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South Pasadena City Council Meets With LA County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich at City Golf Course

Inset: Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich The South Pasadena City Council will host Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich for a breakfast meeting on Wednesday, August 19, 2015, at the Arroyo Seco Golf Course, 1055 Lohman Lane, South Pasadena, starting at 8:00 a.m. This is one of the periodically scheduled Special City Council Meetings between the Supervisor and the South Pasadena City…

Phlunte’ Riddle’s State Senate Campaign Receives John W. Mack’s Endorsement

John W. Mack, longtime civil rights leader, has endorsed Phlunte’ Riddle for the State Senate, District 25, the Riddle campaign announced today. “Phlunte’ Riddle has broken barriers as a police officer, educator, and small businesswoman,”…

Rep. Chu to Honor Community Leaders in the 27th Congressional District

On Saturday, August 1, 2015, Congresswoman Judy Chu will honor outstanding and diverse business people, volunteers, educators and non-profit organizations in the San Gabriel Valley at her 6th Annual DiverCities Congressional Awards Ceremony. DiverCities is…

Candidates, Library Tax Measure Slated for South Pasadena City Council Election in November 2015

South Pasadena City Councilmembers Marina Khubesrian, M.D., Richard D. Schneider, M.D., and Mayor Robert Joe filed last week to run for re-election in the General Municipal Election to be held on November 3, 2015. South…

City Crews Begin Three and a Half Month Long Project to Replace 100-Year-old Pipe Under North Lake Avenue

City construction teams start work on replacing a 100-year-old, eight-inch water main along a one-mile stretch of Lake Avenue Monday in a project which will last over three and a half months and likely increase…

Saturday, August 08

Save the Date for Assemblymember Holden’s Annual Block Party and Community Resource Fair

Assemblymember Chris Holden invites residents of the 41st Assembly District to his annual block party. The event will be held on Saturday, August 8, 2015,…

Wednesday, August 19

Free Housing Workshop Explores Housing Discrimination, Landlord-Tenant Rights Issues

A free “Fair Housing Workshop” designed to present information perfect for landlords and tenants hosted by the City of Pasadena and the Housing Rights Center…

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Pasadena Targets Recyclable Scavengers with Get-Tougher Ordinance

The City will bolster the anti-scavenging law after a discussion at City Council on Monday to target the theft of recyclables at Rose Bowl events and large-scale curbside scavenging operations. Scavenging has grown into a business often involving multiple individuals working together to collect entire truckloads of material according to a city report. Recyclables placed into homeowner’s bins and collected at Rose Bowl events become city property that helps reduce the cost of waste pick up for all residents according to City Manager Michael Beck. Councilmember John Kennedy said he was concerned about who the revision of the ordinance was…

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