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By Megan O'Neil | November 6, 2008
Despite a dismal report from the U.S. Census Bureau indicating dropping sales numbers and flagging consumer confidence nationwide, members of the greater Crescenta-Cañada business community remain confident about the local economy. The report, released Oct. 15, showed national retail sales in September were down 1.2% from the month before, and were down 1.4% from September 2007. The numbers for October won’t be released until Nov. 14, but analysts are predicting sales will continue to drop even as the holiday season approaches.
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By Anita Brenner | August 19, 2010
Ever since the July public health report revealed that La Cañada Flintridge has the longest life expectancy in the region, I’ve been worried. I worry because a long life means more taxes. I worry because more taxes will raise the price of Dodger tickets. I worry because the Dodgers will always break your heart. My longevity-enhanced mind races through the possible scenarios to rescue the city of Bell and the Dodgers. Perhaps a complaint-in-intervention in the McCourt divorce, by season ticket holders, to urge a quick sale to Mark Cuban or Eli Broad?
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By Megan O'Neil | November 6, 2008
Despite a dismal report from the U.S. Census Bureau indicating dropping sales numbers and flagging consumer confidence nationwide, members of the greater Crescenta-Cañada business community remain confident about the local economy. The report, released Oct. 15, showed national retail sales in September were down 1.2% from the month before, and were down 1.4% from September 2007. The numbers for October won’t be released until Nov. 14, but analysts are predicting sales will continue to drop even as the holiday season approaches.
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