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Elections

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  • Local Democrats take aim at Dreier

    Members of the Caņada Crescenta Democratic Club made the unusual move this week of endorsing a congressional candidate for a district that has yet to exist. Local Democrats want state Assemblyman Anthony Portantino, who terms out of the Assembly in 2012,...
  • City hesitant to regulate plastic bags

    Despite a recent vote by L.A. County Supervisors to prohibit the use of disposable plastic shopping bags in unincorporated areas such as La Crescenta, officials in La Caņada Flintridge aren't in any hurry to follow with regulations of their own. "I...
  • Glendale district mulls bond measure

    School safety improvements, technology upgrades and science-lab renovations topped a wish-list of projects released this week by the Glendale Unified School District. The projects would be tackled if voters approve a potential $270-million bond measure...
  • Supervisor votes against Brown

    Last week, Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich, whose district includes La Caņada Flintridge, was the only one among his colleagues to cast a symbolic vote against Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed government realignment. The governor’s...
  • Theater group gets challenge grant

    An anonymous Pasadena resident has pledged to match donations to help A Noise Within Classical Theatre Company complete its new venue in that city. Because of this pledge, the company is closer to reaching its fundraising goal of $13.3 million for...
  • In Theory: What is the role of religion?

    David Hartman, a Jerusalem-based rabbi and philosopher, recently sat down for an interview with CNN's Izzy Lemberg. In the interview, Hartman wonders whether religion is really helpful to the human condition. "There's a whole bunch of myths that religions...
  • Our Readers Write: Bad manners in the neighborhood

    In my wildest dreams, I would never have imagined that I would get "the finger" in La Caņada from what some would consider an attractive 40-something woman in a new-model SUV (or from anyone, for that matter). My family has lived in the area for 40...
  • Brown to pass the torch

    The candidate nomination period for 2011 La Caņada Flintridge City Council races begins Monday, but veteran Councilman Greg Brown has already decided he won't be putting his name on that list. Brown, who has served since 2003, told the Valley Sun on...
  • City turns right in election

    The number of registered Republicans in La Caņada Flintridge has been shrinking over the past six years, but local results for the Nov. 2 election suggest that voters who turned out to the polls were in a generally conservative mood. If election...
  • Local incumbents hold on strong, despite nationwide changes

    Republican Rep. David Dreier cruised to victory over his main challenger, Democrat Russ Warner, Tuesday night with 54.5% to 36.9%, according to the Los Angeles County registrar. Assemblyman Anthony Portantino trounced his main opponent, Republican...
  • Voters call for on-time budget

    California set the record for the latest budget in state history with its 2010 budget, which arrived 100 days after its supposed deadline. All the waiting seems to have gotten under the skin of voters as it looks as if Proposition 25, also dubbed the On-...
  • Legal threat adds to Windermere saga

    For Dr. Philip Merritt and a number of city officials, home — at least the one Merritt hopes to build — is where the headaches have been. More than four years after Merritt first submitted plans to construct a large two-story house on a...