By David Mark Simpson
There's been a lot of rumblings about fault lines in Santa Monica recently.
The Los Angeles Times identified four Santa Monica buildings that may sit on top of a fault. City officials responded, saying they are confident that the buildings are located near but not on the fault.
State Sen. Ted Lieu (D-Santa Monica) sent a letter to State Senate leader Darrell Steinberg, asking for more cash to be allocated for fault mapping.