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Pasadena Mayor Nominates Council Members to Board Positions
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Pasadena Mayor Nominates Council Members to Board Positions

Pasadena Mayor Victor Gordo has announced the nomination of two city councilmembers to fill vacancies on boards to represent the city, which will be considered by the City Council at their Jan. 11 meeting. Vice Mayor Andy Wilson has been nominated to serve on the Arroyo Verdugo Communities Joint Powers Authority (AVCJPA) which consists of…

Pasadena Suspends Bad Weather Shelter During Crisis
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Pasadena Suspends Bad Weather Shelter During Crisis

Residents demand the city help the unhoused during the pandemic By Terry Miller In an alarming move, the City of Pasadena will sponsor no inclement weather shelter in Pasadena 2020-2021. On Monday, scores of residents voiced their sadness and anger at city officials for not allowing Bad Weather Shelter at a time when the nights…

Pasadena Vice Mayor Calls for Firing of Officer Who Killed Anthony McClain
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Pasadena Vice Mayor Calls for Firing of Officer Who Killed Anthony McClain

During Monday’s council meeting, Vice Mayor Tyron Hampton called for the immediate firing of the Pasadena police officer involved in Anthony McClain’s shooting death. A deeply passionate Hampton pleaded with his colleagues to be transparent and accountable in this investigation. “As it relates to video, I didn’t see the footage before it was released ……

Pasadena Council Votes to Resume Parking Enforcement
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Pasadena Council Votes to Resume Parking Enforcement

At Monday’s meeting, City Council voted to resume enforcement of the overnight parking ordinance, daytime street sweeping, and the development of other parking programs as listed below.      Overnight enforcement resumed Tuesday. Warnings to be issued for two weeks, with citations to resume Sept. 1. Sale of emergency COVID-19 overnight parking permits that would allow vehicles not otherwise…

Restaurants Get a Little Temporary Help from Pasadena City Council
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Restaurants Get a Little Temporary Help from Pasadena City Council

Third-party food delivery companies ordered to cut fees Restaurants, one of the hardest hit industries even before this pandemic, were facing additional punishment when they were ordered to do take-out only and no more indoor dining was allowed. While take-out business for some works, most restaurants suffer additional injury when it comes to the proliferation…

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Pasadena Tenants Union Victorious in City Hall

By Terry Miller A coalition of tenants’ rights advocates held a press conference in support of an immediate rent freeze and moratorium on no-fault evictions Monday night on the steps of Pasadena City Hall in preparation for an exceptionally long night at Monday’s regular council meeting. The City Council put this issue on Monday’s regular…

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