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Spooky Stories at the Sierra Madre Public Library
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Spooky Stories at the Sierra Madre Public Library

Sierra Madre Library and Playhouse partner for Halloween fun Just in time for Halloween, join the fun of Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” and Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven,” presented by the Sierra Madre Playhouse. Appropriately atmospheric and spooky for the season, the radio play with live sound effects, will chill and thrill…

Sierra Madre Crime Blotters: Oct. 7 – Oct. 14
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Sierra Madre Crime Blotters: Oct. 7 – Oct. 14

Oct. 8 Officers responded at about 9:15 a.m. to a possible domestic dispute between a male and female in the 500 block of Michillinda Avenue. Following interviews, both parties were arrested and transported to the Pasadena Jail for booking. The case was referred to the DA’s office. Oct. 9 At about 11:35 a.m. an officer…

UN Global Goals – Taiwan Can Help
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UN Global Goals – Taiwan Can Help

By Jaushieh Joseph Wu, Minister of Foreign Affairs Republic of China (Taiwan) The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted at the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly in 2015, set bold goals to shift the world onto a sustainable, resilient path. Here was also pledged the formation of a revitalized Global Partnership for…

City of Sierra Madre Reduces CalPERS Pension Obligations
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City of Sierra Madre Reduces CalPERS Pension Obligations

CalPERS pension obligations have increased dramatically for local governments in California in recent years. The rapid growth in unfunded pension liabilities has caused many local governments to increase taxes or slash services which are vital to communities. Sierra Madre has chosen a more responsible path to managing its pension obligations by reducing government spending, while…

Sierra Madre Crime Blotters: July 8 – July 13
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Sierra Madre Crime Blotters: July 8 – July 13

  July 8 At about 11:13 p.m. at Baldwin Avenue and Sierra Madre Boulevard officers found a male subject lying in the roadway, under the influence of alcohol. Based on the officer’s observation, the subject was unable to care for himself and was transported to the Pasadena jail for booking. July 9 Officers responded at…

City Attorney Mike Feuer and District Attorney Jackie Lacey Secure Settlement with Silver Lake Medical Center Over Allegations of Homeless Patient Dumping
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City Attorney Mike Feuer and District Attorney Jackie Lacey Secure Settlement with Silver Lake Medical Center Over Allegations of Homeless Patient Dumping

Feuer and Lacey to co-host summit to address the challenges of treating and discharging homeless patients City Attorney Mike Feuer and District Attorney Jackie Lacey recently announced they have secured a settlement with Silver Lake Medical Center over allegations of the improper discharge of homeless patients. The settlement establishes new protocols for discharging homeless patients…

California State Superintendent Speaks Out on Family Separation Crisis
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California State Superintendent Speaks Out on Family Separation Crisis

Calif. State Public Instruction joins lawsuit against the Trump administration challenging its practice of refusing entry for asylum seekers State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson released a statement Friday on the Trump administration’s policy of separating families seeking asylum from human rights abuses, violence, and crime. “I am saddened and angered by the treatment…

L.A. County Adds $69M to the Rainy Day Fund
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L.A. County Adds $69M to the Rainy Day Fund

Supervisor Kathryn Barger applauded the adoption of the county’s final 2018-2019 budget that “focuses on the County’s priorities and key issues while still taking a fiscally cautious approach to the use of resources.” “As I have stressed a number of times previously—and I’m sure I will again—it is critical that we remain committed to our fiduciary…

County of Los Angeles Announces Summer Kick-Off of Youth@Work
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County of Los Angeles Announces Summer Kick-Off of Youth@Work

The goal is to hire 25,000 youth The County of Los Angeles recently announced the Summer Kick-Off of Youth@Work, a regional initiative to prepare youth ages 14-24 for 21st century careers in the local economy.  Supervisors announced a regional goal to hire 25,000 youth and highlighted major efforts underway to expand and enhance youth employment…

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