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June 19, 2008
Polytechnic High graduation The Pasadena campus of Polytechnic High School honors La Cañada Flintridge graduates Philip Hall-Partyka , who will be attending Wesleyan University; Haley Malchione , who will attend Yale University; Benji Logan , who will be attending Northwestern University; and Simmons Borchert , who will be attending Bates College. Commencement remarks were delivered by Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook.com . Polytechnic School held its 101st commencement June 5 in Pasadena.
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By Ruth Longoria | November 13, 2008
Filing began this week — and will continue through 5 p.m., Dec. 5 — for two open seats on the La Cañada Flintridge City Council. The election is scheduled for March 3, 2009. The two full term (four-year) open seats are currently occupied by Mayor Stephen A. Del Guercio and Councilman David A. Spence, both of whom have indicated they intend to run for re-election. “I have a campaign committee and a campaign treasurer all lined up, and we’re ready to roll,” said Spence, who added that he doesn’t take anything for granted in an election, despite his popularity within the community.
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By Tiffany Kelly | August 7, 2013
Alice Spence, a mother who took an active role in community affairs and was the wife of La Cañada Flintridge City Councilman Dave Spence, has died. She was 75. She died on Thursday, Aug. 1 at an assisted-living facility in La Cañada near the house where they raised a family, her husband confirmed. She had suffered from dementia for many years. The couple met at Ohio Wesleyan University in the 1950s and moved to this city in 1969. They often appeared together at community events, volunteering their time to local efforts and earning the shared distinction of "La Cañadans of the Year" in 1994.
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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,?
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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. ?
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By by ruth longoria valley sun | December 11, 2008
It looks like there will be an election March 3 to fill two open seats on the La Cañada Flintridge City Council. The filing deadline was last Friday and four candidates were confirmed Wednesday after each application and corresponding paperwork ? including each candidate?s specified number of submitted signatures from registered voters ? was verified by Los Angeles County. Incumbents David Spence and Stephen A. Del Guercio both filed to declare their candidacy, as did new council candidates Robert Richter and Vance Haemmerle.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | February 20, 2013
Dave Spence has sat behind the City Council dais for more than 20 years. At 75, he is the oldest elected official in the city, with five terms as mayor under his belt. Spence says his breadth of experience will help the council maintain the city's independent, small-town feel. Valley Sun: How would you improve traffic flow in the downtown area? Would you support installing one or more parking structures in the area? Spence: Since the approval of the Downtown Village Specific Plan, the Sport Chalet corporate headquarters development and other significant developments in and along Foothill Boulevard, the public works and traffic commission, along with our traffic engineer and public works director, constantly review proposals to improve traffic flow in the downtown area.
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June 19, 2008
Polytechnic High graduation The Pasadena campus of Polytechnic High School honors La Cañada Flintridge graduates Philip Hall-Partyka , who will be attending Wesleyan University; Haley Malchione , who will attend Yale University; Benji Logan , who will be attending Northwestern University; and Simmons Borchert , who will be attending Bates College. Commencement remarks were delivered by Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook.com . Polytechnic School held its 101st commencement June 5 in Pasadena.
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