Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Non-Binding Tally Shows Majority of Councilmembers Favor Adopting State Election Cycle

Following a long meeting which ran past midnight Monday evening, an informal “straw poll” by the Pasadena City Council revealed the body will likely not challenge the California Attorney General’s opinion that Pasadena should change its election cycles to match State and Federal elections.

Fire Burns Near Mt. Wilson Observatory, Communication Towers This Morning

A very visible reminder of this year’s vicious fire season will linger north of Pasadena today as a currently small, slow-moving 10-acre wildfire burns near the Mt. Wilson Observatory today in the Los Angeles National Forest.

Portantino’s SR 710 Rent Freeze Bill Signed by Governor Brown
Caltech-Led Teams Strike Cosmic Gold

Caltech-Led Teams Strike Cosmic Gold

Monday, October 16, 2017 | 7:51 am

Fire Department Report Concludes Though No Seismic Retrofits Needed, Six of Eight City Fire Stations Do Not Meet Current Building Codes
Major Architectural Firm HDR Pulls Out of Pasadena

Major Architectural Firm HDR Pulls Out of Pasadena

Monday, October 16, 2017 | 7:50 pm

City Announces Tax Hike for Property Owners to Pay for Mosquito Abatement
Progressive Discussion Group Will Hear Affordable Housing Panel This Friday
Free Flu Vaccine Clinic This Wednesday

Free Flu Vaccine Clinic This Wednesday

Monday, October 16, 2017 | 4:58 pm

Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center Present “How Will the Holocaust Be Remembered?” Event with Dr. Michael Berenbaum
Five Acres Campaigns, Digitally, to Raise Awareness for Foster Care, Adoption
Contemporary Paintings by Jimi Martinez, with Special Art Book Sale, Featured at Saturday Arts Crawl