NEW - 2018 North MB BID Board Members
Chairman: James McCleary (Sea View Inn)
V P: Harry Ashikian(Salvatore's Shoe Repair)
Secretary: Janice Davenport (Pancho's Restaurant)
Peter Kim - (Sloopy's Restarunt)
Anthony Sulaiman - (Baja Sharkeez)
Megan Richardson - (Sand Spa)
Gretchen Tiernan - (Polish by the Sand - Resident)
North Manhattan Beach BID
Next Meeting: April 4th, 2018
(Location:Sea View Inn)
( 3400 Highland Ave., Manhattan Beach, Ca. 90266)
*Agenda's & Minutes may be viewed at by clicking-
"North BID" or link at top.
HIGHLAND AVE & ROSECRANS AVE
(from 32nd street to 45th street)
Animals need our help too!
Carson Cats is a cat rescue that is dedicated to rescuing cats and kittens from the 6 Los Angeles County shelters, mainly Carson Shelter located in Gardena, Ca. Over the past 9 years, Carson Cats has rescued over 11,000 animals from the Los Angeles County Shelter System which has one of the highest euthanasia rates in the country. This is a private, volunteer only organization and there is no direct affiliation with “Carson Cats” and the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control.
The Carson Cats rescue program led to the adoptions of more than 1000 animals in 2015 from the Los Angeles County Shelter in Carson, thereby saving their lives. Carson Cats provides veterinary care, spaying and/or neutering, FIV/FeLV testing, and placement in homes.
Visit us at - www.carsoncats.com
Just 3 miles South of Los Angeles Airport (LAX), Manhattan Beach is the most upscale of the South Bay beach towns. Manhattan Beach faces the ocean with an urban beach and lots of volleyball nets, sandwiched between the surf and homes lining paved walkways for pedestrians and bicycles along the Coast.
Manhattan Beach is a very affluent beach town within commuting distance of Los Angeles and therefore it is one of the most expensive coastal towns in which to live in America, according to the most recent Fortune Magazine rankings.
A scenic 928-foot-long Manhattan Beach Pier is one of over 100 piers in California and is located at the end of Manhattan Beach Boulevard. Manhattan Beach is the home of both beach and indoor volleyball, and surfing; during the winter, the waves can get as big as 12 feet (3.7 m).
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