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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 City Council Moves on Police Oversight in Wake of Anthony McClain’s Death
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Pasadena City Council Moves on Police Oversight in Wake of Anthony McClain’s Death

Demands for police oversight, protests continue to evolve after massive public outcry over recent police shooting fatality At a record-breaking, lengthy City Council meeting Monday, councilmembers finally agreed, unanimously, on an outline for the creation of a Police Oversight Committee. During Monday’s council meeting, the predominant issue was the police shooting and killing of a…

City of Pasadena Services Protection Measure to Be Placed on Ballot
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City of Pasadena Services Protection Measure to Be Placed on Ballot

Last Monday, the Pasadena City Council unanimously voted to place the Pasadena City Services Protection Measure on the Nov. 3, 2020 ballot. The measure, calling for a charter amendment, must be approved by a majority of Pasadena voters to maintain the longstanding Light & Power Fund transfer to the General Fund that pays for services…

Council Member Steve Madison Announces Re-Election Campaign
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Council Member Steve Madison Announces Re-Election Campaign

Pasadena City Council Member Steve Madison pulled election papers Tuesday, formally kicking off his campaign for re-election as the representative for Council District 6 (West Pasadena, San Rafael, Linda Vista).​​​​ “Pasadena faces challenges that require experience, leadership and commitment on the City Council,” said Madison. “Over the last few months, I’ve spoken to many people in District…

City of Pasadena Adopts More Than $872M for 2020 City Wide Appropriations
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City of Pasadena Adopts More Than $872M for 2020 City Wide Appropriations

By Terry Miller During Monday’s Pasadena City Council meeting, council approved an increase in next year’s appropriations. The General Fund will be $274.4 million and the total appropriations rest at $872.5 million. The Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Adopted Budget totaled $816.7 million overall. This included an operating budget of $658.4 million, capital appropriations of $83.4…

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