San Fernando Valley roundup: Mountain lion spotted, Los Angeles prepares for tax increases

Good morning, readers. Today is Thursday, November 1. A mountain lion was spotted in Glendale on Wednesday, but officials say there's nothing to worry about.

Still, they remind residents to know what to do if they come in contact with the animal. Glendale News-Press

Two Valley residents face drug charges after police raided a pot shop, reports the Contra Costa Times.

A "bug bomb" blew out a window in a Reseda apartment Wednesday, reports the Daily News.

The Los Angeles City Council is preparing for four tax increases. One councilman says he hopes only one of them ends up on the March ballot. L.A. Times

-- Tiffany Kelly, Times Community News

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