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February 3, 2014
More than 12,800 vote-by-mail booklets are being sent this week to voters within the La Cañada Unified School District by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk for the March 4 parcel tax election . If approved, Measure LC will authorize the LCUSD to levy a $450 parcel tax for seven years. In 2009 a five-year, $150 parcel tax was approved by voters; it sunsets in June. Residents in the local school district who register to vote by the Feb. 17 deadline will receive a sample ballot booklet for the mail-in vote.
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By Nancy Turner | May 27, 2010
Q . With the election coming up, I am concerned about being able to vote. I do enjoy going to the polls to cast my vote, but sometimes I'm just not up to it. What are my options? — Jackie, La Cañada Y ou have a number of options available to you. First, you can apply for a vote-by-mail ballot. You may have done this in the past when you knew you would be out of town on election day. Now any registered voter who wishes to can apply for "permanent vote-by-mail ballot status."
FEATURES
October 9, 2008
Q. With the presidential election coming up, I am concerned about being able to vote. I do enjoy going to the polls to cast my vote, but sometimes I am just not up to it. What are my options? With the presidential election coming up, I am concerned about being able to vote. I do enjoy going to the polls to cast my vote, but sometimes I am just not up to it. What are my options? Jackie, La Cañada ? You have a number of options available to you. First, you can apply for an absentee ballot.
NEWS
February 14, 2014
Voters in the La Cañada Unified School District have until Monday, Feb. 17, to register for the special parcel tax election that takes place March. 4, according to Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean C. Logan.  Measure LC is a seven-year, $450 parcel tax. The current $150 parcel tax sunsets in June.  As this is a vote by mail election, residents within the district who register to vote by Monday's deadline will receive a sample ballot booklet and ballot that must be returned by March 4. Multilingual assistance can be received by calling (800)
NEWS
August 2, 2007
With less than two weeks remaining in the filing period, only two individuals have formally declared their candidacy in the upcoming La Cañada Unified School District Governing Board election. The Nov. 6 election is to fill the expiring seats of two of the five-member board, Jinny Dalbeck and Cindy Wilcox. Longtime school board member Dalbeck announced late last month that she will not seek another term. Wilcox is seeking reelection. She will be joined on the ballot by former school board member Jeanne Broberg.
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Nancy Turney | June 3, 2010
Q . What accommodations are made at the polling place for voters with disabilities? Sharon, La Cañada In addition to permanent absentee ballots, and in compliance with federal and state law, the following services are provided to voters with disabilities: • Accessible polling places. The international symbol of access is used on the sample ballot booklet to identify accessible polling places. • Wheelchair-accessible voting booths at all Los Angeles County polling places.
NEWS
March 4, 2014
Ballots are due Tuesday in the mail-in election for the La Cañada Unified School District special parcel tax . Measure LC is a seven-year, $450 parcel tax. It must receive a two-thirds vote to pass. Voters can drop off ballots until 8 p.m. Tuesday at La Cañada Flintridge City Hall, 1327 Foothill Blvd., or at the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk headquarters, 12400 Imperial Hwy., 3rd floor, Room 3002, Norwalk. Multilingual election assistance is available in Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Hindi, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai or Vietnamese and can be accessed by calling (800)
NEWS
March 14, 2014
La Cañada Unified School District's Measure LC parcel tax has officially passed , garnering 68.12% of the vote, according to certified results released Friday by the office of the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk. The official election canvass period, beginning March 6 and ending Friday, verified and tallied all 5,621 ballots received. About 43% of all eligible registered voters participated in the election, the agency reported.  Parcel owners will now pay an annual $450 per parcel for a seven-year period, raising as much as $2.7 million for LCUSD schools.
NEWS
By Jake Armstrong | October 21, 2004
Incorrect locations of polling places listed in legal notices for the November election could send some voters to sites where no polls exist, the Valley Sun has learned. At least two sites listed in election notices from the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk's Office gave wrong locations for polling places in La Cañada Flintridge, including one address that will not have voting booths on Nov. 2. In election notices published in this newspaper this week and last, the precinct at which Pasadena resident William Hyland was to serve as an inspector, 1003 Vista Del Valle Road, is not being used as a polling place.
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NEWS
February 3, 2014
More than 12,800 vote-by-mail booklets are being sent this week to voters within the La Cañada Unified School District by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk for the March 4 parcel tax election . If approved, Measure LC will authorize the LCUSD to levy a $450 parcel tax for seven years. In 2009 a five-year, $150 parcel tax was approved by voters; it sunsets in June. Residents in the local school district who register to vote by the Feb. 17 deadline will receive a sample ballot booklet for the mail-in vote.
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By Nancy Turner | May 27, 2010
Q . With the election coming up, I am concerned about being able to vote. I do enjoy going to the polls to cast my vote, but sometimes I'm just not up to it. What are my options? — Jackie, La Cañada Y ou have a number of options available to you. First, you can apply for a vote-by-mail ballot. You may have done this in the past when you knew you would be out of town on election day. Now any registered voter who wishes to can apply for "permanent vote-by-mail ballot status."
FEATURES
October 9, 2008
Q. With the presidential election coming up, I am concerned about being able to vote. I do enjoy going to the polls to cast my vote, but sometimes I am just not up to it. What are my options? With the presidential election coming up, I am concerned about being able to vote. I do enjoy going to the polls to cast my vote, but sometimes I am just not up to it. What are my options? Jackie, La Cañada ? You have a number of options available to you. First, you can apply for an absentee ballot.
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