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Mira Costa Pony Baseball 1401 Artesia Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA90266 Mira Costa Pony Baseball is an organization offering structured recreational youth baseball leagues for kids in first…More grade through high school. The leagues are divided by age and skill level into Pony, Bronco, Mustang, Pinto and Shetland groups. The main season is in the springtime and consists of practices and official games on designated regulation fields. The league helps players develop skills and promotes sportsmanship, teamwork and wholesome community recreation.
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The Community Development Department provides "one stop operation" services and personnel for residents to secure the…More necessary permits for construction and other private property activities. The department reviews all private development proposals, issues building and other related permits, and conducts special studies to prepare ordinances related to land use and building regulations. Laurie Jester is the acting department director and she can be reached at 310-802-5510 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.</p>
<p>Community Development is made up of the following divisions:</p>
<p>The Planning Division is responsible for reviewing project proposals for compliance with the General Plan, zoning ordinances and the Local Coastal Program. Staff serves the Planning Commission by providing reports and detailed analysis for projects subject to discretionary review. The division also drafts comprehensive studies, regional planning, municipal code and General Plan amendments.</p>
<p><b>Building and Safety</b></p>
<p>The Building and Safety Division is tasked with the following:</p>
<li>Determining if a permit is required</li>
<li>Issuing building permits</li>
<li>Enforcing code to ensure compliance with local and state regulations</li>
<p><b>Code Enforcement and Residential Construction</b></p>
<p>This division has two enforcement officers and their duties are to ensure compliance with local and state mandated regulations related to building construction, private property maintenance and property rehabilitation.</p>
<p>The city's Code Enforcement Officer is Jacqueline Harris, whose primary duties include resolving issues surrounding zoning, property maintenance, illegal dwelling units, trash container and sign violations. She also makes bi-annual visits to local businesses to educate on, address, and resolve sign, outdoor merchandise, and waste management issues. Her number is 310-802-5538.</p>
<p>Rick Larson is the city's Residential Construction Officer, who primarily acts as a liaison between neighbors and builders to resolve construction impact issues. This includes meetings at the beginning of construction with neighbors and builders as well as patrol for potential problems at construction sites. The number to call is 310-802-5506.</p>
<p>The Traffic Engineering Division oversees the management of traffic and land use-related activities involving public property. It handles requests and complaints from residents, conducts traffic and parking studies, and implements traffic control measures such as red curbs, stop signs, loading zones, and restrictive parking signs.</p>
<p>The division is also responsible for coordinating the city's Staff Traffic Committee and providing staff support to the Parking & Public Improvements Commission, which acts as an advisory board to the City Council.</p>
<p>For more information, contact the Traffic Division Management Analyst Nhung Madrid at 310-802-5540.</p>
The Human Resources Department is responsible for employee-labor relations, classification, compensation, recruitment…More and selection, training and development. The department also oversees the city's risk management and safety programs.</p>
<p>Cathy Hanson is the department director and her office is located on the first floor of City Hall.</p>
<p>Human Resources assists in recruiting, developing and managing the city's workforce. The administration division provides support services to the city's full time and part-time employees in areas such as interpretation of rules, regulations and policies, as well as Equal Employment Opportunity and Americans with Disabilities Act compliance.</p>
<p>The purpose of the Human Resources Risk Management program is to protect city resources by minimizing risks and stabilizing insurance costs in a manner that preserves assets and protects against random/accident loss.</p>
<p>Christine Tomikawa is the current risk manager and she can be reached at 310-802-5256.</p>
<p>The risk manager conducts annual safety inspections of city-owned properties and facilities and reviews all accidents involving city employees. Safety programs and employee orientations are provided to minimize exposure to risk and lawsuits.</p>