Monday's Scoop: City Council Swearing In, Book Signings and Rain

The election results will be certified Monday evening and the chance of precipitation is 70 percent.

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There was plenty to discuss this week in West Hollywood with the final vote count on Monday, two medical marijuana dispensaries raided Tuesday afternoon, and a plume stemming from the nuclear disaster in Japan reaching Southern California on Friday. And then there was the 2011 Honda Los Angeles Marathon on Sunday. Get caught up on headlines from the past week .

WeHo Weather: Rain, Rain, Go Away

Sunday—the first day of spring—saw a late-winter storm strike the Southland, causing flooding, downed trees, electrical outages and hypothermia during the . The gloomy weather persists. The week will begin with showers and possibly a thunderstorm, the National Weather Service reports. Temperatures will reach 61 and drop to around 49. 

The award-winning market in 's north parking lot features organic and farm fresh fruits, fish, vegetables, baked goods, flowers and crepes between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. For more information, contact the Recreation Division at 323-848-6502, and for picks from Patch's resident food critic, David De Bacco, .

City Council Regular Meeting

The election results will be certified at the at auditorium at 6:30 p.m. John D’Amico, John Heilman, and Abbe Land will be elected as members of the City Council to a full term of four years and ballot Measure A, regarding the Tax Billboard Act, will be declared not adopted nor ratified. Read the full agenda here.

Book Signings at

Two signings—professor/author Lisa Catherine Harper with "A Double Life: Discovering Motherhood'' and Cristina Nehring with "A Vindication of Love: Reclaiming Romance for the 21st Century"—will take place at 7 p.m. Call 310-659-3684 for more information.

 is offering half off all bottles of wine as part of its Wine Discovery Night. The contemporary California restaurant offers pizza, pasta, salads, sandwiches and more. For more information, call 323-852-6888. 


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