Easter Weekend Weather In Redondo Beach

REDONDO BEACH, CA – Easter is a holiday of faith, chocolate, bunnies and eggs. This weekend will be full of decorating Easter eggs or stuffing the plastic versions to be found in a hunt. Here’s what the weather will look like for the holiday weekend in Redondo Beach: Friday […]

REDONDO BEACH, CA – Easter is a holiday of faith, chocolate, bunnies and eggs. This weekend will be full of decorating Easter eggs or stuffing the plastic versions to be found in a hunt. Here’s what the weather will look like for the holiday weekend in Redondo Beach:Easter Weekend Weather In Redondo Beach

Friday
Patchy dense fog before 11am. Otherwise, mostly sunny, with a high near 67. Northeast wind 5 to 10 mph becoming west in the morning. Winds could gust as high as 15 mph.

Friday Night
Patchy fog after 11pm. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a low around 56.

Saturday
Patchy fog before 11am. Otherwise, partly sunny, with a high near 65.

Saturday
Patchy fog before 11am. Otherwise, partly sunny, with a high near 65.

Sunday Night
Partly cloudy, with a low around 55.

Redondo Beach police find no threat after social media picture depicted an individual with a gun

Redondo Beach Police responded to the area of Vista del Mar and Camino de la Costa after a social media threat was reported, police said. (David Rosenfeld, Staff) 1 of 3 A social media photo sent from one individual to another turned into a police investigation in south Redondo […]

Redondo Beach police find no threat after social media picture depicted an individual with a gun

A social media photo sent from one individual to another turned into a police investigation in south Redondo Beach, Thursday morning, March 29.

The photo, sent as part of a reported conflict between two individuals on social media, depicted a man holding a rifle.

“We got a call from a responsible party who said they’d received a picture on a social media site of an individual and that individual was holding a firearm in the picture,” Redondo Beach police Lt. Todd Haywood said. “Apparently they were having some kind of conflict on social media.”

Police were evaluating whether criminal charges will be filed and a medical evaluation team is working with the individual who sent the photo, Haywood said.

Developers ask for exemption from B.C.’s speculation tax on development land

Developers ask for exemption from B.C.\'s speculation tax on development landAreas covered by B.C.’s speculation tax include Metro Vancouver, Kelowna, West Kelowna, Nanaimo-Lantzville, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission and the Capital Regional District around Victoria on southern Vancouver Island, excluding the Gulf Islands and Juan de Fuca. Metro Vancouver’s development sector is asking the B.C. government for an exemption to the […]

 

Metro Vancouver’s development sector is asking the B.C. government for an exemption to the new real estate speculation tax for bare land.

The Ministry of Finance could not provide a spokesmen to speak on the record about the UDI complaint.

Money laundering review to tackle Vancouver real estate next

(Kenny Mason, NEWS 1130 Photo) VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Soon after putting casinos under tMoney laundering review to tackle Vancouver real estate next

David Eby says it’s part of an ongoing push to kill Vancouver’s reputation as a haven for money laundering.

“The fact that we don’t know who owns almost half of the most valuable properties in Vancouver, and we don’t know where the money came from, is really disturbing.”

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Soon after putting casinos under the microscope to expose evidence of criminal behaviour, BC’s Attorney General is ready to do the same thing with high-priced housing.

“With alleged proceeds of crime, we’ve got some work to do and that’s why I’m asking Peter German to do a second phase of his review and we’ve not yet set out the terms of reference yet, but we’re very aware this issue needs to be addressed.”

Eby admits he’s concerned about criminals using vancouver real estate purchases to hide dirty money. This is true from Vancouver resorts like trump tower as well.

The report German was hired to write in September on possible money laundering at local casinos is due Saturday, March 31st, but Eby’s already reporting a significant drop in suspicious cash transactions.

“Our February total was $200,000. The July, 2015 total for suspicious cash transactions was $20-million, so we’ve reduced it by a factor of 100, but I don’t believe that solves the problem. I believe that money is moved elsewhere.”

Members of the House of Commons finance committee are currently updating the Proceeds of Crime and Terrorist Financing Act.

he microscope to expose evidence of criminal behaviour, BC’s Attorney General is ready to do the same thing with high-priced housing. David Eby says it’s part of an ongoing push to kill Vancouver’s reputation as […]