Manhattan Beach Boulevard street parking temporarily suspended

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Manhattan Beach Boulevard street parking temporarily suspended

Construction workers use an excavator to dig into part of the sidewalk on Manhattan Beach Boulevard on Wednesday, Nov. 6 as part of a plan to fix the area. The street will have a parking closure until Monday, Nov. 18 and extends from the south side of Manhattan Beach Boulevard between the Dominguez Channel and Crenshaw Boulevard. Fernando Haro/The Union

Construction workers use an excavator to dig into part of the sidewalk on Manhattan Beach Boulevard on Wednesday, Nov. 6 as part of a plan to fix the area. The street will have a parking closure until Monday, Nov. 18 and extends from the south side of Manhattan Beach Boulevard between the Dominguez Channel and Crenshaw Boulevard. Fernando Haro/The Union

Construction workers use an excavator to dig into part of the sidewalk on Manhattan Beach Boulevard on Wednesday, Nov. 6 as part of a plan to fix the area. The street will have a parking closure until Monday, Nov. 18 and extends from the south side of Manhattan Beach Boulevard between the Dominguez Channel and Crenshaw Boulevard. Fernando Haro/The Union

Construction workers use an excavator to dig into part of the sidewalk on Manhattan Beach Boulevard on Wednesday, Nov. 6 as part of a plan to fix the area. The street will have a parking closure until Monday, Nov. 18 and extends from the south side of Manhattan Beach Boulevard between the Dominguez Channel and Crenshaw Boulevard. Fernando Haro/The Union

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On-street parking will be temporarily suspended on a portion of Manhattan Beach Boulevard according to an email sent to students and faculty by El Camino College administrators on Friday, Nov. 1.

The closure will last until Wednesday, Nov. 27 and extends from the south side of Manhattan Beach Boulevard between the Dominguez Channel and Crenshaw Boulevard.

The reason for the closure is due to portions of fractured asphalt from a pine tree’s roots, according to the email.

ECC parking has been recently impacted by filming by HBO and by Sony Pictures Studios when two separate TV show series episodes were filmed on campus.

Editor’s Note: This article was updated with new dates on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 5:10 p.m. 

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