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By Mary O'Keefe | April 24, 2008
Travis Cena at first thought that law enforcement was his calling but shortly after joining the Glendale Police Department something just didn’t gel. “I love the police department,” Cena said. “They do such a wonderful job in the community.” But Cena felt that God was calling him for something different. A graduate of Crescenta Valley High School, Cena joined the military and then made the natural progression law enforcement. “I served in Iraq for five months,” he said.
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September 18, 2013
Ten Years Ago The City Council approved its long-awaited wireless communications facility ordinance which, among other things, required that property owners within a 400-foot radius of a proposed microcell facility site would receive notice that such an installation was under consideration. The law was the product of about two years of study and recommendations by a committee. Twenty Years Ago Following months of study and discussion, the La Cañada school board in September 1993 approved the curriculum developed by the science department at La Cañada High School for teaching the prevention of Human Immuno-deficiency (HIV)
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By Mary O'Keefe | April 24, 2008
Travis Cena at first thought that law enforcement was his calling but shortly after joining the Glendale Police Department something just didn’t gel. “I love the police department,” Cena said. “They do such a wonderful job in the community.” But Cena felt that God was calling him for something different. A graduate of Crescenta Valley High School, Cena joined the military and then made the natural progression law enforcement. “I served in Iraq for five months,” he said.
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