Some got their Citizen ... others will Thurs., Fri.

Collage from Maggie Laton.

To our readers: Because of ice storm conditions Wednesday, many readers will experience delays in the delivery of the print edition of The Citizen for Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014.

Depending on road conditions, we expect to resume home delivery Thursday by midday. Some routes may be delayed until Friday morning.

The photo collage by Maggie Layton shows that some papers did get out early Wednesday.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this extraordinary weather event.

— Cal Beverly, publisher

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Delivery of The Citizen

I haven't seen the paper in my driveway in over 6 months. Gee Cal, was it something I did or blogged about?

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Cy & Citizen Delivery

It's all that upgrading you did to your Chateau--they don't recognize your abode anymore!

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Hey Gym - mi casa

All that's left is the master bath and carpeting. Next is the landscaping which well be done piecemeal as the money will have dried up by then. I'm sure getting tired of going to Lowe's or Home Depot.

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I couldn't believe it! Did you feel the earthquake? My poor neighbor felt it and thought the end was coming! Looking forward to the sun tomorrow.

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Hey Davids mom

Nope, didn't know anything about it until turned on the local news channel. Wow, 4.1 and shallow. That’s Impressive for out here.

BTW, did you know that the Fox Hills in Culver City is the western terminus of the Newport-Inglewood fault line?

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No! Where in LA are you not close to a fault ? Lived for over 30 years near the San Andreas ! What we felt last night was a shakey roll and then a 'bump'. Thank heavens, felt no oftershocks. Miss the explanations of Cal Tech. At least here, you get a warning of a storm! LOL

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Remember all those oil derricks on Signal Hill, Baldwin Hills and Huntington Beach and everywhere else in the LA basin back in the 40's and 50's'? Those were all built on or very near to fault lines.

The picture below is of Signal Hill from years ago. Notice how the oil derricks follow in somewhat of a line. That line of derricks follows the the Newport-Inglewood fault line.

http://newikis.com/en/commons_File:Signal_Oil_Field_aerial_1930.jpg.html

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Fascinating picture! Thanks for sharing.