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November 29, 2007
Water rate increase unfair to big families The Crescenta Valley Water District Board of Directors is holding a public forum Dec. 4 to discuss a water rate increase. As in the past, the staff will propose a tiered water rate structure, which will unfairly penalize households with families of more than four members and people with larger than average properties. At past forums, members of the CVWD Board have called customers who use more than the minimum baseline of water “water wasters.
April 13, 2006
This adorable little girl was found with a fractured pelvis on Jan. 24 and has been in recovery every since. With TLC from our vet staff, she has regained almost full use of both her back legs ? you can't hardly tell she was ever injured. She needs to be an indoor-only kitty so she can live out the rest of her eight lives in a loving, safe home. She is now in the clinic. She was 3-months-old when first found and is now 6-months-old. See her web video at in the Pets Of The Week section.
October 29, 2009
LCF Fall Mixer Potluck Nov. 14 The La Cañada Newcomers Club , open to new area residents as well as longtime La Cañadans who would like to meet new neighbors and make new friends, will host a Fall Mixer potluck dinner party at the home of Vacit and Sheila Arat on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m. Guests bring a food item and beverage to share. Upon RSVP the address for the event and what food item to bring (appetizer, entrée or dessert) will be replied to you. Reservations are due by Nov. 10 and can be made via e-mail to lcfnewcomers@yahoo.
By Gene Pepper | January 11, 2012
The entertainment industry has focused lately on adorable animals in adorable movies, cute dogs in cute children's books (and books for grown-ups, too) and funny chipmunks everywhere. I have seen some very appealing animals myself during a recent trip to the Pasadena chapter of the Humane Society and SPCA. Ricky Whitman, vice president of community relations (responsible for the outreach activities in the San Gabriel Valley) gave me the tour. I was struck by the extraordinary love extended to all the animals by the staff.
By Mary O’Keefe | May 8, 2008
On Sunday during a ceremony at Lanterman Auditorium, 40 local Girl Scouts received the Gold Award, the highest honor awarded in the Girl Scout program. For many of the teens it was the pinnacle of community service that began when they first put on their Daisy Scout blue apron as a kindergartner. To receive the Gold Award, girls must choose a philanthropic project that fulfills the need within their community, rather global or local, and creates a change. They must plan the project, contact the agency or agencies involved and follow through with logistics and organization.
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