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Published by City of Commerce, 2018-09-12 12:56:15

Commerce Connection September Magazine

In this issue: Gelato by sticks station, Suicide Prevention Month, Lost Dogs and more!

One year ago, the Commerce Public be aware of coyotes and to take the proper
Information Office retired the award-
winning Report to the People in favor precautions. This includes not leaving

unsecured food waste in and around your

of a completely new community publication, yard or waste bins, leashing your pets when

the Commerce Connection. This new out on a walk, and reporting any and all

community maga- coyote sightings to

zine continues to the City’s Animal

highlight the resi- Control Division at

dents, businesses, 323-887-4460, ext.

and programs that 2236.

make Commerce Congratulations to

the Model City. It the 74 Commerce

has even won an residents who

award from the received Comerce

California Associa- Scholarships this

tion of Public Infor- year. These stu-

mation Officials for dents worked hard

best graphic design. to earn scholarships

We are proud to which will help them

celebrate this achieve their

anniversary of the college degrees.

Connection and look The success of this

forward to many Program would not

more years of be possible without

publication. the generosity of

September is our stakeholders,

National Prepared- especially the Com-

ness Month, which merce Casino and

encourages every- Hotel which

one to take steps to donated $50,000 to

prepare for emer- this year’s program.

gencies in their homes, schools, and commu- As a reminder, City Hall will be closed on

Is a monthly magazine published by the nity. The City encourages residents to Monday, September 3 in observance of
City of Commerce and mailed to
prepare an emergency kit, which includes Labor Day. Have a wonderful holiday week-
Commerce residents. The Connection is
also available at all City facilities. fresh water, food, flashlights, a first aid kit, end and enjoy the rest of the summer. We

Editor and other emergency provisions. The City look forward to seeing everyone at the
Lena Shumway
also offers Community Emergency Response College Fair and the Fiestas Patrias celebra-
Staff Writers/Photographers
Daniel Larios Team training to all residents. tion this month.
Marie Hovik
In addition, the City is asking residents to
Graphic Design Layout & Illustrator
Anthony Aguilar I saw the photos of the Cultural Excursion and I have to say what an experience.
How do the kids join or participate in this trip?
To submit a story idea or a high The Commerce Cultural Excursion is an annual summer trip open to Commerce residents
definition digital photo for graduating from high school. Applications are available in the spring. In addition to the Excursion,
publishing consideration, teen residents can join the Teen Center’s Adventure Club, which regularly organizes excursions
please contact the to destinations all around California. For more information, contact the Teen Center at (323) 838-
Public Information Office 4246.
[email protected] Is Veterans Park closed? While the recreation building is undergoing rehabilitation, Veterans Park is still very much open
to the public with indoor activities being conducted in the temporary bungalows. The community
2 Connection is welcome to enjoy recreation activities at the Park during normal business hours.

Does the City require dog licenses?
A dog license is an additional form of ID that indicates your pet has been registered with your city
and vaccinated against rabies. All dogs age 4 months and older are required by law to be licensed
in California. The City of Commerce has a dog license program available to residents. For more
information, contact the Public Safety and Community Services Department at (323) 887-4460.

JULY 17, 2018 Approved the installation of artwork at 5770 South Eastern Avenue
pursuant to the City's Art in Public Places program. The art installation
Approved a list of street rehabilitation projects for FY 2018/19 under
the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. The City will receive AUGUST 7, 2018
funds from the State’s Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account
to help pay for maintenance and rehabilitation efforts for three high Authorized Transpo Group to conduct a Traffic Operations Improve-
impact streets within the City: Garfield Avenue, Slauson Avenue, and ment Analysis for the Mix Master Intersection. The Mix Master is a vital
Gage Avenue. intersection which connects Eastern Avenue, Atlantic Blvd. and
Appointed Johncito Peraza to the Planning Commission, Marianne Teleraph Road.
Griego to the Measure AA Committee, and Yolie Acosta to the Public Approved the reestablishment of a modified Las Vegas Trip for
Safety and Community Services Commission. Commerce Residents and Industrial Residents.
Received and filed a report on the ongoing Commerce Bike and Provided direction to staff for the development of the 1.8- acre portion
Pedestrian Master Plan. The Commerce Public Works Department is of the property located off of Washington Blvd. and Telegraph road.
working on implementing a comprehensive plan to address City con- The Council authorized preliminary architectural and site plan studies
nectivity, safe bicycle lanes and paths, and safe pedestrian pathways for the creation of a Public Safety Facility.
throughout the City. The City will provide community wide outreach to
receive feedback from residents, businesses and visitors.
is the first public art piece approved under the program.

Due to recent sightings of coyotes, the City would voice, waving your arms, throwing objects at the animal, and looking
like to offer a few tips in order to help ensure the it directly in the eyes. Stand up if you are seated. If you are wearing a
safety of residents, pets, and local wildlife: coat or vest, spread it open like a cape so that you appear larger.
Do not feed the coyotes; Feed your pets indoors and do Retreat from the situation by walking slowly backward so that you do
not leave pet food outdoors for coyotes scavenge; not turn your back on the coyote; if you or your pet is attacked by a
Ensure your trash can lids are closed properly to coyote immediately clean the area where bitten or scratched and seek
discourage scavenging; Keep medical attention and report the attack to Animal Control.
small pets (cats & small dogs)
indoors as much as possible and It is important to understand that coyotes are spread out throughout
large dogs after dark; If you or your pet all of California and increasingly living within urban areas. If you have
is approached by a fearless coyote, try any questions or concerns please contact the City of Commerce
to frighten it away by shouting in a deep Animal Control at (323) 887-4460 ext. 2236.

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As we enter the college application sea- WRITE THE BEST ESSAY YOU CAN missing, supply it immediately. Keep copies of
son, parents and students may not The best advice for writing a personal statement all materials that are part of the application
know much about the process or the is be honest, be creative, be organized, and process. You never know if something will be
financial resources available to help students avoid fluffy stuff. Make your essay clear and lost in transit.
pursue a higher education. Here are some tips concise, but also make it personal and original.
for students as they start preparing to apply This is your chance to impress the admissions FOR CONVENIENCE, COMPLETE
for colleges and universities. panel. Always proofread after writing and THE COMMON APP AND FAFSA ASAP
eliminate any misspellings, grammatical and The Common Application, which is accepted by
APPLY EARLY AND COMPLETE syntactical errors. It helps to have a friend, more than 750 schools, helps to streamline one
THE ENTIRE APPLICATION teacher, or family member look over your part of the admissions process for students. If
Take your time with each college application; college application before submission to assure you need financial aid, complete the Free
fill it out carefully and double-check each that it is neat and complete. Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
section. If you want to apply to several online.
colleges, be aware of every deadline. Applying COMPILE ALL ESSENTIAL DOCUMENTS
earlier is one way to distinguish yourself as it Always remember to provide your high school CONFUSED? TALK TO YOUR
shows admissions officers that you really want transcript, SAT/SAT II/ACT test scores, and COUNSELOR, TEACHER, ETC.
to attend their school. letters of recommendations as needed. For The College Application process can be
letters of recommendations, ask your favorite confusing and tricky. However, there are people
INCLUDE ALL teachers, counselors, and/or other adults who who are here to help you through this whole
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. know you well. Give them enough time to write ordeal. Go talk to your school counselor,
Admissions officers look for students who not thoughtful and considerate recommendations, teacher, and/or family members. The City of
only maintain strong academic standing, but and be sure to thank them. Always ask at least Commerce Public Library also has librarians
also students who can maintain a balance one month before you submit your application. who can help you understand key parts of the
between school and an active lifestyle. DO NOT REQUEST A LETTER A WEEK process. In fact, the Commerce Public Library
BEFORE YOUR DEADLINE. Contact each of is hosting the 13th annual College Fair on
4 Connection your schools to make sure they have received September 8 at Rosewood Park at 10 a.m.
your application materials. If anything is Don’t miss it.

If you like ice cream but could do without the high fat content, Gelato by Stick
Station is the place for you.

“Regular ice cream has 25 to 35% fat due to the ice cream base which contains
egg yolks, buttermilk, butter and flavoring,” explained owner Brandon Choi.

Since Choi uses AAA organic milk (milk flavors) and real fruit (dairy-free sorbeto)
in his products, all of which are made in Commerce, he has managed to keep the
fat content significantly lower than regular ice cream’s: his gelato has just 6 to 10%
fat. Fortunately, the loss of fat does not result in a loss of flavor.

With at least 15 flavors to choose from, you may have trouble selecting one.
Should you try the pure pistachio, stracciatella (chocolate chip), dark chocolate,
strawberry sorbeto, mango sorbeto or some other equally enticing flavor?

If you find the idea of toppings appealing, you can select a gelato bar from a
variety of flavors, and then decide on a topping such as unsweetened coconut
shreds, Oreo crumbs, rainbow sprinkles, gummy bears, chocolate balls or others.

Everything about Gelato by Stick Station, from the gelato flavors, to the clean,
organized store with its smartly uniformed employees, indicates that Choi is not
new to this business. In fact, he opened his flagship store, located in Old Town
Pasadena, in 2014.

Choi chose the City of Commerce as his business’ location because he thought
that the City, with its eclectic composition of industrial and residential sectors, would
be the ideal place to operate both his retail and wholesale enterprises. The City’s
close proximity to downtown Los Angeles also played a key role in his decision to
open his business here. The business held its grand opening in July.

Despite the astonishing array of choices already available in his store, the savvy
business owner is planning to offer gourmet paletas. When asked if he is
considering any particular flavors, Choi mentioned strawberry with condensed milk,
coconut with dulce de leche, banana with Nutella, dark chocolate, Romeo & Juliet
(cheese with guava paste flavor from Brazil), organic milk Oreo and others.

Another way Choi will be expanding his menu and ensuring he is meeting his
customers’ needs is by adding vegan and no sugar added products. Customers
can expect catering services to be available in the near future as well. The store is
open to the public from 11:30 to 8:30, Tuesday through Sunday.

Gelato By Stick Station

5454 E. Washington Blvd, Commerce CA 90040

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Homework Centers are available at all four libraries and
Card Today provide homework help for students from kindergarten through
college. The centers’ hours of operation are Monday-Thursday
As students prepare to head back to school, there is one essential from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. The Bristow and Bandini Park branches
school supply that requires no shopping, doesn’t cost a penny, are open on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
and adults can benefit too: a library card.
This September, the City of Commerce Public Library is partnering CODING CLUB
with the American Library Association and libraries nationwide for Computer skills and programming are becoming an essential
Library Card Sign-up Month, to encourage all our residents to obtain a part of our society. The Commerce Public Library is inviting
library card, allowing everyone to enjoy all the benefits our libraries tweens and teens to learn how to do basic coding from scratch.
have to offer, including access to educational databases, computer Classes begin on Tuesday, September 4, at 4:30 pm at the
classes, and reading materials. Resources at the Commerce Public Rosewood Library.
library are available to anyone with a library card at no cost.
During September, the Commerce Public Library will host the annual Celebrate your freedom to read and check out a banned book
“Bring a Friend to the Library” program. New library card recipients will from The Book Bike and win special Banned Book Week
be entered into a raffle to win a Kindle. If you are already a library card prizes. The Bike will be at the Commerce Teen Center on
holder, bring a friend to get a card and you too will be eligible to enter Tuesday, September 25, at 4 pm and at Rosewood Park on
the raffle. Wednesday, September 26, at 2:30 p.m.

This year, Disney’s the Incredibles are the official Library Card Sign- COMIC BOOK ANTHOLOGY
up Month honorary chairs, helping to promote the value of a library card Teens, are you an artist or a writer? The Commerce Public
and bring attention to the many ways libraries and librarians transform Library is hosting a series of workshops on how to create your
lives and communities through education. own comic book. At the end of the series, your work will be
published in a Comic Book Anthology book. The workshops
6 Connection begin on Wednesday, September 5 at the Rosewood Library.

Miss Clippers

Alissa C. Lopez Serfozo has worked hard all of her life and
excelled in school. While growing up, she participated in many
of the City’s programs: preschool, Summer Day Camp, ballet,
T-Ball, club volleyball and the Summer Reading Program, which she
especially cherished. Her commitment to her education and
participation in extracurricular activities paid off when she was
accepted by Princeton University, one of the top schools in the world.

Before attending Princeton, Lopez Serfozo participated in a year-
long gap program that paid her expenses while she worked as an
English and arts teacher at a local school in Varanasi, India. While
teaching in India, she studied Hindi and decided to pursue architec-
tural design and planning. She recently graduated summa cum laude
with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Architecture and a Certificate in
Urban Studies.

Although Lopez Serfozo is very self-assured, she was not always.
“Many of my greatest successes grew out of experiences of self-doubt
or of fear. These moments were essential for developing my
confidence and teaching me the importance of resilience,” she said.

Lopez Serfozo encourages high school students to feed their
intellectual curiosity and to take advantage of college assistance
programs such as QuestBridge, the Gates Scholarship, and Pre-Col-
lege Programs.

Now that Lopez Serfozo has one college degree behind her, she
has begun working for an international architectural and urban design
studio in New York City. She plans to pursue a Masters of Architecture
and perhaps even a PhD in Architecture.

Miss Clippers 2018 Pauline Viesca will be hosting the annual
Clippers Community Night this November.

Viesca is no stranger to sports and athletics, being a world class
boxer competing in several Junior Olympics and Youth World
Championships, winning regional and national championships along
the way.

In addition to being championship boxer, Viesca is an advocate for
leading an active and healthy lifestyle, which she does by running the
Commerce Freedom 5K and Turkey Trot every year, among other

“It is very important for everyone to be active and stay in shape
because obesity and illnesses have grown over the years,” she said.
“So it is very important for people to stay as healthy as possible start-
ing at a young age.”

Viesca is also big sports fan who enjoys watching boxing and
baseball with her family and friends and always cheers for the
Dodgers whenever she can. Being a huge sports fan, she is honored
to represent the organization.

To get tickets for the Commerce Clippers Community Night, contact
the Parks and Recreation Department at (323) 887-4434.

Connection 7


A bus stop number is a unique identification number for each
municipal bus stop within the City of Commerce. Knowing
your stop number allows you to access bus arrival
Plans are underway to include stop numbers on all
Commerce bus stop signs. In the meantime, you can
find stop numbers online.

Mobile Maps
Visit on your mobile phone to
access arrival predictions, see live bus maps and look
up stop numbers.

Call 323-500-1138
Call to hear arrival information. The easiest way to use
this system is to have your stop number.

When you have your stop number, text "CMBL
<stop number>" to 41411.

(emotional pain or physical pain); talking about being a burden to
others; using alcohol or drugs more often; acting anxious or agitated;
withdrawing from family and friends; changing eating and/or sleeping
habits; showing rage or talking about seeking revenge; talking or
thinking about death often; displaying extreme mood swings,
suddenly changing from very sad to very calm or happy; giving away
important possessions; saying goodbye to friends and family; and
putting affairs in order, making a will, among others.

September is National Suicide Prevention Month which is an There are a number of organi-
effort to raise prevention awareness as well remember those zations that can help individuals
who have been affected by suicide and to get treatment to who have thoughts of suicide.
those who need it the most. The National Suicide Prevention
Lifeline, at (800) 273-TALK (8255)
Suicide is a major public health concern. Over 40,000 people die or, is
by suicide each year in the United States, making it the 10th leading designed to help those in suicidal
cause of death overall. Suicide is complicated and tragic but it is crisis or emotional distress. The
often preventable if you know the warning signs and how to get help. National Alliance on Mental Illess,
According to the National Institute for Mental Health, certain at (800) 950-NAMI or, is
behaviors may indicate that someone is thinking about suicide: another suicide hotline especially
talking about feeling empty, hopeless, or having no reason to live; helping those dealing with mental
talking about great guilt or shame; talking about feeling trapped or illness. The Trevor Project, at
feeling that there are no solutions; feeling unbearable pain (866) 488-7386 and, provides crisis and suicide prevention services
88 CCoonnnneeccttioionn to LGBTQ youth. The National Council for Suicide Prevention, at
(800) SUICIDE (784-2433), is an umbrella organization for many
different suicide prevention and crisis help organizations.


The Revamp of Camp Reuniting lost dogs with their owners is what Animal Control
Officers strive to do every day. But if your dog is not wearing
Have you been to Camp Commerce lately? This year, staff got a dog license tag, it is taken to the animal shelter. If your
creative; weekends at Camp are theme-filled events with dog does not have a microchip, the odds of finding you diminish
games, crafts, activities, decorations and more featuring Star further. Here is what all dog owners should know to increase their
Wars, Jumanji, 70’s, luau, to name a few. The Campers loved the chances of getting their dogs back:
changes; even resident Sharon Rowe, who was a little apprehensive
at first. “Everyone was very accommodating and kept us busy,” she GETTING YOUR DOG OUT
said. “You could relax or enjoy the activities. I truly enjoyed it.” OF THE ANIMAL SHELTER IS COSTLY.
The minimum fee owners pay to get their dog out of the animal
The City’s Independence Day Celebrations are always hugely shelter is $59 (dog must be fixed and have had its rabies shot and
successful events and the same can be said about the Camp’s. This be picked up on the first day of impoundment,).
4th of July, the campers were taken to a nearby park for volleyball, If your dog is not fixed and has not had its rabies shot, the cost is
basketball, games, beef and pork ribs, and a spectacular fireworks at least $104.
show over Lake Arrowhead. PLEASE NOTE that additional fees apply for each day your dog
is at the shelter.
“My favorite thing about celebrating 4th of July at Camp Commerce
this year was having dinner at the park with my family, the campers DOG LICENSES ARE REQUIRED
and staff,” said resident Amparo Solorzano, who has been going to AND DON’T COST MUCH.
Camp for years. “It was a true feeling of a family celebration. Staff The Animal Control Division has recently launched an awareness
went out of their way to make it a special celebration.” campaign this month to provide free first time dog icenses to
residents (no renewals) until Sept. 21, 2018. Renewals are $25
Outdoor dining will now be a part of the Camp experience thanks to for unaltered dogs and $15 for altered dogs.
the recent addition of a new BBQ grill and picnic tables. Senior residents pay $7.50 per dog.
All dog licenses are valid for one year, from July 1 to June 30.
Once the weather gets colder, there are hikes and excursions to
thrift stores, Lake Arrowhead Village, movies, bowling and museum. YOU CAN REPLACE YOUR LOST LICENSE.
If there is no snow, campers can opt to pay a small fee to go inner If you lose your dog’s license, you can request a replacement from
tubing down a mountain covered with man-made snow. the Community Services and Public Safety Department.

Registration for Fall/Winter/Spring sessions at Camp Commerce Microchipping is affordable.
begin on Saturday, September 15 from 8 am to noon at the Council Los Angeles County Animal Shelter charges just $15 to microchip
Chambers. a dog or cat! Your veterinarian can also provide this service,
although you will likely pay more.

Your pet’s microchip must be registered with a registry and/or the
microchip company. Once your pet’s microchip is registered, it can
be scanned and your contact information will be accessible.

For more information about dog licenses, please call the City’s
Animal Control Division at 323-722-4805, ext. 2236.

Connection 9


The Veterans Park and the Rosewood Park II boys soccer teams play their best.

Camp Commerce Summer Day Camp

Youth Week at Camp Commerce included a hike to Heart Rock. Nearly 100 young Commerce residents performed for their families during Fiesta Night.

Veterans Library Gets Wild YES Program

Young patrons were able to see and learn about various animals during the Summer Reading YES Workers in the Transportation Department clean and detail the City’s fleet of
Program. buses.

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City Hall & Libraries Coding Club Senior Citizens Parks and Recreation Fitness Weekend at Commerce to College
Closed Rosewood Library Commission Commission Camp Commerce Fair
12:30 p.m. 6 p.m.
Labor Day 4:30 p.m. 14 Rosewood Park
Teen Craft Hour 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
9 10 City Council Meeting Veterans Library Video Games
6 p.m. Rosewood Library 15
English Book Club 3:30 p.m.
6 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Grandparents Day
Comic Book Anthology Teen Book Club Luncheon
Education Commission Rosewood Library 11:30 a.m.
6 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m.
Teen Advisory Group Camp Commerce
11 12 13 Registration
5 p.m. 8 a.m.
Coding Club Teen Craft Hour Hecho a Mano
Rosewood Library Bandini Library Bandini Library

4:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Measure AA Meeting Traffic Commission Community Services
6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Commission
6:30 p.m.

16 17 18 19 20 21 22
Fiestas Patrias Embajadoras Teen Craft Hour Hispanic Heritage ¡Viva Frida! Children’s
Bristow Park READs Center Rosewood Library Program Program Connection 11
3 p.m
6 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Rosewood Library Rosewood Library
23 6 p.m. 2 p.m.
City Council Meeting Comic Book Anthology
30 6 p.m. Rosewood Library Teen Book Club
6 p.m. 4 p.m.

Special Needs Teen Advisory Group
Commission 5 p.m.

6:30 p.m.

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Library Commission The Bike/La Bici The Bike/La Bici Swim Lesson Registration Video Games
6 p.m. Commerce Teen Center Rosewood Park Rosewood Library
Food Truck and Family
City Hall & 4 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Game Night 3:30 p.m.
Libraries Closed
Coding Club Planning Commission City Hall Parking lot Teen Book Club
Rosewood Library 6:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 4 p.m.

4:30 p.m. Teen Advisory Group
5 p.m.
Beginners Computer
Class Rosewood Library

6 p.m.

City of Commerce 2535 Commerce Way, Commerce, CA 90040
(323) 722-4805 Fax (323) 888-6841

2535 Commerce Way
Commerce, CA 90040 U.S. POSTAGE


Important Phone Numbers

Aquatic Center 323-887-4404
Public Safety 323-887-4460
Animal Control 323-887-4460
Weekend/Evenings 562-940-6898
Calmet 562-259-1239
SCE St. Lights Out* 800-611-1911

Mayor Hugo A. Argumedo *Provide Light Pole # for Report
Mayor Pro Tem John Soria
Councilmember Ivan Altamirano E.L.A. Sheriff’s Dept. 323-264-4151
Councilmember Leonard Mendoza
Councilmember Oralia Y. Rebollo Graffiti Hotline 323-887-4444 Sunday, September 16
Bristow Park 3 - 9 p.m.
Vector Control 562-944-9656
•Ballet Folklorico •Live Music •Game Booths •Mexican Food
Union Pacific 888-877-7267

BNSF 800-832-5452


City of Commerce 2535 Commerce Way Commerce, CA 90040 • (323) 722-4805 Fax (323) 888-6841 •



City Council Meeting The South Coast Air
Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. (Live every 1st and 3rd Tues.) Mondays 8 a.m. Quality Management
Wednesdays at 10 a.m., Thursdays at 5 p.m., Saturdays at 9 a.m. District (SCAQMD)
offers a year-round
In A Council Minute Electric Lawn Mower Rebate program for residents of Los
Mondays at 4 p.m., Tuesdays at 9 a.m., Wednesdays at 1 p.m., Thursdays Angeles County. Residents can purchase a new, cordless electric
at 4 p.m., Fridays at 3 p.m., Saturdays at 11:00 a.m., Sundays at 5:00 p.m. lawn mower, scrap their old gas mower and receive a rebate
check based on the purchase price of their new mower.
Commerce City News
Mondays at 4:30 p.m., Tuesdays at 8 a.m., Wednesday at 3 p.m., Thursdays On-line application is available at
at 9:30 a.m., Friday at 5:30 p.m., Saturdays at 5:30 p.m., Sundays at 3:30 p.m.
• After-purchase rebates are $150, $200 or $250, depending on the
“Adopt a pet” purchase price of the new electric lawnmower.
Mondays at 12 p.m., Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m., Wednesdays at 4 p.m.,
Thursdays at 3 p.m. Fridays at 9 a.m., Saturdays at 6 p.m., Sundays at 8 p.m. • Over 20 electric lawn mower models available for residential use and
can be purchased in-store or on-line.
Commerce Jam III concert in the park
Mondays at 6 p.m., Tuesdays at 12 p.m., Wednesdays at 8 a.m., Thursdays • Over 20 certified scrapping locations available in Los Angeles,
at 6 p.m. or after City Council Meeting, Fridays at 6 p.m., Saturdays at 11:30 a.m., Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
Sundays at 5:30 p.m.
For more information, call SCAQMD at (888) 425-6247
Annual Twilight Dance Concert series from Tuesday-Friday during regular business hours.
Mondays at 5 p.m., Tuesdays at 3 p.m., Wednesdays at 5 p.m., Thursdays
at 3 p.m., Fridays at 3 p.m., Saturdays at 3 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m.

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