EL SEGUNDO HERALD September 6, 2018 Page 3
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Garden Salad, Garlic Bread,
Now Open Sundays!
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150 S Sepulveda Blvd.
976 Aviation Blvd.
• DELIVERY IN LIMITED AREA AT BOTH LOCATIONS •
Swatik & Keesey LLP
AT T O R N E Y S AT L AW
Lifetime El Segundo Residents
Living Trusts/Wills, Probate, Employment Law, Personal Injury
Trust and Estates Litigation, Business Litigation, Civil Litigation
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Davis & DeRosa Physical Therapy, Inc.
Davis & DeRosa Physical Therapy, established in 2003,
provides a quaint boutique practice located in El Segundo,
California. The 4,000 square foot facility is a well known
practice offering its patients private, personal treatment by
a licensed therapist at every visit. Patients are guaranteed
one-on-one attention for their 45-minute treatment.
THE PRACTICE SPECIALIZES IN
DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT FOR:
Chronic Neck and Back Pain
Pre and Post Surgical Rehabilitation
Foot and Ankle Disorders (including orthotics)
Osteoporosis and other Age Related Disorders
Balance and Vestibular Disorders
Troy Davis Owner, PT, DPT • Chris DeRosa Owner, PT, OCS
Leo Valenzuela, PT, DPT • Lianne Nakazaki, PT, DPT
Garret Wong, PT, DPT, OCS • Tami Chang, PT • Kim Klein, PT
William Quibell, PT, DPT • Richelle Mae Milina, PT, DPT, OCS
325 Main Street El Segundo, CA 90245 310.648.3167
Likes the Lakes
My husband and I have lived in El Segundo
for 33 years and have played many rounds
of golf at the Lakes. My children learned
golf there. We strongly support the Lakes
because it is an important recreational facility
for El Segundo.
Criticisms of the Lakes include: it does
not support the recreational needs of a majority
of residents; it is not profitable; and
the land could be better used for additional
None of skatepark, soccer fields, baseball
diamonds, the Plunge, etc. support the recreational
needs of a majority of residents and
none are profitable. There are essentially no
recreational facilities for senior citizens –
there is no pool hall, bowling alley, nature
trails, or hiking trails. The Lakes can increase
profitability by increasing prices even though
using the Plunge is still free. Rec Park and
Constitution Park are underutilized so more
green space (only accessible by car) is unneeded.
I am voicing my support for the Lakes and
I encourage other golfers to do the same.
The Lakes, as a golf course, is an important
asset for all El Segundo residents because
folks from 9 to 90 can play golf.
– Marie Smith •
Affordable Health Screenings Coming
to Playa Del Rey in Collaboration with
Beverly Hills Health Center
Residents living in and around the Playa
Del Rey area can learn about their risk for
cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes,
and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable
screenings by Life Line Screening.
Del Rey Church will host this community
event on 9/13/2018. The site is located at
8505 Saran Drive in Playa Del Rey.
Screenings can check for:
The level of plaque buildup in your arteries,
related to risk for heart disease, stroke
and overall vascular health.
• HDL and LDL Cholesterol levels
• Diabetes risk
• Bone density as a risk for possible osteoporosis
• Kidney and thyroid function, and more
Screenings are affordable, convenient
and accessible for wheelchairs and those
with trouble walking. Free parking is also
Packages start at $149, but consultants
will work with you to create a package that
is right for you based on your age and risk
factors. Also ask about our Wellness Gold
Membership Program with allows customers
to get all the screenings they need now, but
pay $19.95 a month. Call 1-877-237-1287
or visit our website at www.lifelinescreening.
com. Pre-registration is required.
Screenings in Kansas are performed by Life
Line Screening of America, LLS on behalf
of Life Line Screening Physicians, P.A. In
Texas: Physician authorization is required. A
Life Line Screening affiliated physician will
provide authorization for you if you qualify.
Screenings in California are provided by Life
Line Mobile Screening.
6150 Oak Tree Blvd. Suite 200, Independence,
Ohio 44131 • Phone: 216-581-6556 •
Fax: 216-581-9611 • www.lifelinescreening.com
– Provided by Joelle Reizes
Imperial Highway Street Resurfacing:
Weekends of Sept. 8, 15 and 22
Los Angeles Bureau of Street Services will
resurface westbound and eastbound Imperial High-
way, between Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) and
Vista del Mar, over three weekends in September:
Saturday, Sept. 8/Sunday, Sept. 9
-- Closed: All westbound lanes from Sepulveda
Boulevard to Main Street.
-- Closed: Interstate 105 exit to westbound
-- Open: All eastbound lanes.
Saturday, Sept. 15/Sunday, Sept. 16
-- Closed: All westbound lanes from Main
Street to Vista del Mar.
-- Open: All eastbound lanes.
Saturday, Sept. 22/Sunday, Sept. 23
• Closed: All eastbound lanes from Vista del
Mar to Sepulveda Boulevard.
• Restricted: Eastbound Interstate 105 entrance
from Imperial Highway will be inaccessible
Open: All westbound lanes.
Detour signs and Changeable Message
signs will be posted to inform drivers about
the Imperial Highway closure and to have
them use Rosecrans and/or Grand as alternate
routes. There may be additional vehicular
traffic in the city during the work, so please
be cautious and patient with other drivers who
may not be familiar with local roadways.
– Source: City of El Segundo
GPS III Space Vehicle 01 “Vespucci”
Arrives in Florida
The U.S. Air Force’s Space and Missile
Systems Center (SMC) Global Positioning
Systems (GPS) Directorate achieved a major
program milestone Aug. 21, successfully
delivering the first GPS III satellite to Cape
Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida to begin
The satellite, dubbed “Vespucci” in honor
of Amerigo Vespucci, the Italian explorer
for whom the Americas were named, was
transported in a custom container from the
Lockheed Martin factory facility in Waterton,
Colorado to the Space Coast Regional
Airport in Titusville, Florida, by a C-17
Globemaster III originating from Joint Base
Lewis-McChord, Washington. The transportation
crew consisted of both contractor
and government personnel who oversaw the
entire operation to ensure that conditions of
the transport environment would not damage
any of the satellite’s sensitive components.
The delivery of Satellite Vehicle 01 (SV01)
starts the clock for final testing and checkout
of the space vehicle prior to launch. The
satellite will be processed at the Astrotech
Space Operations Florida facility. A government
and contractor team will ensure
the integrity of the satellite after shipment
by performing a Mission Readiness Test to
verify the health and safety of the vehicle,
as well as communication compatibility
with the ground operations center. The team
will then prepare for propellant loading and
encapsulate the satellite in its protective fairing.
At the completion of these activities,
the satellite will be headed for a first of its
kind horizontal integration with the SpaceX
Falcon 9 launch vehicle.
The modernized GPS III SV01 is slated
to launch in December. It will augment the
current constellation of 31 operational GPS
– Content: Abridged from
LAAFB Press Release
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