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By Ruth Longoria | November 20, 2008
Area artists and designers of all ages have a chance to see their creation on the cover of the coming year?s La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce Business Directory ? and not only that, there are some terrific prizes that go along with the honor. The LCF Chamber decided this year to have its first community-wide contest to decide the cover of the directory. ?It?s a community directory so we thought, why not let the community design it?? said LCF Chamber President and CEO Pat Anderson.
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By Charles Cooper | April 5, 2007
The Hahamogna Annex advisory committee will meet April 19 at 6:30 p.m. at the Salvation Army in Pasadena to discuss plans for the 30-acre parcel located between La Cañada Flintridge and Pasadena. The city of Pasadena has been working on a master plan for the property since a series of community design sessions last year. The meeting generally endorsed a continuation of the equestrian users on the site along with establishment of a forest/ecology center. The master plan was expected to come to the council before this, but Pasadena officials said discussions are continuing with the main equestrian tenant, Rose Bowl Riders, of which several La Cañadans are members.
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By Ruth Longoria | July 31, 2008
He?s being hailed as a hero. Eagle Scout Daniel Jessee?s swift actions to waken his family, call 911 and help hose down a backyard tree fire the night of June 27, may have prevented a disastrous wildfire from affecting his neighborhood, his mother said. Jessee, 15, a junior at La Cañada High School, is this week?s Valley Sun All-Star. John Marshall, assistant scoutmaster and Eagle Scout advisor for Troop No. 502, said that Jessee is a ?really fine young guy.? Marshall has known and worked with Jessee for about five years.
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November 12, 2009
Letters to the Editor Two LCF trash haulers keep the costs down Re: “City Council talks trash haulers,” Valley Sun, Nov. 5. La Cañada’s trash service is working just fine. Let’s not try to fix something that’s not broken. Having two companies competing keeps the cost down and the customers happy. La Cañada entering into a contract with a single trash pickup company is too “shenanigan tempting” — it could lead to offers to city decision makers of “all expense paid” fact-finding junkets to “study” trash hauling in, say, Paris by a company seeking an exclusive contract.
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By Charles Cooper | July 13, 2006
La Cañada Properties' Town Center project survived a bumpy five hour meeting at the La Cañada Flintridge Planning Commission Tuesday night, but remains on target for consideration Monday before the City Council. La Cañada officials were clearly ready for a major session before the commission Tuesday; both city attorneys were on hand, along with the city manager. Mayor Greg Brown showed up late in the evening. Neighbors of the proposed shopping center who were frustrated over a previous commission meeting in which public comment was delayed until nearly 10 p.m. had their chance for an earlier forum Tuesday, and made the most of it. Nearly all of the public comment came from residents in the neighborhood immediately east of the project, and they expressed concern about noise, traffic and parking from the commercial center.
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By Ruth Longoria | November 20, 2008
Area artists and designers of all ages have a chance to see their creation on the cover of the coming year?s La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce Business Directory ? and not only that, there are some terrific prizes that go along with the honor. The LCF Chamber decided this year to have its first community-wide contest to decide the cover of the directory. ?It?s a community directory so we thought, why not let the community design it?? said LCF Chamber President and CEO Pat Anderson.
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