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Elections

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  • Eight days and counting

    Eight days remain for at least one more La Canada resident to file a declaration of candidacy for one of the two seats opening up on the La Canada school board. If no one steps up, the Nov. 8 election will be canceled and these two seats will be...
  • Planning Commission gets new member

    An architect and vice president of one of the nation’s largest engineering and construction firms was appointed Monday as the newest member of the city’s Planning Commission. La Cañada Flintridge native Rick Gunter will take over the seat...
  • School board incumbent will run again

    School board incumbent will run again
    Jeanne Broberg has strong family ties to La Cañada Unified. That bond made the decision to run for reelection to the district’s Governing Board in the Nov. 8 election easy. All eight of Broberg’s children attended La Cañada public schools and...
  • He's bucking his party

    [Re: “Budget cut for voting wrong?”— July 14] I’ve had my disagreements with Mr. Portantino, but my hat’s off to him for bucking his party by voting against the recently passed state budget. The Democratic leadership is...
  • In Theory: Could same-sex marriage become legal?

    Q. A recent Gallup poll has revealed that, for the first time, a majority of Americans support gay marriage. According to the figures, 53% of Americans say they believe same-sex marriage should be recognized by the law as valid; in 1996, the figure was...
  • Seo continues his days of dominance

    Seo continues his days of dominance
    While the CIF Southern Section Division II Swimming and Diving Championships ended in disappointment for the Crescenta Valley High boys' swimming team — by their own ambitious standards, at least — the third-place Falcons didn't let their...
  • P.E.O. chapter holds summer luncheon

    With a nod to the recent British royal wedding, members of Chapter OM, P.E.O. donned hats for their summer luncheon at the home of Michelle Hall. President Nancy Cabot greeted members, introduced guests and thanked the social committee for a wonderful...
  • City's retail vacancies wane

    City's retail vacancies wane
    Foothill Boulevard is filling up again. After a few years of recession-induced vacancies along the boulevard, La Cañada Flintridge is welcoming the arrival of new businesses in 2011 that are bringing the Foothill vacancy rate down. With the recently...
  • His own brand of art

    His own brand of art
    When it comes to creating an aesthetically pleasing image, Glendale artist Jeff Lawson is a pro. For more than 30 years, Lawson and his firm, Jeff Lawson Design, have created images and branding materials for commercial giants like American Honda,...
  • The customer is always right. Again.

    Over the last 30 years, I've seen corporatism rise in our society. Be part of a team, the want ads would say. And thus, the team became important — while more and more, the customer’s importance waned. Of course, in the old days, the customer...
  • Smith did it all for the Rebels

    Smith did it all for the Rebels
    Basketball took center stage — or court — in La Cañada Flintridge this year. Flintridge Prep and La Cañada High's gyms always seemed to be filled to capacity when the Rebels and Spartans tipped off for postseason action. Depending on the...
  • Around Town: Who will be in, who will be out?

    The election is over, but the campaign has just begun. La Cañada Unified School District Governing Board members Susan Boyd, Scott Tracy and Joel Peterson face the following assignment: What will they do with newly-elected members Ellen Multari and Andrew...