Tuesday morning report, June 16

Five things to know this Tuesday morning: 

Photo courtesy Kirk Cartozian

Photo courtesy Kirk Cartozian

1.) Tesla Motors visited Downey High School yesterday, and brought a couple of cars for students to examine. 

"Thank you to [Tesla regional service manager] Michael Ojaghian for coming to DHS today and presenting to the students in the auto-tech facility," Kirk Cartozian wrote on Facebook. "This drone took a picture of us with the students. Mr. Tony Mendez, Mr. Glenn Yamasaki and DHS Principal Tom Houts were especially hospitable. And Michael was extremely impressed with our students and our school. We are hoping to establish a Tesla-DHS internship program later this year."


2.) City of Downey has several job openings in an array of fields. Click here to browse and apply. 

A new In-N-Out at 10900 Alondra Blvd. in Cerritos (next to Cerritos College) also is hiring. Apply on-site. Thanks Alicia Edquist for the head's up.


3.) Warren High's football program would like to remind you there are only 81 days until their season opener. Instagram


4.) The Downey Association of Realtors' second quarter magazine is now available online. 


5.) Mayor Pro Tem Alex Saab has posted an easy-to-understand guide to water conservation regulations in Downey. Facebook