Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Supersized 10 West Walnut, Largest Mixed-Use Project in Pasadena’s History, Struggles to Meet Local Hiring Goals

Five months after beginning construction, the massive 6.4 acre 10 West Walnut project is not close to achieving either of its agreed-upon 20 percent local hiring or 15 percent local sourcing goals.

Pasadena’s 2020 City Council Election Takes Shape

Three incumbents, including Mayor Terry Tornek, and four newcomers have said they intend to enter races for the City Council and the Mayor’s chair in the March election, while one incumbent announced she won’t rerun.

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