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Elections

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  • Around Town: The mystery of Delos Arnold

    As a community service, the Around Town column will occasionally supplement the Valley Sun 10-20-30 Years Ago feature with news from 19th century. For example, last week, we brought you news from 137 years ago. (“Neighborhood news from 1885,”...
  • Poll indicates parcel tax support for La Cañada schools

    Local voters may have widely differing viewpoints on taxation and the machinations behind state and local budgets, but there is one thing they all seem to agree on: The quality of education at La Cañada Unified schools is a priority and should be...
  • Editorial: Pension reform deserves public debate

    Democracy only works from the bottom up. Unfortunately, there was a breakdown in this most basic of democratic principles at last week's City Council candidate forum. The breakdown had nothing to do with the candidates, all of whom appear to be fine men....
  • School board floats numbers for proposed parcel tax in La Cañada

    After months of reviewing survey results on voters’ receptiveness to a new parcel tax, the La Cañada Unified School District is ready to start talking numbers. On Tuesday night, school board members decided to seek public input on the feasibility...
  • LCF School Board member residency up to the District Attorney

    Regarding David Boyd's letter of Sept. 5 (“Residency issue not in best interest”), the La Cañada school board was briefed on school board member Joel Peterson's move to Glendale when it came to our attention in 2011. While it is true that we...
  • Date set for LCUSD school board election forum

    The eight candidates vying for three open seats on the La Cañada  Unified School District board are expected to discuss their positions at an election forum next month. The La Cañada PTA Council and the League of Women Voters Pasadena Area are hosting...
  • La Cañada History: Youth House offered swimming for locals

    La Cañada History: Youth House offered swimming for locals
    Ten Years Ago A La Cañada woman, Christy Cassell, a political independent, announced she would mount a campaign to run in the fall 2003 gubernatorial recall election to replace Gray Davis. Twenty Years Ago A real estate agent announced that he had...
  • GOP clubs have high hopes in merger

    Two local Republican clubs have decided to join forces in an effort to strengthen their mission and engage conservative voters. The La Cañada Flintridge Republican Club voted to merge with the Republican Club of the Foothills on Nov. 13. The two long-...
  • He's available by email

    I am voting for Andrew “AJ” Blumenfeld for the La Cañada Unified School District Governing Board. He recognizes the uneven quality of teaching, especially at the high school. One manifestation of the problem is that many of our families are...
  • A double endorsement

    We are voting for Andrew "AJ" Blumenfeld for school board. Both of us are personally aware of AJ’s qualifications for this position — Joanna, a junior at University of San Francisco, was a classmate of AJ’s at La Cañada High and a...
  • 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...
  • A non-politician candidate

    Sitting across a table at Panera Bread from Ernest Koeppen, listening to his many opinions about the state of education, one can't help but ask why this man isn’t on the school board. Ernest Koeppen is this true non-politician candidate in this...