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This notice is given in accordance with the provisions of Section 21700 et seq. of the Business and Professions Code of the State of California. Sales subject to prior cancellation in the event of settlement between Owner and obligated party. Publication Dates: NOVEMBER 24, 2017 and DECEMBER 1, 2017.

JUEI CHIAO FU SITUS 18803 DE VOSS AVE CERRITOS CA 90703-6055 7030-019-018 $7,257.76 LACMA SALAZAR,ADELINA B SITUS 14328 FLALLON AVE NORWALK CA 90650-4801 8074-016-007 $13,624.51 LANDA,MARIA SITUS 13536 FLALLON AVE NORWALK CA 90650-3944 8054-007-002/S2016-010/S2017-010 $5,920.32 LE,MINH TAM 8075-039-028 $2,674.70 LEE,DANIEL K SITUS 11906 LOS ALISOS CIR NORWALK CA 90650-8214 8015-014-027/S2016-010/S2017-010 $3,494.52 LLERENA,LEONARDO L AND MONICA F SITUS 15406 GRIDLEY RD NORWALK CA 90650-6323 8079-031-021/S2017010 $1,284.86 LUCERO,DOROTEO AND DOLORES O SITUS 13712 ARLEE AVE NORWALK CA 90650-4010 8054-011-013 $2,811.14 LYDE,HELBERT W SR SITUS 13900 STUDEBAKER RD 18 NORWALK CA 90650-3575 8053-020-025 $6,721.00 MADDOX,NICHOLAS AND TENAY TRS MADDOX FAMILY TRUST SITUS 17909 SAN GABRIEL AVE CERRITOS CA 907032618 7034-021-016/S2015-010/S2016-010 $5,851.11 MAKKAR,MUNISH SITUS 11441 JENKINS ST ARTESIA CA 90701-2610 7035-002-051/S2016-010/S2017-010 $5,943.49 MALDONADO,MICHAEL AND KATHLEEN SITUS 12801 NORWALK BLVD NORWALK CA 90650-8358 8047-005-004 $43,076.09 MALLOY,MATHEW J AND CHRISTI L SITUS 15416 THORNLAKE AVE NORWALK CA 90650-6654 8082-018-010 $2,735.59 MARES,ARTHUR AND ALMANZA,LUCY SITUS 12826 FOSTER RD NORWALK CA 90650-3356 8046-016-016 $16.96 MC CLUSKEY,KAREN E AND MCCLUSKEY,MICHAEL W SITUS 19031 KAY AVE CERRITOS CA 90703-7332 7044-006-016/ S2014-010/S2015-010/S2016-010 $4,005.59 MEDINA,PORFIRIO A SITUS 14732 DALWOOD AVE NORWALK CA 90650-5621 8075-022-008 $18,492.83 MORENO,ROBERTO AND NEGREROS,LILIANA M SITUS 13803 CAULFIELD AVE NORWALK CA 90650-4431 8046-024001/S2016-010 $1,786.31 MOSQUEDA,SHERYL A SITUS 14511 MARILLA AVE NORWALK CA 90650-5246 8070-022-024 $4,008.55 NELSON,NORMAN JR AND NORIDA TRS NORMAN AND NORIDA NELSON TRUST SITUS 10542 CHEDDAR ST NORWALK CA 90650-2103 8051-005-008 $4,795.19 NISSER,JOHN M AND ROSALIE SITUS 14812 GRIDLEY RD NORWALK CA 90650-5705 8074-027-005 $20.85 ORTIZ,SHERRIE SITUS 13206 DOMART AVE NORWALK CA 90650-2157 8051-026-024 $5,087.27 PALOMINO,JESUS R SITUS 12321 SPROUL ST NORWALK CA 90650-4345 8056-003-002/S2016-010 $166.16 PATEL,CHIMANLAL AND PUSHPABEN SITUS 18506 CLARKDALE AVE ARTESIA CA 90701-5724 7040-014-002 $6,878.23 PEREZ,JUAN G SITUS 14108 MADRIS AVE NORWALK CA 90650-4233 8056-018-037/S2015-010/S2016-010 $21,093.34 PINEDO,TONY AND LIRA,NORMA SITUS 12153 CYCLOPS ST NORWALK CA 90650-1962 8024-004-005/S2017-010 $2,579.27 PINEDO,TONY M SITUS 17215 JERSEY AVE ARTESIA CA 90701-2638 7035-016-049 $2,037.91 RAMIREZ,RICARDO AND MARIA L AND LOZANO,ALFREDO JR SITUS 15218 LEFLOSS AVE NORWALK CA 90650-5443 8078013-006/S2016-010 $1,082.67 RAZO,JULIO C SITUS 14113 DALWOOD AVE NORWALK CA 90650-3616 8053-024-021/S2017-010 $3,304.87 REAL ESTATE SERVICES GROUP INC SITUS 14018 LEIBACHER AVE NORWALK CA 90650-3533 8052-007-027 $18,702.65 REED,MICHELLE M SITUS 12253 HIBBING ST ARTESIA CA 90701-7025 7054-005-037/S2017-010 $2,188.00 REMIGIO,JOANN A SITUS 15328 MCRAE AVE NORWALK CA 90650-6348 8079-017-024/S2017-010 $1,719.25 RESENDIZ,JAMMELLE L SITUS 12040 ASHWORTH ST ARTESIA CA 90701-4115 7033-027-003 $23,889.54 RIOS,EARLINE J TR RIOS FAMILY TRUST SITUS 11652 GONSALVES ST CERRITOS CA 90703-7453 7050-018-005 $4,229.79 RIVERA,GREGORIO F SITUS 19729 ALBERT AVE CERRITOS CA 90703-7509 7055-004-015 $16,312.65 ROSALES,DAVID AND CHRISTINA M SITUS 12215 SUMMER AVE NORWALK CA 90650-2368 8023-006-014 $3,476.26 RUIZ,ALEJANDRO R SITUS 11912 ALLARD ST NORWALK CA 90650-1909 8024-016-012/S2016-010 $700.60 RUIZ,OMAR 8021-024-031 $2,568.73 SAISEUBYAT,JAMES SITUS 14821 CROSSDALE AVE NORWALK CA 90650-5618 8075-026-014 $9,316.20 SALAMANCA,MANUELAND MARIA C SITUS 13012 FAIRFORD AVE NORWALK CA 90650-2653 8049-030-020 $2,258.29 SAYED,SHAHEDA SITUS 13058 ACORO ST CERRITOS CA 90703-8600 7027-004-023 $28,866.48 SERRANO,EFRAIN JR AND SERRANO,LIZABETH SITUS 11843 HOPLAND ST NORWALK CA 90650-6544 8080-009-034/S2016010 $209.23 SHIMKO,MARK R AND JULIE A SITUS 12723 GRAYSTONE AVE NORWALK CA 90650-2664 8049-002-016 $10,857.23 SONG,MYONG W TR MYONG W SONG TRUST SITUS 19411 PEARL CT K CERRITOS CA 90703-8216 7044-040-100 $8,346.08 SPEICHER,GERTRUDE TR SPEICHER FAMILY TRUST SITUS 13443 PALM PL CERRITOS CA 90703-1047 7006-026-009 $3,758.56 SURATI FARSAN MART INC SITUS 11645 ARTESIA BLVD ARTESIA CA 90701-3849 7035-016-067 $74,605.72 TURCIOS,JUAN C SITUS 12112 FERINA ST NORWALK CA 90650-6623 8080-006-007/S2016-010 $2,307.08 URUETA,ROGELIO AND URUETA,JUAN C SITUS 13018 ELMCROFT AVE NORWALK CA 90650-2672 8050-024-014/ S2016-010 $587.04 VELASCO,SALVADOR B AND LOZANO,CHRISTOPHER SITUS 12227 CAMBRIAN CT ARTESIA CA 90701-7001 7054-006-027/ S2017-010 $67.82 VIERA,GERARDO D AND SARA M TRS VIERA FAMIOLY TRUST SITUS 17621 CALIENTE PL CERRITOS CA 90703-9014 7022-019-041 $2,149.99 VILLAMAR,JOSE M SITUS 16506 KNOLL STONE CIR CERRITOS CA 90703-2007 7010-022-007 $6,752.48 WINSON INTERNATIONAL LLC 8070-018-031 $5,286.72 YRIGOLLEN, TOMMY F TR TOMMY F YRIGOLLEN TRUST AND HERNANDEZ, IRMA SITUS 11702 ALBURTIS AVE NORWALK CA 90650-1722 8016-024-008 $2,560.23 ZAVALA, MARCOS JR AND ESTRADA, CZARINA Y SITUS 12159 CHESHIRE ST NORWALK CA 90650-6608 8080-035-022/ S2016-020/S2017-010 $1,597.94 2017 SKY LLC SITUS 13306 ROSECRANS AVE NORWALK CA 90650-5251 8070-023-004 $18,693.50 SITUS 13302 ROSECRANS AVE NORWALK CA 90650-5251 8070-023-005 $25,085.22 8070-023-006 $8,801.46 CN971561 538 Aug 28, Sep 4,11, 2020

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property that has defaulted taxes after June 30, 2023, will become Subject to the Tax Collector's Power to Sell and eligible for sale at the County's public auction in 2024. The list contains the name of the assessee and the total tax, which was due on June 30, 2018, for tax year 2017-18, opposite the parcel number. Payments to redeem tax-defaulted real property shall include all amounts for unpaid taxes and assessments, together with the additional penalties and fees as prescribed by law, or paid under an installment plan of redemption if initiated prior to the property becoming Subject to the Tax Collector's Power to Sell.

NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF: ALMA LETICIA GUTIERREZ CASE NO. 20STPB03421 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the WILL or estate, or both of ALMA LETICIA GUTIERREZ. A PETITION FOR PROBATE has been filed by JOSE GREGORIO JAIMES in the Superior Court of California, County of LOS ANGELES. THE PETITION FOR PROBATE requests that JOSE GREGORIO JAIMES be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. THE PETITION requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act with limited authority. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very important actions, however, the personal representative will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed action.) The independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A HEARING on the petition will be held in this court as follows: 09/22/20 at 8:30AM in Dept. 2D located at 111 N. HILL ST., LOS ANGELES, CA 90012 Notice of Telephonic Hearing Due to court closures, you may participate telephonically by scheduling with CourtCall at 1-888-882-6878. Please check the court's website at for information regarding closure to the public. IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the decedent, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within the later of either (1) four months from the date of first issuance of letters to a general personal representative, as defined in section 58(b) of the California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days from the date of mailing or personal delivery to you of a notice under section 9052 of the California Probate Code. Other California statutes and legal authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code section 1250. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Attorney for Petitioner KENNETH GAUGH, ESQ. - SBN 140695, LAW OFFICE OF KENNETH GAUGH 1963 CARSON STREET TORRANCE CA 90501 8/28, 9/4, 9/11/20 CNS-3391202# HAWAIIAN GARDENS COMMUNITY NEWS

NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF BULK SALE AND INTENTION TO TRANSFER ALCOHOL-IC BEVERAGE LICENSE(S) (UCC Sec. 6101 et seq. and B & P Sec. 24073 et seq.) Escrow No. 2152-EY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a bulk sale of assets and a transfer of alcoholic bever-age license is about to be made. The names, Social Security or Federal Tax Numbers, and addresses of the Sell-er/ Licensee are: RVS ENTERPRISES, INC., 9355 SOMERSET BLVD, BELLFLOWER, CA 90706 The business is known as: BELLFLOWER CIRCLE K SITE #2655203 AKA MOBIL SITE #2211428 The names, Social Security or Federal Tax Numbers, and addresses of the Buy-er/Transferee are: ANTHONY'S SHELL INC., 2460 NEWPORT BLVD #E, COSTA MESA, CA 92627 As listed by the Seller/Licensee, all other business names and addresses used by the Seller/Licensee within three years before the date such list was sent or delivered to the Buyer/Transferee are: The assets to be sold are described in gen-eral as: FURNITURE, FIXTURES, EQUIP-MENT, MACHINERY, GOODWILL, TRADE NAME, LEASE, LEASEHOLD IMPROVE-MENT, COVENANT NOT TO COMPETE, FRANCHISE AGREEMENT AND ABC OFF-SALE BEER AND WINE LICENSE #20-602064 and are located at: 9355 SOMER-SET BLVD, BELLFLOWER, CA 90706 The kind of license. to be transferred is: ABC OFF-SALE BEER AND WINE LICENSE #20-602064 now issued for the premises located at: SAME The bulk sale and transfer of the alcoholic beverage license(s) is/are intended to be consummated at the office of: SAPPHIRE ESCROW, 17100 PIONEER BLVD., SUITE 110, ARTESIA, CA 90701 and the anticipat-ed date of the bulk sale is SEPTEMEBER 1, 2020 The amount of the purchase price or consid-eration in connection with the transfer of the license and business, including the esti-mated inventory $50,000.00, is the sum of $915,000.00, which consists of the follow-ing: DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT: CASH $299,000.00; DEMAND NOTE $616,000.00; TOTAL $915,000.00 It has been agreed between the Sell-er/Licensee and the intended Buy-er/Transferee, as required by Sec. 24073 of the Business and Professions code, that the consideration for the transfer of the business and license is to be paid only after the trans-fer has been approved by the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. Date: SEPTEMBER 19, 2019 RVS ENTERPRISES, INC., Seller/Licensee ANTHONY'S SHELL INC., Buyer/Transferee ORD-08630 LOS CERRITOS COMMUNITY NEWS 8/14/2020

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55-HOUR LANE CLOSURES ON THE POMONA FREEWAY LOS ANGELES COUNTY – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has scheduled a series of 55-hour lane closures on the eastbound and westbound Pomona Freeway (SR-60) between the Long Beach (I-710) and San Gabriel River (I-605) freeways. The closures are necessary to perform pavement rehabilitation work that will extend the life of the existing lanes by a minimum of 40 years and improve ride quality. Currently, construction is ongoing Monday through Saturday, 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., with an enforced speed limit of 50 mph throughout the work zone. All 55-hour lane closures will be limited to Friday


through Monday, 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., to minimize traffic impacts. The 55-hour lane closures are as follows and subject to change: Friday, August 28, at 10 p.m. – Monday, August 31, at 5 a.m. Westbound SR-60 Lane Replacement between FindlayAvenue and I-710 Residents and local businesses located near the freeway may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities. Detour signs will be posted. Although NOT a full freeway closure, connectors and onramps will be affected. Motorists should expect delays and are strongly advised to use alternate routes. Real time traffic information can be found at The project cost is estimated at $107 million. Atkinson Construction of Irvine, California is the contractor.

T.S. No.: 9551-3631 TSG Order No.: 090435030 A.P.N.: 8061-025-005 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED 03/01/2007. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. Affinia Default Services, LLC, as the duly appointed Trustee, under and pursuant to the power of sale contained in that certain Deed of Trust Recorded 03/16/2007 as Document No.: 20070592853, of Official Records in the office of the Recorder of Los Angeles County, California, executed by: MARIA ANTONIETTA LINKEVITCH, AN UNMARRIED WOMAN, as Trustor, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable in full at time of sale by cash, a cashier's check drawn by a state or national bank, a check drawn by a state or federal credit union, or a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, savings association, or savings bank specified in section 5102 of the Financial Code and authorized to do business in this state). All right, title and interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust in the property situated in said County and state, and as more fully described in the above referenced Deed of Trust. Sale Date & Time: 09/15/2020 at 10:00 AM Sale Location: Behind the fountain located in Civic Center Plaza, 400 Civic Center Plaza, Pomona, CA 91766 The street address and other common designation, if any, of the real property described above is purported to be: 14522 SAN DIEGUITO DR, LA MIRADA, CA 90638-4326 The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and other common designation, if any, shown herein. Said sale will be made in an “AS IS” condition, but without covenant or warranty, expressed or implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining principal sum of the note(s) secured by said Deed of Trust, with interest thereon, as provided in said note(s), advances, if any, under the terms of the Deed of Trust, estimated fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust, to-wit: $482,077.73 (Estimated). Accrued interest and additional advances, if any, will increase this figure prior to sale. It is possible that at the time of sale the opening bid may be less than the total indebtedness due. NOTICE TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS: If you are considering bidding on this property lien, you should understand that there are risks involved in bidding at a trustee auction. You will be bidding on a lien, not on the property itself. Placing the highest bid at a trustee auction does not automatically entitle you to free and clear ownership of the property. You should also be aware that the lien being auctioned off may be a junior lien. If you are the highest bidder at the auction, you are or may be responsible for paying off all liens senior to the lien being auctioned off, before you can receive clear title to the property. You are encouraged to investigate the existence, priority, and size of outstanding liens that may exist on this property by contacting the county recorder's office or a title insurance company, either of which may charge you a fee for this information. If you consult either of these resources, you should be aware that the same lender may hold more than one mortgage or deed of trust on the property. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNER: The sale date shown on this notice of sale may be postponed one or more times by the mortgagee, beneficiary, trustee, or a court, pursuant to Section 2924g of the California Civil Code. The law requires that information about trustee sale postponements be made available to you and to the public, as a courtesy to those not present at the sale. If you wish to learn whether your sale date has been postponed, and, if applicable, the rescheduled time and date for the sale of this property, you may call, 916-939-0772 for information regarding the trustee’s sale or visit this Internet Web site,, for information regarding the sale of this property, using the file number assigned to this case, T.S.# 9551-3631. Information about postponements that are very short in duration or that occur close in time to the scheduled sale may not immediately be reflected in the telephone information or on the internet Web site. The best way to verify postponement information is to attend the scheduled sale. If the Trustee is unable to convey title for any reason, the successful bidder’s sole and exclusive remedy shall be the return of monies paid to the Trustee and the successful bidder shall have no further recourse. Affinia Default Services, LLC 301 E. Ocean Blvd. Suite 1720 Long Beach, CA 90802 833-290-7452 For Trustee Sale Information Log On To: or Call: 916-939-0772. Affinia Default Services, LLC, Omar Solorzano, Foreclosure Associate This communication is an attempt to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. However, if you have received a discharge of the debt referenced herein in a bankruptcy proceeding, this is not an attempt to impose personal liability upon you for payment of that debt. In the event you have received a bankruptcy discharge, any action to enforce the debt will be taken against the property only. NPP0371116 To: LA MIRADA LAMPLIGHTER 08/21/2020, 08/28/2020, 09/04/2020 Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at location indicated: 10753 Artesia Blvd. Cerritos, Ca 90703 September 14, 2020 at 11:00 AM. Kailahi Leula Jr Household items, Kathleen Overleese Household Goods, Martin Wilt Household goods, furniture, Adolph Mole Couch, boxes, Christina Rivera stove and boxes, Chris Havea 6 boxes and containers, electronics, Wayne Bellew Household items, Kaitlyn McKennon Household items, Scott Hill bath tubs, Michael Beltran Electronics, Sunny McCrary household items, Edward Fortin Household items, Jaimilia Seward Household items, Korys Installations household goods, mattress, tools, clothing, Richard Thomas household items, Yolanda Burks Household items, Daniel Martinez household items, Tabitha Beene Household items, Lucia Medina household items, Anna Arredondo-Kim Books and classroom supplies, Paul Kiefer household goods, Daniel Quiroz Household items, Mitch Mordkoff Boxes and other items, Julius Issac 13 ft lockers, couple big boxes. fold able desk, Grant Coppen tools, boxes, Jay Hammer Household items, Joseph Montoya Boxes of clothes, woods use for work, Randy Winbush Boxes, Maria Martinez Household items, Lucrecia Budgett Household items, Nakia Ward Household items, Raymond Ejike household items-clothing, Rosalind Faulks bags suitcases, Chris Nicklas Household items, Anisa Pito household items, Marcos Ortega 10 Boxes, Gabrielle Hernandez Clothing, stationary, Kevin Emanuel Household items, Ciara Jasiewicz Household items, Debra Dutter Collectibles, Danyelle Ward tools and boxes, Teresa Knight Furniture and boxes, Felicia Flores sofa, and about 10 medium boxes with household and personal items, Cleopatra Thomas bedroom dresser tv stands boxes, Christopher Tuason Household items, Jeane Simpson Household items, Michael Black Boxes, Gilbert Gonzalez stove, dresser, twin beds ,bike, boxes, Michael Black shoe cleaner and grids, Douglass Doris household goods, Brown Donald Household Goods, Deanna Witt Beds, furniture, boxes of clothes, Tina Tatum Clothes, Francis Ugonna Household items, Ciani Champion-Carter Boxes, John Chamberlin Household items, Smith Damion Household goods, Terri Walters household items, Yvonne Guess household items, Deanna Witt Household items, Paul Kiefer Household items, Brandon Mack Household items, Susan Luthe Household items, Robert Whittaker tools, Francisco Mendoza household panels, wood panels, Michael Magaldi Household items. The auction will be listed and advertised on Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. LCCN 8/28 and 9/4/20 Notice of Self Storage Sale

NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ES-TATE OF: CAROLYN K. COLLINS AKA CAROLYN KAY COLLINS CASE NO. 20STPB06968 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be inter-ested in the WILL or estate, or both of CAROLYN K. COLLINS AKA CAROLYN KAY COLLINS. A PETITION FOR PROBATE has been filed by SU-SAN HAYES in the Superior Court of California, County of LOS ANGELES. THE PETITION FOR PROBATE requests that SUSAN HAYES be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. THE PETITION requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Es-tates Act. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtain-ing court approval. Before taking certain very im-portant actions, however, the personal representative will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed action.) The independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A HEARING on the petition will be held in this court as follows: 01/12/21 at 8:30AM in Dept. 2D located at 111 N. HILL ST., LOS ANGELES, CA 90012 Notice of Telephonic Hearing Due to court closures, you may participate telephon-ically by scheduling with CourtCall at 1-888-882-6878. Please check the court's website at for information regarding closure to the public. IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objec-tions or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the decedent, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative ap-pointed by the court within the later of either (1) four months from the date of first issuance of letters to a general personal representative, as defined in sec-tion 58(b) of the California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days from the date of mailing or personal delivery to you of a notice under section 9052 of the California Probate Code. Other California statutes and legal authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as pro-vided in Probate Code section 1250. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Attorney for Petitioner TORI J. FREEBORN, ESQ. SBN 293750 EICK & FREEBORN LLP 2604 FOOTHILL BLVD. SUITE C LA CRESCENTA CA 91214 9/4, 9/11, 9/18/20 CNS-3393153# LOS CERRITOS COMMUNITY NEWS

Please take notice US Storage Centers - Commerce – Olympic located at 5415 E. Olympic Blvd. Commerce CA 90022 intends to hold an auction to sell the goods stored by the following tenants at the storage facility. The sale will occur as an online auction via on 9/17/2020 at 10:00AM. Unless stated otherwise the description of the contents are household goods and furnishings. Roxanne Herrera; Daniel Adam Quiles; Amelia Uvaldo Maldonado; Claudette Marie Sanchez; Georgina Torres; Jose Serrano Sierra; Sandra Espinoza Valencia; Jose Octavio Mendoza Torres; Sebastian Contreras Torres; Luis Romero; Enrique Perez; Cynthia J Grogan; Eutimio Alday; Claudia Leticia Juarez; Jose Gabriel Garcia-Nateras; Tomas Santos; Lisa Beth Thompkins; Paula Castaneda; Lisa Marie Barron; Daniel Martinez; Paul Raymond Barela; Javier Duenas Estrada; Cristian Molina Ortiz; Helyn Mabell Sanchez; Tianna J Saucedo Gallardo; Rene Cardona; Nellie Elizabeth Lopez; Javier Romero Flores; Alma Raquel Rubio; Maria Elizabeth Patron; Andres Garcia Tonche; Guillermina Monge; Humberto Molina Lopez; Edward Emiliano Solis; Olga L Orellana De Guajan; Michael Rogers; Maria Medina; Luis Abel Estrada Lopez; Luis Arturo Paniagua Pineda; Esmeralda Palomino; Sarah Lauren Gallegos; Andres J Montiel; Alonso Daniel Madariaga; Catheran Martinez; Evelyn Garcia; Felipe Sanchez; Jose Mejia Vasquez; Ashley Nicole Romero; Margarita Leal. All property is being stored at the above self-storage facility. This sale may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Certain terms and conditions apply. See manager for details. Published at Los Cerritos Community Newspaper 8/28/20 and 9/4/20 Notice of Self Storage Sale Please take notice US Storage Centers – Cerritos located at 16015 Piuma Ave. Cerritos, CA 90703 intends to hold an auction to sell the goods stored by the following tenants at the storage facility. The sale will occur as an online auction via on 9/17/2020 at 10:00AM. Unless stated otherwise the description of the contents are household goods and furnishings. David Emanuel Burnham; Rebecca Ann Johnston; Michael Virgil Brown; Henry Howard Howze; Jules Taylor Christen; Daniel Alfredo Lopez Aguilar; Kurtis Kal Vanlaningham; Michael Daniel Baca; Toby Arthur Jr. Reyes; Christine Sue Rosan. All property is being stored at the above self-storage facility. This sale may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Certain terms and conditions apply. See manager for details. Published at Los Cerritos Community Newspaper 8/28/20 and 9/4/20

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number 2020110872 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: FIVE M’S REAL ESTATE INVESTING AND CONSULTING, 16403 HOLMES PLACE, CERRITOS, CA., 90703. Registered Owner: MONA HAWKINS. THIS BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED AS A INDIVIDUAL. The date registrant started to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above: 2/2007. I declare that all the information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000). /S/ MONA HAWKINS. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles on . In accordance with Subdivision (a) of Section 17920, a Fictitious Name Statement generally expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the of notice of the County Clerk, except, as provided in Subdivision (b) of Section 17920, where it expires 40 days after any change in the facts set forth in the statement pursuant to Section 17913 other than a change in the residence address of a registered owner. A new Fictitious Business Name Statement must be filed before the expiration. Effective January 1, 2014, the Fictitious Business Name Statement must be accompanied by the affidavit of identity form. The filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a Fictitious Business Name in violation of the rights of another under Federal, State or Common Law (see Section 14411 et seq., Business and Professions Code). LCCN 7/30,8/7, 8/14, 8/21/20



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