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Elections

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  • Council candidates take the stage

    Council candidates take the stage
    The seven candidates vying for three City Council seats up for grabs in the March 8 election took to the Flintridge Preparatory School auditorium stage Wednesday night in public appeals for voter support. In personal statements and in answers to a...
  • Mudslide victims learn about tax relief

    Mudslide victims learn about tax relief
     At a December dinner party, resident Pat Anderson — whose house was destroyed by mudslides last February — asked La Cañada Flintridge Councilwoman Laura Olhasso if she knew how she could seek property tax relief. Legislation sponsored by...
  • The Dangers of Petting Zoos

    Re: “The farm comes to school,” Feb. 10. You’d think that the educators at St. George’s Preschool would be aware that petting zoos are hotbeds of E. coli bacteria, and that numerous children have been infected with the...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Let's pull our own weight

    Last week I attended the forum for the candidates running for City Council. The candidates with the most potential clearly defined the evening. I listened as each candidate spoke of his or her record and answered several questions relating to such issues...
  • Music fundraiser looking to set record

    The La Cañada High School Music Parents Association is looking to set a new attendance mark for the La Cañada High music program’s “Celebrate Music Dinner Show and Fundraiser” this year. The event will be held on Feb. 12 from 5 p.m....
  • City pedals ahead on bike lanes

    City pedals ahead on bike lanes
    Longtime plans to designate a cross-town path for bicycle traffic are taking a giant step forward this month with the striping of 3.5 miles of bike lane stretching from Verdugo Boulevard to the city’s east end. La Cañada Flintridge officials herald...
  • Students raise their red hands

    Students raise their red hands
    La Cañada High School students were caught red-handed on campus Friday. It was all for Red Hand Day, a worldwide event commemorated annually on Feb. 12 with public acts that promote awareness about the use of child soldiers around the world. To mark the...
  • Teacher contract gets final approval

    Concluding negotiations that had been underway since last spring, the La Cañada Unified School District's Governing Board on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve a 2011-12 contract with the La Cañada Teachers Association. Several elements of the agreement...
  • School board ponders new cuts

    It became clear that cutbacks may be in the La Cañada Unified School District’s near future on Tuesday night, as the Governing Board discussed the second interim financial report and the possibility of laying off teachers and increasing class...
  • How endorsements enlighten voters

    In America the Constitution guarantees every citizen free speech. That includes Valley Sun columnist Anita Brenner’s “Folks, It‘s a Non-Partisan Election” column published Feb. 3, regarding her apparent frustration that the local...
  • State's top three getaway spots chosen

    State's top three getaway spots chosen
    The readers of CaliforniaWeekend.com have chosen their favorite California getaways and those results were announced recently on the Website. The top three vote-getters couldn’t be three more different experiences, so there is no doubt there is...
  • Henry's to open under new name

    Henry's to open under new name
    A merger of Henry’s and Sprouts specialty markets announced this week will not impact plans to open a new store this summer in the heart of La Cañada Flintridge, according to the company. Henry’s Farmers Market was weeks from breaking ground...