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Week in Review: Top Pasadena Stories of The Week

Published on Saturday, February 10, 2024 | 6:13 am
 

The Editors of Pasadena Now go through over 100 articles published this week on our site and cull the top 20 most newsworthy, informative, and readable.

Top Stories:

Pasadena Water and Power General Manager Sidney Jackson Leaving Utility for Minnesota Job

Graduate Researchers And Postdocs at Caltech Vote Yes on Forming Union

Police Oversight Commissioners Propose Police Monitor With Expanded Role

Police Oversight Commission Makes Plans for Community Forums on Pretextual Traffic Stops

Proposal Seeks to Limit Pasadena Mayor and Councilmembers’ Terms to Three Consecutive Four-Year Terms

Locals Want Campaign Finance Limits on Charter Reform

Mostly Sunny But Quite Cold Weather Moves Into Pasadena

Mayor Gordo to Address Pasadena’s Future in 2024 State of the City Event

JPL to Lay Off 530 Workers; Notifications Expected Wednesday

Storm Begins to Wane, Will Move Out Tonight – But Rain Will Linger

Pasadena Unified School District Issues Statement on Canceling Jefferson Elementary Lease Agreement With City

Pasadena Bad Weather Shelter Stayed Open Around the Clock

Police Chief Harris Highlights Modernization, Diversification, Responding to Community Needs in Year-End Review

Record-Setting Storm Continues Soaking Southland; Pasadena Suffers Little Damage

City Meets in Closed Session to Discuss PUSD Board Decision to Evict City From Jefferson Elementary School

Council Approves Public Hearings Dates For Sewer Use And Refuse Collection Fees

Pasadena Gets Nearly A Month’s Worth of Rain in 24 Hours, County Declares State of Emergency

District 2 Race Heats up as Cole’s Past Takes Center Stage

Late Councilmember Kennedy’s Name on Pasadena Pool

Robinson Park Recreation Center Public Art Project to Share Spotlight at 42nd Annual Black History Festival in Pasadena

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