John Gran was interviewed by Tonya McKenze on 01/22/2021 and about Re-Election, the RB waterfront, North Redondo and other local topics.
District 4 Events
The following posts focus on the news and issues important to North Redondo Beach, District 4 residents.
John Gran is Running for Re-Election to the Redondo Beach City Council. This is his Communication Calendar, with includes a Zoom link for Virtual Meetings.
Heads Up! Redondo Beach Street Sweeping Parking Enforcement begins Today 09/21/2020 – No More Warnings given – ticking starts Monday, September 21st, 2021. What Day is it? Where’s My Car? Go Find a Parking Spot!
District 4 Community Meeting with Redondo Beach City Councilman John Gran. 09/12/2020
On 09/11/2020, the BCHD provided a Health Update for the Beach Cities – LA County Case Counts, California Blueprint for a Safer Economy, How are the Beach Cities Doing?
John Gran Around Redondo, COVID-19, District 4 Events, Resource: COVID-19 Around Redondo, Be Kind, City Council, COVID-19, John Gran, LA County Public Health, Parking Tickets, Redondo Beach, Street Sweeping
Around Redondo – 09/08/2020 – RB Street Sweeping Parking Tickets Begin 09/21/2020, Community Meeting 09/12/2020 Register Here, Latest COVID-19 Counts for the South Bay, Be Kind, CARES Act Reimbursement Program for Artesia & Aviation Blvd.
Heads Up! Redondo Beach Street Sweeping Parking Enforcement begins 09/21/2020 – Warnings given now – ticking starts Monday, September 21st, 2021. What Day is it? Where’s My Car? Great questions – you have three weeks to answer!
Around Redondo – 07/01/2020 – 4th of July Weekend News 1) Beaches Closing and Fireworks Show Cancelled, 2) LA County Public Health’s Latest Data Counts, 3) “Roadmap to Recovery” 4) Safe in the South Bay Business/Restaurant Program
Around Redondo – 06/10/2020 – Virtual Meeting w/ RB Chief Kauffman. 1) Register for the call on 6/13/2020, 2) LA County Public Health’s Latest News Release, 3) “Roadmap to Recovery”
LA County Public Health – Press Release 05/18/2020. 18 new deaths and 477 new cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Public Health has identified 38,451 positive cases of COVID-19 across all areas of LA County, and a total of 1,839 deaths.