On Tuesday, La Cañada staffers and city council members recognized the contributions of Kevin Chun who, after serving for eight years as director of administrative services, leaves this week to take a position as assistant city manager in Paramount.
In city governance, as in life, there are no such things as quick fixes.
Customers of the Valley Water Co., which serves homes in La Cañada Flintridge, used 28% less water in the month of August compared to the same month in 2013, the agency reported in a release Monday.
The La Cañada Flintridge Planning Commission officially welcomed Tuesday a new addition to the city staff, Deputy Director of Community Development Susan Koleda.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Monday, introduced by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Glendale), that will create a “Revocable Transfer on Death Deed,” which could save millions of households from paying probate and attorney’s fees.
City officials introduced an ordinance to the La Cañada Flintridge City Council Tuesday that establishes a framework for the creation of development agreements that would allow the city to enter mutually beneficial contracts with private developers over select projects.
Representatives from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works took a special trip to the La Cañada area this week to document the recent removal of approximately 1,500 cubic yards of sediment from near Devil's Gate Dam.
La Cañada businesses selling alcohol for consumption off site may now do so until 2 a.m., after an earlier City Council ruling cutting off sales at midnight was repealed Tuesday for being deemed inappropriate in a recent judicial ruling.
A 1-mile stretch of Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta is poised for a new median in an aim to beautify a commercial stretch of the community.
Shoppers at the La Cañada Ralphs grocery store will soon be able to partake in free alcohol tastings, after the Planning Commission approved last week a permit allowing samples of beer, wine and spirits to be served on the premises.
The sediment-laden Devil's Gate Dam reservoir will likely weather the strong El Niño storms forecast for fall and winter and should be ready for a five-year sediment removal project scheduled to start this spring, county Public Works officials reported.
When a USC graduate program in public administration put out a call for projects students could address, the city of La Cañada Flintridge answered. The result was a series of parks-related suggestions that will be implemented in coming months, particularly at heavily used Memorial Park.
The San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments recently removed the 710 Freeway tunnel from a list of projects first in line for funding should a new transportation sales tax should be passed by L.A. County voters in 2016.
When Philippe Hartley got a notice from Southern California Edison in June that his Flanders Road home would go dark while a nearby power pole was replaced, he figured there was nothing he could do.
California High-Speed Rail Authority officials said this week they plan to propose to Bob Hope Airport officials that the state agency purchase the nearly 60-acre “B6 parcel” — also known as the “Opportunity Site” — north of the airfield’s terminal, an...
While many teens returned to La Cañada High School Wednesday full of tales about fun summer plans and trips, only senior Doug Williams could boast of having drafted citywide regulations that could become law.
Stump speeches are common in politics, but this weekend when longtime Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced he’s running for California state Senate in 2016, he made what might be called a bumper speech.
Taking advantage of the national buzz that’s recently formed around marriage equality and Olympian Bruce Jenner’s transformation into Caitlyn Jenner, the La Cañada Flintridge Youth Council is in the process of organizing a local event to benefit homeless LGBTQ youth.
The opportunity for the public to comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact on the SR-710 North will end Wednesday, closing a five-month comment window.
Several Jarvis Avenue neighbors of the family of the late Army Staff Sgt. Scott Studenmund turned out for the Planning Commission meeting Tuesday night to support his mother Jaynie’s variance request to build a 25-foot flagpole in his honor on their property.
The La Cañada Flintridge City Council discussed Tuesday increasing the cap on property tax reductions guaranteed by the Mills Act, a state incentives program designed to encourage the restoration and preservation of historic, privately owned properties.
Water use among customers in Foothill Municipal Water District’s service area dropped to the lowest level in more than 21 years, according to a release issued Tuesday by the retail water agency.
Putting to bed long-standing issues over an Inverness Drive home city staff says was not constructed in compliance with city mandates, La Cañada Flintridge City Council members ruled Tuesday the project does substantially conform to previously approved plans.
If George Lucas were to make a movie about this, you could call it “Attack on the Drones.”