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May 29, 2008
POLLS ARE OPEN FROM 7 A.M. TO 8 P.M. ON TUESDAY ? La Cañada Flintridge locations: ? 50001A. Fire Station 19, 1729 Foothill Blvd, engine room. 50004A. Lutheran Church in the Foothills, 1700 Foothill Blvd., fellowship hall, orange table. 50012A. La Cañada Flintridge Country Club, 5800 Godbey Drive, dining room, orange table. 50013A. Foothill Municipal Water District, 4636 Hampton Road, board room. 50016A. La Cañada Flintridge Library, 4545 Oakwood Avenue, Clarke Room, green table.
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Nancy Turney | June 3, 2010
Q . What accommodations are made at the polling place for voters with disabilities? Sharon, La Cañada In addition to permanent absentee ballots, and in compliance with federal and state law, the following services are provided to voters with disabilities: • Accessible polling places. The international symbol of access is used on the sample ballot booklet to identify accessible polling places. • Wheelchair-accessible voting booths at all Los Angeles County polling places.
FEATURES
October 16, 2008
Q. What accommodations are provided at polling place for voters with disabilities? What accommodations are provided at polling place for voters with disabilities? ? In addition to permanent absentee ballots, and in compliance with federal and state law, the following services are provided to voters with disabilities: ?Accessible polling places. The international symbol of access is used on the sample ballot booklet to identify accessible polling places. ?Wheelchair accessible voting booths at all Los Angeles County polling places.
NEWS
By Charles Cooper | October 30, 2008
As many as 800,000 L.A. County residents may vote by mail in this general election, according to the registrar-recorder. What used to be called absentee ballots are now officially votes cast by mail, in a name change approved by the Legislature; and the abundance of ballots cast this way is being reflected across the country. According to some estimates, up to 10% of voters may vote early in states where that is allowed. Traditionalists can still go to the polls on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., and be served by a small army of 25,000 registrar employees.
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March 16, 2011
Lutheran Church in the Foothills (Yellow Table) 1700 Foothill Blvd. BALLOTS CAST: 928 TURNOUT: 33% Olhasso: 596 Voss: 454 Davitt: 399 Kamar: 539 Hill: 142 Richter: 139 Harris: 128   Lutheran Church in the Foothills (Green Table) 1700 Foothill Blvd. BALLOTS CAST: 953 TURNOUT: 28.8% Olhasso: 539 Voss: 383 Davitt: 424 Kamar: 483 Hill: 184 Richter: 212 Harris: 174   La Cañada Presbyterian Church 626 Foothill Blvd.
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By Jake Armstrong | October 21, 2004
Incorrect locations of polling places listed in legal notices for the November election could send some voters to sites where no polls exist, the Valley Sun has learned. At least two sites listed in election notices from the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk's Office gave wrong locations for polling places in La Cañada Flintridge, including one address that will not have voting booths on Nov. 2. In election notices published in this newspaper this week and last, the precinct at which Pasadena resident William Hyland was to serve as an inspector, 1003 Vista Del Valle Road, is not being used as a polling place.
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By Jake Armstrong | March 3, 2005
Voters in La Cañada Flintridge will head to the polls next week to fill two seats on the city council for the next four years. Challenger Bob Burlison and incumbent Councilmen Steve Del Guercio and Dave Spence are the three candidates in the March 8 contest. In a departure from contentious council races of years past, this season's campaigns did not devolve into negative attacks. Additional-ly, the candidates had campaigns that rallied around many of the same issues, including public safety and sewers.
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By Jake Armstrong | March 10, 2005
Voters handed incumbents resounding victories Tuesday in the La Cañada Flintridge City Council election. Councilmen Steve Del Guercio and Dave Spence reeled in more than twice as many votes as challenger Bob Burlison. According to unofficial results, Del Guercio was the top vote-getter in the contest with 2,572 votes. "I'm deeply humbled and appreciative of the vote of confidence the community has given to both myself and Dave. I'm just going to work as hard as I can to earn that confidence and support over the next four years and build on the positive progress we've made as a community," Del Guercio said.
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By Megan O’Neil | November 4, 2009
Local voters made a statement of affirmation at the polls Tuesday, turning out in higher-than-average numbers to reelect La Cañada Unified School District Governing Board incumbents Joel Peterson, Susan Boyd and Scott Tracy. Geoffrey Baum, Pasadena City College board of trustee member, Area 1, was also reelected. Finishing first in the election was Tracy, who took 1,687 votes, or 22%. He was followed by Boyd with 21%, Joel Peterson with 20%, and challengers Neal Millard with 16%, Dave Wilcox with 9% and Ernest Koeppen with 9%. Voter participation was strong with 61%, or 7,597 voters, turning out at the five polling places in La Cañada to cast their ballots.
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March 16, 2011
Lutheran Church in the Foothills (Yellow Table) 1700 Foothill Blvd. BALLOTS CAST: 928 TURNOUT: 33% Olhasso: 596 Voss: 454 Davitt: 399 Kamar: 539 Hill: 142 Richter: 139 Harris: 128   Lutheran Church in the Foothills (Green Table) 1700 Foothill Blvd. BALLOTS CAST: 953 TURNOUT: 28.8% Olhasso: 539 Voss: 383 Davitt: 424 Kamar: 483 Hill: 184 Richter: 212 Harris: 174   La Cañada Presbyterian Church 626 Foothill Blvd.
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Nancy Turney | June 3, 2010
Q . What accommodations are made at the polling place for voters with disabilities? Sharon, La Cañada In addition to permanent absentee ballots, and in compliance with federal and state law, the following services are provided to voters with disabilities: • Accessible polling places. The international symbol of access is used on the sample ballot booklet to identify accessible polling places. • Wheelchair-accessible voting booths at all Los Angeles County polling places.
NEWS
By Charles Cooper | October 30, 2008
As many as 800,000 L.A. County residents may vote by mail in this general election, according to the registrar-recorder. What used to be called absentee ballots are now officially votes cast by mail, in a name change approved by the Legislature; and the abundance of ballots cast this way is being reflected across the country. According to some estimates, up to 10% of voters may vote early in states where that is allowed. Traditionalists can still go to the polls on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., and be served by a small army of 25,000 registrar employees.
FEATURES
October 16, 2008
Q. What accommodations are provided at polling place for voters with disabilities? What accommodations are provided at polling place for voters with disabilities? ? In addition to permanent absentee ballots, and in compliance with federal and state law, the following services are provided to voters with disabilities: ?Accessible polling places. The international symbol of access is used on the sample ballot booklet to identify accessible polling places. ?Wheelchair accessible voting booths at all Los Angeles County polling places.
NEWS
May 29, 2008
POLLS ARE OPEN FROM 7 A.M. TO 8 P.M. ON TUESDAY ? La Cañada Flintridge locations: ? 50001A. Fire Station 19, 1729 Foothill Blvd, engine room. 50004A. Lutheran Church in the Foothills, 1700 Foothill Blvd., fellowship hall, orange table. 50012A. La Cañada Flintridge Country Club, 5800 Godbey Drive, dining room, orange table. 50013A. Foothill Municipal Water District, 4636 Hampton Road, board room. 50016A. La Cañada Flintridge Library, 4545 Oakwood Avenue, Clarke Room, green table.
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