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  • Guest Column: An update from the mayor

    Over the past few months, there have been a couple of significant issues that have concerned or frustrated our residents and merchants and thus have received attention from the City Council and staff. Because of this, I wanted to apprise you of what the...
  • Downed lines spark brush fire

    High winds that scoured the area Friday night were blamed for a small brush fire that was quickly extinguished by firefighters. Heavy gusts first downed a tree, which in turn knocked over a secondary power line at 5212 Jessen Drive, according to...
  • Piece of Mind: We're ready to stop feeling powerless

    It was the squirrel that broke the restaurateur’s back. And that of his next-door neighbor. There may soon be a citizens revolt. Taylor’s Steak House proprietor Bruce Taylor reports that he lost business Jan. 25 when electrical power went...
  • Let's contract with Glendale or Pasadena

    My husband and I both grew up in La Cañada and we are completely disgusted with the Southern California Edison’s inability to maintain reliable service for La Cañada residents. We live just east of La Cañada Boulevard, north of the freeway, and...
  • Troubled trail is smoothed

    Troubled trail is smoothed
    After years working to complete La Cañada’s Loop Trail finally brought success, the La Cañada Flintridge Trails Council found itself on a slippery slope earlier this year. A section of the Gould Canyon Trail was so steep and treacherous that...
  • Windstorm reform bill passes legislature

    Windstorm reform bill passes legislature
    A windstorm-driven measure requiring power companies to update emergency plans and coordinate better with local governments has passed both houses of the state legislature and is awaiting consideration by the governor, according to Assemblyman Anthony...
  • Paradise Canyon Elementary School students head back to school in 1952

    Paradise Canyon Elementary School students head back to school in 1952
    Ten Years Ago Four days of triple-digit heat in early September 2002 were blamed for power outages that affected some 200,000 Southern California Edison customers. An Edison spokesman said that La Cañada Flintridge was one of the communities that was...
  • SoCal Edison to fix power problem

    SoCal Edison to fix power problem
    Residents of a La Cañada Flintridge neighborhood beneath towering Southern California Edison power lines will soon get relief from outages caused by problems below the ground. On Aug. 6 White Deer Drive resident Wayne Kruse led a group of more than a...
  • Edison could use more days like this

    Rare is the day that Southern California Edison gets high praise in La Cañada Flintridge. It is more common to hear residents and civic officials grumble about occasional power outages and an unresponsive bureaucracy. But Edison came through for...
  • Edison's renewable energy plan awaits green light from FAA

    A Southern California Edison plan to bring more renewable energy to the Southland is in a temporary holding pattern as the utility waits for Federal Aviation Administration clearance to allow helicopters to buzz over La Cañada Flintridge and Pasadena....
  • Updated: Power outage causes short day at La Cañada High School

    Updated: Power outage causes short day at La Cañada High School
    La Cañada High School students had a short and sweet school day Monday, as a power outage prompted administrators to turn students loose at 11 a.m. A nearby transformer failed at about 12:30 a.m. Monday, according to Southern California Edison,...
  • Utilities required to plan for natural disasters

    Utilities required to plan for natural disasters
    A new law inspired by the windstorms that hammered the San Gabriel Valley in 2011 was signed into law over the weekend, forcing utilities to develop emergency management plans and work closely with local cities on how to respond to natural disasters. The...