David Rosenfeld, Daily Breeze

David Rosenfeld

Daily Breeze

Redondo Beach, CA, United States

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Past articles by David:

Torrance Police Chief Jeremiah Hart is doing more listening

Transforming the department with 21st century policing is one of Hart’s main goals. → Read More

Torrance Cultural Arts Foundation announces 2021-22 season

Tickets go on sale 1 p.m. Aug. 20. → Read More

Foul odors from Hyperion plant making life miserable in El Segundo

Residents have described the smell as putrid, overwhelming, noxious. And like rotten eggs. → Read More

West Basin reveals costs of desalination as public meeting set for Monday

In order to pay for the project, West Basin would need to increase its annual service charge fees by 10% per year for the next decade, the report said. → Read More

Hyperion plant still releasing partially treated sewage 5 miles offshore

Weekly averages show the plant is releasing treated sewage that exceeds limits for two types of solid particulates, water clarity and biological oxygen demand, which at high levels can deplete diss… → Read More

Torrance senior Harry Kaplan wins Congressional Award Gold Medal

He is the third sibling in his family to be given the high honor. → Read More

Torrance City Council votes to put sales tax measure to voters next year

Voters will decide a 3/4 cent sales increase bringing the city up to 10.25% total sales tax. → Read More

LA County public health director apologizes for ‘failures’ in responding to sewage spill

Ferrer’s comments came during a discussion on a report that detailed the severity of flooding that occurred at the Hyperion plant, near El Segundo, the ensuing sewage spill into the ocean and… → Read More

Communication breakdowns caused delayed response to Hyperion sewage spill, report says

The report also details how severe the spill was. → Read More

Carson mobile home park closures put owners, residents at odds, with city in the middle

Carson officials say they try to balance the rights on property owners with the concerns of residents. But the process is complex. → Read More

Torrance to consider sales tax measure to cover pandemic losses

Voters rejected a similar measure in elections last year. → Read More

Back up at water treatment plant that caused sewage spill ‘nearly catastrophic,’ officials say

The sewage spill closed South Bay beaches for several days and repairs, residents say, have led to an odor. → Read More

Cesar Chavez’s great-grandniece joints opponents of Ballona Wetlands restoration project – Press Telegram

The state Department of Fish and Wildlife, which is leading the project, has defended it as necessary and the best option for restoring the degraded wetlands. → Read More

Lennox appoints Karina Cordero to fill vacant board seat

Cordero replaces Alexis Aceves, who stepped down in June. The seat will be up for election next year. → Read More

Tiger Squadron in Torrance to host aerial training event this weekend

Planes flying in formation will be viewable in the skies over the South Bay this weekend. → Read More

LA County doctors, health officials say hospitalization surge possible

The reality the county faces, multiple officials said, is that a potentially overwhelming spike in COVID-19 patients could come down to a numbers game. → Read More

Redondo Beach keep Pallet shelter where it is

After a lengthy discussion and much public opposition, the shelter will remain near the South Bay Galleria. → Read More

Torrance City Council appoints 50-year resident, local businessman to join the panel

Walser will serve on the council for the remainder of Goodrich’s term next year. Voters will weigh in on that seat in the 2022 election. → Read More

State awards Seaside Lagoon in Redondo Beach $10 million

Seaside Lagoon in Redondo Beach will receive $10 million toward a vast remodel of the facilities, the largest improvements yet in the attraction’s 61-year history. → Read More

Torrance taking closer look at city or regional public health department

Torrance is among six other cities in L.A. County that looked at the idea with West Covina the only moving forward so far. → Read More