Monday morning report, April 4

Five things to know this Monday morning: 

1.) Green Olive restaurant is now hiring for their second location at the promenade. 

On-the-spot interviews will be held this Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at its Promenade location. Bring a resume. 

Positions are available for hostesses, bartenders, servers and kitchen staff.


2.) Downey Federal Credit Union wants you to tell them -- in 50 words or less -- what you love best about Downey. Chosen comments will appear in the credit union's annual report. 


3.) In this video, realtor Dorothy Pemberton gives a tour of the new Floor & Decor store at the Promenade. 


4.) Tickets are on sale for the second annual Downey Police & Fire Foundation awards luncheon, taking place April 19 at 11:30 a.m. at the Rio Hondo Event Center. 

Capt. Frank Culhno is the fire department's selection for the Brian Wolf Memorial Firefighter of the Year award. The police department has not publicly announced its nominee yet.

For tickets or sponsorship info, call Yvonne Blumberg at (562) 904-2301. Deadline is April 12.


5.) A 53-year-old Downey man was arrested last week, accused of being part of a "multinational criminal organization responsible for smuggling hundreds of millions of dollars worth of Chinese-made wearing apparel into the U.S. through the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach."