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By Charles Cooper | July 12, 2007
La Cañada Flintridge Mayor Dave Spence is optimistic about the future for the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments, over which he will preside for the coming year. "I think we're in better shape now than we have been for the past year and a half," Spence said of the regional government group, which has survived some major governance and financial issues. The COG includes some 31 cities and three seats for county supervisors with substantial unincorporated areas in the county, Mike Antonovich, Don Knabe and Gloria Molina.
NEWS
October 27, 2005
The Vincent T. Lombardi Award will be presented by the San Gabriel Valley Council of Boy Scouts of America to Gary Beban, former UCLA quarterback and 1967 Heisman Trophy Award recipient, on Oct. 27 at The Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel & Spa in Pasadena. The event will begin with a reception at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and the program at 7 p.m. The award will be presented the San Gabriel Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America, and dinner chairman R. Todd Doney, vice chairman, CB Richard Ellis, Inc., and vice president, developmentm for the San Gabriel Valley Council.
NEWS
December 28, 2005
Boy Scouts of Troop 555 sponsored by Delphi Academy are helping Santa and Sport Chalet gift wrapping your gifts every day through Christmas Eve. This is the eight year Troop 555 has been asked to coordinate with Sport Chalet to offer free gift wrapping to Sport Chalet customers. The scouts are fulfilling there community service hours. They will wrap the smallest item to the larger items, like bicycles and snowboards. Money received as donations with help sponsor some of the upcoming activities for 2006 such as Joshua Tree Rock Climbing, Sailing, White Water Rafting, Camp Cherry Valley and other high adventure experiences.
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By Ruth Longoria | June 18, 2009
The prospect of a Long Beach (710) Freeway tunnel dumping many more trucks and other vehicles onto the Foothill (210) Freeway and into city streets is a daunting consideration for many residents of La Cañada and its surrounding area. It also has caused headaches for the city of La Cañada Flintridge, which earlier this year filed a lawsuit against Metro challenging use of Measure R funding for a project that has not yet been studied to comply with the California Environmental Quality Act. So, it?
FEATURES
February 9, 2006
Huntington Hospital has added a new member and one returning member to its board of directors, Suzanne Crowell, former mayor of San Marino and John C. Siciliano, president and CEO of BKF Capital Group, Inc. (NYSE:BKF), respectively. Crowell is currently a City of San Marino legislative liaison and has been an active lobbyist in both Sacramento and Washington DC. "Suzy's presence and extensive municipal experience will be a tremendous addition to our board," said Stephen A. Ralph, Huntington's president and CEO. Crowell served as vice mayor of San Marino from 1988-1990 and became the city's mayor for a two-year term in 1990.
NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | February 19, 2009
Few La Cañadans know little about City Council Candidate David A. Spence. Spence is one of two incumbent council members running to retain a seat on the council. Spence last year completed his fourth term as mayor of La Cañada Flintridge. He has been on the council since 1992. Spence said he has a passion for knowing what is happening in his community and beyond. ?We all bring a certain benefit to the council; experience and the relationships I?ve built are part of what I bring to the council,?
NEWS
By Mary O’Keefe | June 19, 2008
On Friday, the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments held a summit to discuss the impact of gangs on communities. The meeting gathered together representatives from across the San Gabriel Valley to explore possible programs that would help change the cycle of gang membership and violence. La Cañada council member Dave Spence is president of the Council of Governments. He joined other leaders in commending those who work to solve the issue and to those on the front line that battle gang influence.
NEWS
May 6, 2010
Letters to the Editor Wants answers on 710 abstention I am on the mayor’s ad hoc committee to promote safe driving in La Cañada. I have taken this commitment seriously and spent many hours in service promoting safe streets in our city. Last year, at the mayor’s request, many of us on the committee expanded our involvement to include actions opposing the 710 Freeway tunnel project, which could have a potentially devastating effect on our local environment.
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May 6, 2010
Letters to the Editor Wants answers on 710 abstention I am on the mayor’s ad hoc committee to promote safe driving in La Cañada. I have taken this commitment seriously and spent many hours in service promoting safe streets in our city. Last year, at the mayor’s request, many of us on the committee expanded our involvement to include actions opposing the 710 Freeway tunnel project, which could have a potentially devastating effect on our local environment.
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NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | June 18, 2009
The prospect of a Long Beach (710) Freeway tunnel dumping many more trucks and other vehicles onto the Foothill (210) Freeway and into city streets is a daunting consideration for many residents of La Cañada and its surrounding area. It also has caused headaches for the city of La Cañada Flintridge, which earlier this year filed a lawsuit against Metro challenging use of Measure R funding for a project that has not yet been studied to comply with the California Environmental Quality Act. So, it?
NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | February 19, 2009
Few La Cañadans know little about City Council Candidate David A. Spence. Spence is one of two incumbent council members running to retain a seat on the council. Spence last year completed his fourth term as mayor of La Cañada Flintridge. He has been on the council since 1992. Spence said he has a passion for knowing what is happening in his community and beyond. ?We all bring a certain benefit to the council; experience and the relationships I?ve built are part of what I bring to the council,?
NEWS
By Mary O’Keefe | June 19, 2008
On Friday, the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments held a summit to discuss the impact of gangs on communities. The meeting gathered together representatives from across the San Gabriel Valley to explore possible programs that would help change the cycle of gang membership and violence. La Cañada council member Dave Spence is president of the Council of Governments. He joined other leaders in commending those who work to solve the issue and to those on the front line that battle gang influence.
FEATURES
April 24, 2008
‘Wind Under Their Wings’ Brunch The Women of Eagle Scouts of the San Gabriel Valley Council of Boy Scouts of America sponsors Wind Under Their Wings Brunch honoring the mothers, daughters, sisters, and women behind the Eagle scouts. The brunch will feature speaker KABC cameraman, Bruce Weiner and scouts from the San Gabriel Valley. The event is Saturday, May 3, at 10:30 a.m. at the Langham Huntington Hotel and Spa, Pasadena. Cost is $75 per person and includes the program, brunch, and favors.
NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | March 13, 2008
Whether you call him Mr. Mayor, Dave, or ?Johnny Poppyseed,? La Cañada Mayor David Spence has made a lasting impact as top dog in this town. Spence?s most recent year-long service as mayor ends this month when the City Council elects its new annual leader, a service each council member essentially takes a turn performing. This is Spence?s fourth term as mayor, his first was in 1994. If all goes as expected for the revolving change of leadership, the council will elect Mayor Pro Tem Stephen A. Del Guercio to that role on March 17. ?
NEWS
By Charles Cooper | July 12, 2007
La Cañada Flintridge Mayor Dave Spence is optimistic about the future for the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments, over which he will preside for the coming year. "I think we're in better shape now than we have been for the past year and a half," Spence said of the regional government group, which has survived some major governance and financial issues. The COG includes some 31 cities and three seats for county supervisors with substantial unincorporated areas in the county, Mike Antonovich, Don Knabe and Gloria Molina.
FEATURES
February 9, 2006
Huntington Hospital has added a new member and one returning member to its board of directors, Suzanne Crowell, former mayor of San Marino and John C. Siciliano, president and CEO of BKF Capital Group, Inc. (NYSE:BKF), respectively. Crowell is currently a City of San Marino legislative liaison and has been an active lobbyist in both Sacramento and Washington DC. "Suzy's presence and extensive municipal experience will be a tremendous addition to our board," said Stephen A. Ralph, Huntington's president and CEO. Crowell served as vice mayor of San Marino from 1988-1990 and became the city's mayor for a two-year term in 1990.
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