Date: June 4th, 2020

No Curfew for L.A. County Thursday Night
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No Curfew for L.A. County Thursday Night

Los Angeles County does not plan to issue a countywide curfew order tonight. However, cities within the County have the legal authority to implement curfews for their jurisdiction, according to the County. The announcement followed Sherriff Alex Villanueva announcing that the department would no longer be enforcing curfews following days of peaceful protests. “Based upon…

Visitors Will Need to Make Reservations to Visit Eaton Canyon
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Visitors Will Need to Make Reservations to Visit Eaton Canyon

Beginning Saturday, June 6, timed entry reservations are required for entrance to Eaton Canyon Natural Area and access to the trail system. Timed entry reservations are free and available online through the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation (L.A. County Parks). Reservations are meant to keep the Eaton Canyon trails from becoming overcrowded…

Career Corner: Remote Employee Monitoring
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Career Corner: Remote Employee Monitoring

Have you ever felt micromanaged at work? If your boss doesn’t know what you’re doing for every moment of the day, you might as well be nonexistent. You definitely couldn’t be working or making logical, sound decisions on your own, using your years of expertise. Having someone looking over your shoulder always seems to make…

Pasadena Public Library Expands Curbside Pickup Service
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Pasadena Public Library Expands Curbside Pickup Service

Following the successful launch of curbside pickup service at Pasadena Central Library, Pasadena Public Library has expanded curbside pickup service to seven of its branch libraries. Curbside pickup service is now available Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Central Library and Allendale, Hastings, Lamanda Park, La Pintoresca, Linda Vista, San Rafael…

Amid Pandemic, Americans Confront Racism
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Amid Pandemic, Americans Confront Racism

Last Friday afternoon May 29, the health department cleared the way for struggling local restaurants to reopen for dine-in patrons — the first time since the March stay at home mandate was enacted. For many in our collective communities this was a sign of significant progress and hope that maybe we were getting back to…

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