What’s up? If it’s Saturday, the answer is (a) kites and (b) a commemorative airplane flyover, both of which will fill the San Pedro skies today. Fly kites with the Kiwanis at 22nd Street Park and/or mark the first flight over the Pacific at Pt. Fermin Park. Details here.
If it’s high-flying political talk you prefer, head to the Democratic candidates forum this afternoon, 3-6 p.m. in Harbor City on April 10.
Ponte Vista drifted out of the news for a while, but it reappeared this week in a report that it’s effectively “back to square one.” The old planners are out, the chief investor has resumed control and the slate has been wiped clean as the developer starts over.
The ports are updating the Clean Air Action Plan and holding public meetings on the topic later this month. View the meeting flyer here or find much more background information at www.portoflosangeles.org and www.cleanairactionplan.org.
If you haven’t seen a print copy of the Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council’s new newsletter yet, click to view the premier issue of Grand Central.
The co-founder of the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium has died.