Week in Review: Water, Lawsuit, Games, Cookies

From the latest with the city's tattoo lawsuit to Girl Scout cookies, catch up on the week's news in our roundup.

Just in case you missed it, here is a roundup of some of the latest news reported on Hermosa Beach Patch this week:

Plans for water testing cut

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced . Now Heal the Bay and the Surfrider Foundation are speaking out against the proposed funding cut, which they say will affect the Southern California coast.

Tattoo lawsuit

In a lawsuit some residents have brought against the city over its tattoo policy, Superior Court Judge Michael Linfield found causes of action in the suit Plaintiffs were given 30 days to file an amended lawsuit.

Letting the games begin

Students from the Beach Cities and across Southern California on Wednesday competed in . Having enjoyed the event, some students told Hermosa Beach Patch they wish more opportunities for math and science events existed.

Where are the cookies?

The new maps out where in town cookie-lovers can buy Girl Scout treats. The locator tool Wednesday found sales kicking off March 2 in Hermosa Beach at , , and .

Don't forget to check Patch every day for your Hermosa Beach news coverage.


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