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In anticipation of the next City Council hearing on a proposal to ban plastic bags with handles (to be held on Monday, May 6 at 7 p.m.) I have a few questions for Trent Sanders and Bill Osburn who wrote to the Valley Sun in opposition to the ban. Sanders...
Ten Years Ago A petition was circulating in the Rancho area near La Caņada High School by residents who wanted the city to install speed bumps along Alminar Avenue to calm traffic there. Twenty Years Ago Pat Nolan (R-Glendale), who served La Caņada...
Tags: Schools, Organized Crime, High Schools, FBI, William Shakespeare
Marcos Costa, the big-rig truck driver convicted of manslaughter in a 2009 fatal crash in La Caņada Flintridge, has dropped his appeal, according to his attorney. Costa, 46, was sentenced in 2011 to seven years and four months in prison. Palmdale...
Tags: Google Inc., Murder
On Nov. 23, 1989, Arizona drug dealer Eric Owen Mann shot and killed two men who came to his home to purchase cocaine. He was subsequently convicted and sentenced to die. On Nov. 7, nearly 23 years after the crime, 40 La Caņada High School 7/8 history...
On Nov.19, starting at 5:30 p.m., the City Council will hold a public study session to discuss the proposed new protected-tree ordinance. We have lived in La Caņada since 1977. We have two large Chinese elm trees in our front yard. These trees have been...
In the past year the city of La Caņada Flintridge has fined five residents for trimming or removing a city-protected tree in violation of the city’s tree ordinance, but one resident says it’s the city that is breaking the law. Richard Cohen...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Fines, Judges, Justice System, Lawyers
A question for La Caņada Flintridge residents: During the last 10 years, have you or anyone you know been fined by the city for either removing or excessively trimming a protected tree, i.e., an oak, a Chinese elm, a sycamore, a California pepper or a...
We are fortunate to live adjacent to wild areas. But this must be treated with respect. Several of our local neighborhoods have recently been visited by mountain lions, bears, coyotes, bobcats and more. While these animals have no intention of doing...
Tags: Government, Politics, Wildlife, Safety of Citizens
A woman whose son was caught stealing a skateboard at La Caņada High School chose public shame as punishment for the 17-year-old’s misdeed. “My name is Justin. I am a thief,” read a homemade sign the mother forced the boy to hold on...
A La Caņada Flintridge resident who is facing thousands of dollars in city fines for excessively trimming oaks on his property says the punishment is unfair. _________________________ FOR THE RECORD: This story incorrectly states that Franklin Wang will...
Tags: Fines, Punishment, William McKinley, Tree Pruning
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