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May 14, 2009
Letters to the Editor Please fax support for ACH truck ban Dear Fellow La Cañada Residents: I am a La Cañada Girl Scout working to make sure a new law to permanently ban trucks on Angeles Crest Highway will get passed. The ban will prevent the same accident from continuing to happen in La Cañada — where trucks lose their brakes coming over Angeles Crest and crash into the busy intersection of Foothill Boulevard where Angeles Crest Highway ends. We presently have only a 90-day ban that will expire in July.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | April 18, 2012
Attorneys argued Monday that it was either religious intolerance or workplace incompetence that drove systems administrator David Coppedge from a post at Jet Propulsion Laboratory last year. Monday's arguments capped a five-week trial in Coppedge's lawsuit against the NASA lab in La Cañada Flintridge, in which he claimed he was removed from his job in 2011 because of his advocacy of the theory of intelligent design of the universe. “This is a series of retaliation - a series of subtly damaging injuries all starting from David's reaction” to discriminatory actions taken by supervisors, said William Becker, Coppedge's attorney.
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By Joe Puglia | September 29, 2012
Icollect quotes. I use them often, mostly as an adjunct to my own intellectual dilemmas. I also use them to help navigate many of the thoughts I write. Recently I have tried to wade through the complexities of the Middle East, relative to the brutal attack on the American embassy in Benghazi, Libya. Seeking the counsel of words that I recorded more than 30 years ago, I found the following quote: “For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.” I don't know who said it, but it wasn't me. However, these thoughts provoke clarity where there is none.
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May 14, 2009
Letters to the Editor Please fax support for ACH truck ban Dear Fellow La Cañada Residents: I am a La Cañada Girl Scout working to make sure a new law to permanently ban trucks on Angeles Crest Highway will get passed. The ban will prevent the same accident from continuing to happen in La Cañada — where trucks lose their brakes coming over Angeles Crest and crash into the busy intersection of Foothill Boulevard where Angeles Crest Highway ends. We presently have only a 90-day ban that will expire in July.
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