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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…

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…

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…

Popular Co-op Nursery School Battles Caltrans to Remain In Its Home of 31 Years

A popular Pasadena nursery school is locked in a battle with Caltrans over the house it has leased from them since 1985, following recent reports of the discovery of lead-based paint on the property in…

After Years in the Making, Glenarm Power Plant Is Officially Switched On

Dozens of City staff, elected officials and community members gathered at the brand new Glenarm Power Plant Friday to witness the state of the art technology be switched on — a $137 million installation that…

Government Events

Monday, February 27 - 8:00 am 2nd Annual Read Across PASadena

Thursday, March 02 - 6:00 pm Councilmember John J. Kennedy Community Meeting

Thursday, March 09 - 6:30 pm Rose Bowl Operating Company Board Meeting

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

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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Life in the New Era: ACLU Panel Discusses “Civil Liberties Under Trump”

With the new presidential administration now a month old and its effects creating waves of protests across the country, the monthly ACLU SoCal Pasadena/Foothills Chapter LA Progressive Forum took up the question of “Civil Liberties Under Trump,” featuring a panel of activists, organizers and ACLU members Tuesday evening. “This is a nation in crisis,” said Sharon Kyle, law professor and ACLU SoCal National Board Representative, capturing the mood of the evening. “This is not a time to be asleep.” Kyle added, in addressing the notion of civil liberties versus civil rights, “Our liberties come from the Bill of Rights, and…

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