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  • Piece of Mind: Small investments with big dividends

    So I see from the story filed this week by contributing writer Sara Cardine that supporters of La Caņada’s highly performing public school system are showing up at a local real estate office at night to dial for dollars. Their hope is they will persuade property owners within the school district to approve an extension of the existing parcel tax. The proposed tax is $450, up $300 from the current rate, so I guess one way we could look at it is that they’re seeking what amounts to an additional $25 a month from each household to help keep the LCUSD in good shape.
  • No winter break for area real estate

    No winter break for area real estate
    Home buyers are skipping the traditional holiday hibernation in the residential real estate market, vying for available properties and pushing price increases in cities in and around Pasadena. The average purchase price of homes in Pasadena and La Caņada...

    Tight real estate market vexes buyers in the Crescenta Valley

    As home prices rise across Southern California, buyers face stiff competition in La Caņada Flintridge and surrounding areas. Phyllis Harb, with Prudential California Realty in La Caņada, said there is a shortage of homes on the market, which could be...

    Pumping station upgrades planned in La Caņada Flintridge

    The Foothill Municipal Water District will embark on a $1.6-million project to replace emergency generators at pumping stations in La Caņada Flintridge and Pasadena later this year, the agency announced Wednesday. Trenching, concrete and installation...

    New Descanso Gardens director already has park roots

    New Descanso Gardens director already has park roots
    With the departure of head horticulturalist Brian Sullivan in March, Descanso Gardens officials were left with some pretty big garden gloves to fill. But they didn't have to look far to find the right fit. Rachel Young, who for the past six years...