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  • Wants answers on 710 abstention

    I am on the mayor's ad hoc committee to promote safe driving in La Caņada. I have taken this commitment seriously and spent many hours in service promoting safe streets in our city. Last year, at the mayor's request, many of us on the committee...
  • Olhasso is city's No. 1

    In a room brimming with the who's who of La Caņada Flintridge, City Councilwoman Laura Olhasso was honored Wednesday as the 2010 La Caņadan of the Year by the Kiwanis Club. The award is given annually in recognition of exceptional service and...
  • Prop. 16 benefits utility

    Vote "No" on Proposition 16 — "The PG&E Monopoly Act." This self-serving proposition is a perfect example of a company buying an election for themselves. They are spending about $35 million to buy deceptive, essentially nonstop TV ads. The fliers...
  • 10-20-30 Years Ago

    10-20-30 Years Ago
    Ten Years Ago The Jet Propulsion Laboratory announced its director, Edward Stone, would be retiring when he reached 65 in January 2001. Stone had directed the facility, with its billion dollar budget and 5,000 employees since 1991, during which heavy NASA...
  • Senior Living Q & A:Exploring voting options

    Q. With the election coming up, I am concerned about being able to vote. I do enjoy going to the polls to cast my vote, but sometimes I'm just not up to it. What are my options? — Jackie, La Caņada You have a number of options available to you....
  • An eventful term

    For nearly all of state Sen. Carol Liu's term in office, she has had to deliver bad news to officials in La Caņada, Glendale and Burbank. Trouble began shortly after Liu's election in 2008, when the national economy went south. California state officials...
  • Keeping an eye on the primaries

    As voters prepare to head to the polls for Tuesday's primary election, Crescenta-Caņada political watchdogs are predicting few surprises in local races. La Caņada resident and state Assemblyman Anthony Portantino is running unopposed for the Democratic...
  • 710 tunnel foes unite

    Opponents of the proposed underground tunnel extension of the Long Beach (710) Freeway are weighing their options after the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority voted on May 27 to initiate a major environmental study of the project....
  • In Theory: Should a justice's religion be a supreme factor?

    Elena Kagan's successful confirmation to the Supreme Court "would result in six Roman Catholic and three Jewish justices. Many argue that because Protestantism remains America's largest religious affiliation, the top court should have at least one...
  • Favorites reign in local primaries

    Local primary races for state and federal legislators resulted in few surprises Tuesday, as incumbents from both sides of the aisle received their parties' nods for the November general election. Rep. David Dreier (R-San Dimas) defeated Mark Butler in...
  • 10-20-30 Years Ago

    10-20-30  Years Ago
    Ten Years Ago A jury found Martin Higgins, 60, guilty in the April 1999 murder of James Cummings in the latter's La Caņada Boulevard home. Higgins had once been employed at Cummings' Up Th' Hill Bar in La Crescenta. Twenty Years Ago George Caswell,...
  • Our Readers Write: Officials don't work in public's interest

    Great idea! That's what LCF City Council members said of the L.A. County Energy Program as they adopted a resolution joining and supporting that program. Never mind that the loans offered are incompatible with the terms of most mortgages. Don't even...