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New State Budget Costs Local Cities

The state has finally come to an agreement and now has a balanced budget. But to what cost to the cities in San Gabriel Valley? California will be taking 2 billion from cities and counties through property tax revenues, plus $1.7 billion from local redevelopment agencies by suspending Prop 1A. Prop 1A was passed in…

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Sierra Madre Police Sergeant Dismissed in Council Closed Session

A Sierra Madre Police Sergeant was dismissed during the Closed Session at the City Council Meeting on July 14. In response to a request for information related to the dismissal, City Manager Elaine Aguilar said that “personnel matters are confidential, and we really can’t say anything. People have a right to privacy.” No further information…

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General Plan Steering Committee Members Appointed

The Sierra Madre City Council considered the candidates for the General Plan Steering Committee at the City Council meeting on July 28. There were a total of 10 candidates. Of those, five were selected for the committee. They include Ken Anhalt, Denise Delmar, Leslie Hinton, Debora Sheridan, and Teryl Willis. The General Plan Steering Committee…

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Fire Scare in La Verne

With temperatures rising this summer, fire is a top safety concern in San Gabriel Valley. Firefighters were able to fully contain the fire in La Verne by Sunday evening.

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Hiker Identified after Fatal Accident

Arturo Hernandez, a 24 year old resident of Pasadena, has been identified as the hiker found dead by rescuers in Eaton Canyon last week, coroner’s officials report. Hernandez, who had been hiking Tuesday morning, June 30, 2009, fell 200 feet to his death. The cause of death has been reported to be severe head trauma….

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