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Category Archives: Lomita
Lomita celebrated its founders day recently and after a day of concerts and jubilee. The party ended in fireworks that could be seen and heard through Lomita and as far as the West Torrance area. Tweet This Post
The Lomita real estate market (Zip 90717) 9 homes sell at a median price of $495,000 in the month of March 2014. This is up 5.5% from last years median home prices. There were 5 Condos sold, up 4% from … Continue reading
According to Nick Green, of the Daily Breeze, another big change in the wind. Costco has filed an application with the city to build a larger store with more parking. This will be built on the 23-acre parcel on Lomita Boulevard adjacent to its current location. The new store would total 161,500 square feet on 17.5 acres. The current store is 148,000-square-foot store and features 761spaces compared to the new store which will offer 874 parking spaces for the shoppers convenience.
The other interesting part of this story is that Home Depot
located in the Crossroads Shopping center is considering moving in to the old Costco once the new structure and the Costco move in complete which is across the street for Lowes. Continue reading
We all know of the Farmer market At Wilson Park in Torrance, the Farmer’s Market in Redondo. But did you know there is a 3rd local Farmers Market? And you will not beleive where.
The market is located at the Kaiser Permanent South Bay medical center, near the Parkview building. The hours are 10 am to 3 pm Wednesdays.
The stalls accept cash or you can get a gift card with a credit card at the manager’s stand. Continue reading
If you are thinking of selling your home and wanting to repaint to attract buyers, then you’ll want to know what colors to avoid. Check out these great tips from Realtor Magazine The Worst Colors to Use in a Home On … Continue reading
South Bay Market Trends .com February 2013 Greater South Bay market including: Carson, El Segundo, Gardena, Harbor City, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Inglewood, Lawndale, Lennox, Lomita, Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes Estates, Palos Verdes Peninsula, Rancho Palos Verdes, Redondo Beach, Rolling … Continue reading
#2-1 DRY OUT TOILET BOWL AND TANK:
Before I have to do any work on a toilet, I use a wet vac to suck out all of the water from the toilet bowl and tank. No more messes.
#2-2 ON RE-PLANTING GRASS SEED:
Put a window screen over a spot in your lawn that you’re reseeding and you won’t have to worry about birds eating the seeds.
#2-3 FIX A DRAIN CLOG:
The plumber couldn’t budge the clog in our upstairs bathtub drain, so he said we’d have to tear out the ceiling below in order to get at the pipe. But a contractor we know had another idea that made a lot more sense. He stuck the nozzle of a wet-dry vac into a roll of electrical tape to get a tight seal against the tub’s drain, and covered the tub’s overflow hole with a flexible rubber pad. Then he turned on the vacuum and, voilà: the clog was sucked out of the pipe, saving our ceiling—and our bank account.
#2-4 NO MORE STUCK OUTDOOR LIGHT BULBS:
Screw-in bulbs in outdoor fixtures can corrode and become stuck in their sockets over time and will often break when you try to twist them out. Rub Vaseline on the bulbs’ threads before screwing them in and you’ll never have a problem replacing the bulb when the time comes. Continue reading
Originally over 7 square miles of trees and dirt roads, Lomita California has survived natural disasters, boundary disputes, world wars, civil wars, some oil booms, and more. On top of all the disputes and wars, Lomita found that it was slowly being gobbled up by the neighboring cities, all anxious to annex everything until the little community literally was no more. After many attempts to incorporate as a city, Lomita finally made it happen in 1964 and that was to stop the booming development and continuing annexation attempts. Now only 1.87 miles square Lomita began to start controlling its own future by taking over the children’s schooling and the local water district.
What started out as a rural quiet community, with only a simple ranch house and some out buildings and barns on the old Narbonne property, a few dirt roads, a couple of fruit orchards and a narrow gauge electric railroad that stopped on Western Avenue, Lomita has grown into a modern city with warm and welcoming residents and still retains it’s quiet rural atmosphere and standard of living. Continue reading