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Palos Verdes Unified School District Board Candidate Forum October 4th

As posted in the Palos Verdes Patch, Palos Verdes residents will have a chance to hear from Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District Board of Education candidates on Oct. 4 at a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters.

The forum is set to feature school board candidates from 6-9 p.m. in the Peninsula Center Library's community room.

In the upcoming Nov. 8 election, incumbent Larry Vanden Bos, of Rolling Hills Estates, will be challenged by Dianna Chooljian, of Palos Verdes, and Erin LaMonte, of Rancho Palos Verdes.

For more information on the November elections, visit lavote.net. 

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Comment balloon 0 commentsMaureen Megowan • September 29 2011 03:23PM
Palos Verdes Unified School District Board Candidate Forum October 4th
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As posted in the Palos Verdes Patch Palos Verdes residents will have a chance to hear from Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District Board of Education candidates on Oct. 4 at a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters. The… more
Dangerous Sink Hole Appears in San Pedro
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RHE To Discuss Change in Horse Rules Tonight
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Del Cerro Park, Where the Wild Things Are
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The Los Angeles Times published a good article by Charles Fleming on some great hiking trails accessible from Del Cerro Park near the intersection of Crenshaw and Crest Roads on the Palos Verdes Peninsula: September 06, 2011 | By Charles… more
Ex-PVE City Manager Now Working for Redondo Beach
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RPV Likely to Receive State Grant to repair erosion in San Ramon…
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Walking Tour of Historic Old Torrance Today
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"Cowboy Days" Celebration at RHE Empty Saddle Club This…
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Redondo Beach Lobsterfest This Weekend
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As reported in the Daily Breeze The Redondo Beach Surf 'N Turf Lobster Festival kicks off its three-day run Friday night at Seaside Lagoon, and up to 12, 000 hungry lobster aficionados are expected to raise their forks to honor the clawed… more
Rolling Hills Estates Organizing for Public Lands Day
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As reported by Meredith Skrzypczak of the Palos Verdes Patch Palos Verdes residents can celebrate the 18th annual National Public Lands Day by helping to clear invasive plant species from a local preserve on Saturday. Volunteers… more