Three Los Al standouts inducted into Hall of Fame
Despite the rain outside, a full house witnessed the Los Alamitos Museum’s induction of three locals whose accomplishments will be forever enshrined in the museum’s Hall of Fame. The three are San Diego Padre pitcher Jake Nix, Us Olympic water polo standout Rachel Fattal, and Nikki Monninger, a bass player for the Grammy-nominated music group Silversun Pickups. Fattal actually grew up in Seal Beach but like the others, she attended Los Alam,
By David N. Young — After decades of complaining, a College Park north resident learned on Tuesday that the long-suffering Los Alamitos pumping station may soon be getting an upgrade.
Richard Vardeman, whose home is literally next door to the pumping station, appeared at Tuesday’s Los Alamitos city council meeting to once again complain again about the pumps.
By Robert Ostmann, LAUSD — Over 50- Students at Los Alamitos Elementary collected 1,735 cans of food in a service project to benefit nearby Casa Youth Shelter which provides temporary shelter and support for runaways and youths in crisis with the hope of reuniting them with their families.
I have been involved with and have appreciated Los Alamitos, since my kids started pre-school in the mid-‘90s. Home, school, shopping, and a bit of local involvement, have all been positive. I have not agreed with some of the decisions by our local leaders, but the streets were pretty safe, there were plenty of trees, and we have had some really nice neighbors. But when those earlier decisions stated to affect the quality of life kind of issues. I overlooked them because the value of my house kept going up.