Pumpkins. Pumpkins are everywhere! In stores, on porches on retail and restaurant menus. Must be fall!
All over the South Bay, you can almost feel the excitement of the season growing. Maybe the most in Redondo Beach as they are preparing for the successful passing of Senate Bill 5. This bill will hopefully provide a bit of funding for upgrades to the AES power plant. The current plan is to turn it into additional parkland in the beach city.
With the school year in full swing and the holidays about to be here, now is the time to seriously consider (and act!) on that urge to finish that DIY project, clear the clutter to sell your home or make steps to purchase a new one in time for your beloved guests to visit.
Wishing you the best of luck in all the season brings for you and your family.
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