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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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Caltrans to Bankroll Million Dollar SCAG “Congestion Study”

At the July 2nd meeting of SCAG, the executive administration committee authorized SCAG to accept $800,000 from Caltrans State Planning and Research Grant Funds. These funds will go to the Regional Congestion Pricing Study, which is a multi-year, multi-phased project focusing on integrated regional solution is “reduce congestion, optimize productivity of the transportation system, reduce…

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Kid’s Summer Fun in the Park in Sierra Madre

This summer the City of Sierra Madre is hosting a free Summer Fun in the Park for children ages 3 to 10 years old that allows kids to get out and get active.  This event runs all summer on Tuesday and Thursday mornings starting on July 7 and ending on August 27 from 9:30 am…

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Recognize and Honor the Treasures of Sierra Madre

A recognition and appreciation dinner will recognize all out-going City Commissioners as well as extraordinary community members, organizations, and employees for their contributions to the community. Please take a moment to view the five awards listed below and nominate any person you feel is eligible for such an honor. Applications may be obtained at City…

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New Sex Offender Ordinance Passed

The Sierra Madre City Council passed an ordinance that restricts the number of sex offenders that can live in the same place as well as preventing them from loitering within 300 feet of places where children often congregate. While Proposition 83, also known as Jessica’s Law, enacted a stricter law against sex offenders which prohibited…

VFW Donates Flags to City Hall
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VFW Donates Flags to City Hall

MaryAnn MacGillivray, Mayor of City of Sierra Madre, accepts California and US Flags from the Sierra Madre Veterans of Foreign Wars members Tuesday evening during the presentation portion of the regular city council meeting. Mayor MacGillivray thanked the members of Sierra Madre VFW for their dedicated service to their country and city while applauding their…

Chlorine Scare Averted at Sierra Madre Pool
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Chlorine Scare Averted at Sierra Madre Pool

The pool at the Sierra Madre Aquatic Center experienced an accidental overdose of chlorine on Thursday, June 18.  James Carlson of the Sierra Madre Public Works Department believes that this was a “one time incident.” While the department is not “entirely sure” what went wrong, there is only one “plausible reason” that has been agreed…

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