Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Lyn Jensen

Lyn Jensen
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Lyn Jensen has been a freelance journalist in southern California since the 80s. Her byline has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Orange County Register, the Los Angeles Weekly, the Los Angeles Reader, Music Connection, Bloglandia, Senior Reporter, and many other periodicals. She blogs about music, manga, and more at lynjensen.blogspot.com and she graduated from UCLA with a major in Theater Arts. Follow her on Twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook.

Environmentally Efficient Civic Center Comes to Long Beach

By Lyn Jensen, RLN Reporter As part of a massive downtown civic center development, Long Beach is planning to shut down its existing downtown library...

School Safety Panel: More Counselors, Fewer Random Searches

By Lyn Jensen, Reporter Los Angeles Unified School District requires all of its middle and high schools to conduct “daily random” searches of students and...

The Two Pronged Approach to Rent Control

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter On the Nov. 6 ballot, and at the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, the issue of rent control is...

Reform, Rebuild, Restore: Villanueva’s Campaign for Sheriff

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Alex Villanueva, who’s hoping to become Los Angeles County’s next sheriff come the Nov. 6 election, has a history of...

Scoping Meetings Present Plans on Golf Course

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Two recent public scoping meetings on Aug. 14 and Sept. 13, at Victoria County Regional Park in Carson, discussed proposals...

Dear Tries Comeback

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Despite being recalled in 2016, former Mayor and City Clerk Jim Dear wants back on the Carson City Council come...

Trash Collector Hauls Carson into Court

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Carson’s long-time trash hauler Waste Management is hauling Carson into Los Angeles Superior Court, alleging the hauler was dumped for...

Superintendent of Public Instruction: Non-partisan Race Could be Over in June

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter  Tom Torlakson, California’s elected superintendent of public instruction, is facing term limits,  meaning that, on June 5, voters across...

Honor Thy Mother with Tea at Elise’s

By Lyn Jensen Mother’s Day and tea service — two traditions that make a good pair for a celebration. To celebrate with generations of mothers...

Carson Mayor Ordered to Leave Water Board, Refuses

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Carson Mayor Albert Robles still refuses to surrender either of two elected offices — on the Water Replenishment District board...

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