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By Charles Cooper | February 26, 2009
La Cañada Flintridge so far is having a slightly less severe dose of economic flu than many other cities and counties in California, according to a report Monday to the City Council. Finance Director Dan Jordan recommended a net decrease in the budget for this year of $464,000, to $10.89 million. The numbers represent an $826,000 decrease in revenue projections, plus an estimated $362,000 increase in revenue, coming mostly from higher property tax collections and $111,800 in additional expenditures.
NEWS
August 18, 2005
by Geghard Arakelian The number of fatal collisions in the Angeles Crest Highway have been going down throughout the years according to a California Highway Patrol official. For the first six-months of 2003 there were six fatalities on Angeles Crest Highway. In 2004, during the same six-month period, there were four fatal accidents that took place in the highway. As of this year there were two fatal accidents, said Capt. Vince Bell, a spokesperson of the CHP. "They [fatal accidents]
NEWS
By Joe Piasecki, joe.piasecki@latimes.com | January 5, 2011
The number of major crimes committed in La Cañada Flintridge fell last year by more than 11% compared to 2009, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department records. Incidents regarded by deputies as major, or "Part One," crimes include murder, rape, arson, aggravated assault, robbery, burglary and auto and other thefts. Because the city experiences only a small number of violent crimes each year, improvements came primarily through reductions in property crimes, said Capt.
NEWS
By Sara Cardine | March 20, 2013
A small crowd assembled Tuesday night at City Hall to talk frankly about the stresses and difficulties today's teenagers face and what can be done to prevent depression, substance abuse and suicide. But while attendance was low, the conversation generated among the teens and adults who turned out was honest and bore much insight about how to improve the spirits and well-being of area youth. The panel discussion, sponsored by the La Cañada Flintridge Youth Council and co-sponsored by the Public Safety Commission and the Community Prevention Council, follows the March 1 death of Campbell Taylor, a La Cañada High School senior who committed suicide on campus.
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By Geghard Arakelian | December 29, 2005
Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station officials say that crimes in La Cañada Flintridge have shown a decrease this year while crimes in La Crescenta have been on the rise. Part 1 crimes, which encompass crimes against person (homicide, rape, aggravated assaults) and crimes against property (robbery, burglary, auto theft, arson and other theft) have gone down by about 25 percent. "Basically, crimes have gone down overall just under 25 percent as far as Part 1 crimes go. In some categories, because there are very few crimes, we go zero to one and show a 100 percent increase and vice versa," said Lt. Joe Efflandt, of the C.V Sheriff's Station.
NEWS
April 22, 2010
Letters to the Editor Allow Sagebrush students to attend La Cañada schools After reading about the Allen Bill, which allows La Cañada workers not residing within the city of La Cañada Flintridge to enroll their children in La Cañada schools without requiring a release from the students’ losing district, I found myself asking a few simple questions. The La Cañada school administration has acknowledged that the Allen Bill will directly benefit La Cañada schools due to a projected decrease in enrollment without the passage of this bill.
NEWS
January 6, 2005
Whether Angeles Crest and Angeles Forest highways are open has been changing almost daily as recent storms drop snow on mountain roadways. Angeles Forest Highway was closed to Palmdale Dec. 31, and AFH was closed Tuesday, said California Highway Patrol Officer Vince Bell. It was open Wednesday but remains icy. "If anybody's going up there, they need to be careful," he said. Angeles Crest Highway was open to mile marker 55, at about 6,000 feet above sea level Wednesday, which Bell said is where the California Department of Transportation had plowed.
NEWS
By Ralph Saenz | October 21, 2004
There was a time when the salary was the most important thing about a job. In the last several years, with the rising cost of health care, the health benefits package is now just as important, or in some cases more important, than the salary. It is more than a month into the 2004-2005 school year and the La Cañada Unified School District and its approximately 200 teachers have yet to work out a new contract. Part of the negotiations involve the employee health care benefits.
NEWS
June 7, 2007
Sport Chalet, Inc., today announced the results for its fourth quarter and fiscal year ending April 1, 2007. Fourth Quarter Results Sales increased 9.1% to $97.8 million from $89.7 million in the fourth quarter last year, which included sales from five stores opened in fiscal 2007 and one store opened in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2006 contributing $8 million. Comparable store sales on a same day basis decreased 1.0% ; however, this was more than offset by $1.3 million in additional sales from one extra day being reflected in our 2007 results.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 10, 2008
To appear thinner, it is not necessary to diet. With an education on how to dress slim, you can visually lose ten to 20 pounds. ?The correct colors and makeup direct the attention to the face and off the body. ?Vertical pinstripes and seams, in proportion to bone structure, lengthen and slim body. ?Smooth, rather than knobby fabrics decrease weight. ?Dark colors on problem areas deemphasize the weight on the body. ?Short legs?Key belt color the same as slacks.
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By Sara Cardine | March 20, 2013
A small crowd assembled Tuesday night at City Hall to talk frankly about the stresses and difficulties today's teenagers face and what can be done to prevent depression, substance abuse and suicide. But while attendance was low, the conversation generated among the teens and adults who turned out was honest and bore much insight about how to improve the spirits and well-being of area youth. The panel discussion, sponsored by the La Cañada Flintridge Youth Council and co-sponsored by the Public Safety Commission and the Community Prevention Council, follows the March 1 death of Campbell Taylor, a La Cañada High School senior who committed suicide on campus.
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By Joe Piasecki, joe.piasecki@latimes.com | January 5, 2011
The number of major crimes committed in La Cañada Flintridge fell last year by more than 11% compared to 2009, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department records. Incidents regarded by deputies as major, or "Part One," crimes include murder, rape, arson, aggravated assault, robbery, burglary and auto and other thefts. Because the city experiences only a small number of violent crimes each year, improvements came primarily through reductions in property crimes, said Capt.
NEWS
By Charles Cooper | February 26, 2009
La Cañada Flintridge so far is having a slightly less severe dose of economic flu than many other cities and counties in California, according to a report Monday to the City Council. Finance Director Dan Jordan recommended a net decrease in the budget for this year of $464,000, to $10.89 million. The numbers represent an $826,000 decrease in revenue projections, plus an estimated $362,000 increase in revenue, coming mostly from higher property tax collections and $111,800 in additional expenditures.
NEWS
August 18, 2005
by Geghard Arakelian The number of fatal collisions in the Angeles Crest Highway have been going down throughout the years according to a California Highway Patrol official. For the first six-months of 2003 there were six fatalities on Angeles Crest Highway. In 2004, during the same six-month period, there were four fatal accidents that took place in the highway. As of this year there were two fatal accidents, said Capt. Vince Bell, a spokesperson of the CHP. "They [fatal accidents]
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