NELA Weighs In: The Top 10 Posts on the Boulevard Sentinel’s Facebook Page

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From July through September, the “Top 10” posts on the Boulevard Sentinel’s Facebook page reflected a range of issues: homelessness in NELA, local environmental problems and controversy over real estate developments, as well as questions about the disappearance and replacement of a corner mailbox and more.

The mailbox on the corner of Eagle Rock Boulevard and Merton Avenue has gone missing, an alarming development so close to an election that will rely on mail-in ballots. (Aug. 17)
The missing mailbox has been replaced. The Eagle Rock post office did not reply to several requests for comment on why it was removed and replaced. (Sept. 11)
An image of the heavy gray haze over Highland Park on July 5th led some commenters to defend illegal fireworks and some to condemn them. (July 5)
A newly formed Sustainability Committee on the Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council reminds residents that environmental problems put the quality of life in Eagle Rock at stake. (Aug. 24)
Community stakeholders raise objections to a proposed 33-unit development in historic Garvanza (Aug. 15)
A homeless man known as Emilio has died in his tent in front of the Rite Aid on Eagle Rock Boulevard in Glassell Park. (Sept. 4)
The “Black Lives Matter” mural on the walls of Oxy Arts was created by 14-year old Lucia Santo, a student at Eagle Rock High, with help from students at Franklin High, Occidental College and passers-by. (July 6)
The City of L.A. launches an emergency program to help people pay rent during the pandemic. (July 13)
The nation mourns the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (Sept. 19)
Development on Poppy Peak in Highland Park moves ahead, despite community opposition. (Aug. 18)

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