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Avoid the Traffic and Take Metro to the Rose Parade
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Avoid the Traffic and Take Metro to the Rose Parade

Metro Rail’s Gold Line makes it easy to get to Pasadena’s Annual Tournament of Roses. Metro will operate 24-hour service on Metro Rail, also on the Silver and Orange Lines, on the night of Dec. 31 through the morning of Jan. 1 with trains running every 7 minutes from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. In…

Rose Parade Safety Tips from Pasadena Fire & Police Departments
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Rose Parade Safety Tips from Pasadena Fire & Police Departments

As the 130th Rose Parade approaches on Pasadena’s Fire and Police departments are issuing the following safety tips for the thousands of overnight campers who will line the route on New Year’s Eve. The parade route will be a safer place if everyone follows the rules and regulations intended for the safety of all parade-goers….

How Could New California State Laws Directly Impact You In 2019?
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How Could New California State Laws Directly Impact You In 2019?

By Alex Cordero Every year hundreds of new laws become effective on Jan. 1 in California. From pot to guns and everything in between Governor Jerry Brown has approved over a thousand bills earlier this year, some of which will generate opportunities, safety and tech privacy to California residents. Allow me to give you a…

Local Police Agencies Target Street Takeover/Sideshow Events
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Local Police Agencies Target Street Takeover/Sideshow Events

Task force includes Arcadia, Monrovia, and Sierra Madre police departments among others Due to recent street takeover and sideshow events happening in San Gabriel Valley cities, local police agencies have joined to form the West San Gabriel Valley Traffic Task Force. The WSGV Traffic Task Force consists of members from the Arcadia, El Monte, Alhambra,…

Sierra Madre PD Warns Residents of Charity Scam
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Sierra Madre PD Warns Residents of Charity Scam

Sierra Madre PD is warning locals of the latest fraud alert warning for Los Angeles County residents. Scammers are masquerading as charity groups claiming to raise money for first responders, according to Steven Wang of the L.A. County District Attorney’s (DA) Office. According to the DA, people who want to help first-responders should beware of…

Sierra Madre Announces 2018 Honors Award Winners
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Sierra Madre Announces 2018 Honors Award Winners

The City of Sierra Madre has selected the 2018 Honors Award winners. After careful consideration, Mayor Denise Delmar has selected the following individuals and community groups to receive their award on Thursday, Dec. 6 at a reception that is co-sponsored between the City of Sierra Madre and the Sierra Madre Chamber of Commerce: George Maurer…

Sierra Madre Welcomes New Finance Director
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Sierra Madre Welcomes New Finance Director

Mr. Colby Konisek has accepted the position of Finance Director for the City of Sierra Madre. According to City Manager Gabriel Engeland “Colby has experience in the areas where Sierra Madre needs the most expertise, including audit, accounting, and management of revenues from special funds.” Engeland continued on to say “the city’s interview process was…

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