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By Melanie Hicken | February 4, 2010
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority on Jan. 28 approved an $11.5-million consulting contract to secure public private partnerships to help finance a number of projects, including the controversial underground extension of the Long Beach (710) Freeway. Under the contract, IntraConsult LLC will study the potential for partnerships and develop business plans for six projects, including the High Desert rail corridor, which would link Antelope Valley to Apple Valley and the proposed Westside subway extension.
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March 19, 2014
People often ask me how La Cañada schools do it. The answer has always seemed obvious: No one understands the school/community partnership better than La Cañada. We take very seriously our collective ownership of the education of the city's children, and we demonstrated this - once again - with the successful passage of Measure LC . California's persistent underfunding of public schools is an outrage, and new funding formulas put La Cañada on track to be one of the five lowest-funded districts in California - the 49th lowest funded state in the nation.
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By Lynn Duvall Valley Sun | August 30, 2007
Before joining the La Cañada Unified School District six years ago, Wendy Sinnette made her career in private school education. Now, at the start of her third year as principal of La Cañada High School 7/8, Sinnette said she finds public education a ?fabulous? environment. ? Q: What are the challenges of middle school education? A: This is a distinct age group. They arrive as adolescents, but many of their responses are of those of elementary-age children.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 28, 2006
Since the formation of their strategic partnership in 2004, the American Film Market and AFI FEST presented by Audi have grown to become the largest gathering of film industry professionals in North America. Registration is running well ahead of last November's events and organizers predict that turnout for this year will easily top the 2005 attendance of more than 9,000 individuals who worked in all facets of the motion picture industry from 70 countries. The AFM is set for Nov. 1-8 in Santa Monica and the AFI FEST will take place Nov. 1-12 in Hollywood.
NEWS
November 23, 2011
In the spirit of the Thanksgiving season, The Hillside School and Learning Center would like to thank and recognize the community for its support for “summer school choice.” The parents and students have made a strong statement that options for summer school is a necessary part for the educational advancement of the community's students. We would also like to acknowledge the community's part in seeking tutors and additional educational programs provided by outside agencies in conjunction with the excellent La Cañada school system to supplement their child's education.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph, joyce.rudolph@latimes.com | March 24, 2011
Veterans and those new to yoga gathered Sunday to unite in the fight against lung cancer and breathe as one. The inaugural Free to Breathe Yogathon at Descanso Gardens raised funds for the National Lung Cancer Partnership to support research, education and awareness programs. As yoga places its focus on breath, organizers said it was the perfect choice for the event because lung cancer robs its victims of the ability to breathe. Many of those rolling out their yoga mats in Van de Kamp Hall were co-workers of event organizer Stephanie Gatschet of Burbank and star of daytime drama “All My Children.” Others attending were fans of the show and people Gatschet has met through her affiliation with the partnership.
SPORTS
August 25, 2005
The CIF and MaxPreps.com have signed a two-year sponsorship agreement in which the internet site becomes a contributing partner for CIF Section, Regional and State Championship events as well as an official licensee for action photography of CIF Championship playoffs. The CIF and its 10 sections will benefit from this partnership, which will run from Aug. 1, 2005 to July 31, 2007, by being provided top quality action photographs of student-athletes for use in publications and web sites.
NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | August 14, 2009
An area south of Foothill Boulevard could see about 80 new oak trees in coming months, if approved for a government matching grant applied for last month by the city of La Cañada Flintridge from the Local Government Match Program Tree Partnership. The tree partnership is partnering with South Coast Air Quality Management District to improve air quality by planting trees in cities across the region. ?The primary goal of the tree partnership is to assist cities and counties within the South Coast Air Basin to provide additional tree planting within their communities, educational facilities or other public land areas controlled by the city or county,?
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March 19, 2014
People often ask me how La Cañada schools do it. The answer has always seemed obvious: No one understands the school/community partnership better than La Cañada. We take very seriously our collective ownership of the education of the city's children, and we demonstrated this - once again - with the successful passage of Measure LC . California's persistent underfunding of public schools is an outrage, and new funding formulas put La Cañada on track to be one of the five lowest-funded districts in California - the 49th lowest funded state in the nation.
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NEWS
By Melanie Hicken | February 4, 2010
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority on Jan. 28 approved an $11.5-million consulting contract to secure public private partnerships to help finance a number of projects, including the controversial underground extension of the Long Beach (710) Freeway. Under the contract, IntraConsult LLC will study the potential for partnerships and develop business plans for six projects, including the High Desert rail corridor, which would link Antelope Valley to Apple Valley and the proposed Westside subway extension.
NEWS
By Lynn Duvall Valley Sun | August 30, 2007
Before joining the La Cañada Unified School District six years ago, Wendy Sinnette made her career in private school education. Now, at the start of her third year as principal of La Cañada High School 7/8, Sinnette said she finds public education a ?fabulous? environment. ? Q: What are the challenges of middle school education? A: This is a distinct age group. They arrive as adolescents, but many of their responses are of those of elementary-age children.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 28, 2006
Since the formation of their strategic partnership in 2004, the American Film Market and AFI FEST presented by Audi have grown to become the largest gathering of film industry professionals in North America. Registration is running well ahead of last November's events and organizers predict that turnout for this year will easily top the 2005 attendance of more than 9,000 individuals who worked in all facets of the motion picture industry from 70 countries. The AFM is set for Nov. 1-8 in Santa Monica and the AFI FEST will take place Nov. 1-12 in Hollywood.
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