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Council Approves New Pasadena PD Helicopter Camera for $420K Despite Community Opposition
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Council Approves New Pasadena PD Helicopter Camera for $420K Despite Community Opposition

Pasadena’s Vice Mayor Tyron Hampton and Councilman Victor Gordo couldn’t dissuade remaining councilmembers from approving $420,000 for a “state of the art” surveillance camera for Pasadena Police Department’s air operations during Monday’s social-distanced council meeting. Council authorized the purchase order with Wescam-USA for purchase of one MX-10 EO/IR camera system for a total of $420,000…

Pasadena – Thinking Ahead of the COVID-19 Curve
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Pasadena – Thinking Ahead of the COVID-19 Curve

By Terry Miller On Thursday morning a temporary medical facility at the Pasadena Convention Center was unveiled for the local media. City Manager, Steve Mermell said this facility would supplement Huntington Hospital’s care of COVID-19 patients,  “…should the need arise.” Pasadena is thinking ahead of the curve, according to vice-mayor Tyron Hampton. With the latest…

Pasadena – Thinking Ahead of COVID-19 Curve
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Pasadena – Thinking Ahead of COVID-19 Curve

City unveils 250-bed temporary field hospital at the Convention Center By Terry Miller On Thursday morning a temporary medical facility at the Pasadena Convention Center was unveiled for the local media. City Manager, Steve Mermell said this facility would supplement Huntington Hospital’s care of COVID-19 patients, “should the need arise.” Pasadena is thinking ahead of…

First Responders Thank Nurses, Doctors and Huntington Hospital Staff
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First Responders Thank Nurses, Doctors and Huntington Hospital Staff

United in the fight against COVID-19, Pasadena firefighters, police and paramedics turned on their sirens briefly Thursday afternoon to show their support for the courageous work frontline hospital workers do. As in many communities around the country, Pasadena police and fire personnel lined the front of Huntington Hospital Thursday at 3 p.m. with lights and…

Pasadena City Officials Confirm 2 Deaths Possibly Connected to COVID-19
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Pasadena City Officials Confirm 2 Deaths Possibly Connected to COVID-19

By Terry Miller Two fatalities and 58 current cases of COVID-19 were reported late Friday, according to Lisa Derderian, Pasadena public information officer. Derderian told Pasadena Independent Saturday morning that one male in his late 40s and another elderly female had died. “Both had underlying health issues so we are awaiting the coroners report if…

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