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Mayoral Candidate Jacque Robinson’s Runoff Campaign Rally Features Appearance by Councilmember Steve Madison

Vice Mayor Jacque Robinson (green dress) is shown interacting with supporters at a March 28, 2015 rally to kickoff her runoff campaign in her race against opponent Councilmember Terry Tornek for Mayor of Pasadena. Vice Mayor Jacque Robinson kicked off her runoff campaign in the 2015 race for Mayor of Pasadena with a rally Saturday at her campaign headquarters located at 1199 North Lake Avenue.…

Rep. Chu Statement on GOP Budget

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives passed a Republican budget plan by a party line vote of 228-199. The budget plan repeals the Affordable Care Act, makes cuts to SNAP, Medicare, and Pell Grants. Rep.…

Assemblymember Gatto to Hold Townhall in Pasadena City College

California State Assemblymember Mike Gatto (D-43rd District) will be holding a townhall event on April 2 at Pasadena City College’s Harbeson Hall. Gatto, who has represented his district since June of 2010, will be discussing…

Rep. Chu Condemns Allegations of Racism in Troubled Army Unit

Last week, the Army Times reported allegations of a practice in which soldiers were given a “free pass” to use racial slurs in a battalion that belongs to the 25th Infantry Division’s 1st Stryker Brigade…

Stewards for Public Land Sues City Over Lower Arroyo Archery Range

Stewards for Public Land today announced that the organization has filed a lawsuit against the City of Pasadena challenging the recent approval of a proposal for the Lower Arroyo Archery Range that grants the Pasadena…

Government Events

Monday, March 30 - 7:00 pm State Route 710 North Forum

Sunday, April 19 - 2:00 pm Discussion About Upcoming April 21 Runoff

Friday, April 24 - 8:00 am Options 32nd Anuual Policymakers Breakfast

Saturday, April 25

Mayor Bogaard Appreciation Day Set for April 25 at Pasadena City Hall

All of Pasadena (and beyond) is invited to join in a free celebration honoring Mayor Bill Bogaard for his 16 years of dedicated service as…

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Assembly Majority Leader Chris Holden’s Reacts to CALTRANS “Unprecedented” 710 Freeway Decision

Assemblymember Chris Holden (D-Pasadena) reacted yesterday to the extension of the public comment period for the 710-freeway draft environmental impact report: “I am pleased that the Department of Transportation has agreed to extend public comment period for the 710-North draft environmental impact report to 120 days. Since last April I have been working in conjunction with my constituents and local governments in my district to urge Caltrans to extend the public comment period to 120 days. This unprecedented action on the part of the Department of Transportation reflects not only the complexity of this project but the long and complicated…

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