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More Buses, Increased Penalties for Violating Tree Protection Ordinance All on Tap Tuesday

Pasadena’s Municipal Services Committee will deliberate Tuesday, February 28, on three measures that it will likely recommend next month for formal adoption and approval. At its regular meeting Tuesday, the committee will finalize a recommendation to adopt energy efficiency and demand reduction goals covering the years 2018 to 2027, which are necessary for the City to be able to comply with state requirements. The other…

JPL Offers Download Poster of New Exoplanet Discovery

Credit NASA-JPL/Caltech Scientists working at the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center (IPAC) at Caltech in Pasadena were part of an international science team that recently discovered the first known system of seven Earth-size planets around…

City’s Finance Committee Looks at Distributing $1.5 Million in Funding Remaining After Projects’ Completions

The Pasadena City Council’s Finance/Audit Committee will deliberate Monday on a proposal from the City’s Finance Department to adopt the City of Pasadena Debt Policy, a set of rules that will govern issuance of any…

Week Starts Cold and Wet, But Finishes Basking Under Sunny Skies

Pasadena residents are predicted to wake up to a wet Monday with showers possibly continuing through the afternoon. But the National Weather Service says the showers “will end over most of the area late Monday…

Parking Regulations on City Council Agenda for Monday

The Pasadena City Council is set to pass Monday an ordinance that will update parking regulations in the City, specifically on the operation of parking meters. The ordinance, which goes through second reading Monday, will…

Monday, February 27

Free February Events at Pasadena Senior Center

There is something for everyone in February at the Pasadena Senior Center, 85 E. Holly St. You do not have to be a member to…

Wednesday, March 01

City Announces Community Meetings on Budget, Short-Term Rentals

City officials announced three upcoming community meetings on the City’s budget and a special workshop session on regulating short-term rentals in the City. There will…

Wednesday, March 01

Newcomers and Friends of San Gabriel Valley Invites Local Residents to March Events

Arcadia and Pasadena, California. Are you interested in meeting new people, making new friends, exploring well-known landmarks, and enjoying new activities? Newcomers and Friends of…

Wednesday, March 01

Larry Mantle Hosts Voter Cram Session on Measure S and H

KPCC AirTalk host Larry Mantle leads another voter cram session on Wednesday, March 1, focused on the primary nominating election on March 7 and the…

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Larry Mantle Hosts Voter Cram Session on Measures S and H

Larry Mantle, Photo from Southern California Public Radio Website KPCC AirTalk host Larry Mantle leads another voter cram session on Wednesday, March 1, focused on the primary nominating election on March 7 and the general election on May 16, at the Crawford Family Forum in Pasadena. Los Angeles voters must decide on two measures related to homelessness. One of them, Measure S, would require development project approval that may affect housing for the homeless and county-wide. Measure H, the other measure, would implement a quarter-cent sales tax to fund homeless services. On the voter cram session, proponents, opponents and experts…

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