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Independence Day in Los Angeles County
Hundreds brave the heat for parades, picnics, parties and pyrotechnics
BY SHEL SEGAL A 31-year-veteran of the force, Paul LaCommare has recently been appointed interim chief of police of the West Covina Police Department, officials said in a statement. A local product, LaCommare was raised in West Covina and started with the department as a cadet in November 1981. He was then hired by the department in 1983 as a police officer, officials said. LaCommare has been promoted several times throughout his career, including the rank of corporal in 1996, sergeant in 1999, lieutenant in 2003, commander in 2009 and assistant police chief in January of this year before retiring from active service in March, officials said. LaCommare has served the West Covina Police DePlease see page 6
Monterey Park voters just say ‘No’ to Measure FF BY SHEL SEGAL
shower with a friend” theme by having a few young ladies showering along the parade route, albeit discretely.
Voters in Monterey Park have overwhelmingly said no to Measure FF in Tuesday’s special election by a nearly 2-to-1 margin and will retain city control over its fire and paramedic services. The “no” votes tallied 64.1 percent – nearly twothirds – of those votes casted. That means 3,514 votes disapproved of Measure FF, while 1,961 were in favor of its passage. The proposed measure would have amended a current city ordinance and directed the city to negotiate for transferring all city fire department services to the Consolidated Fire Protect District of Los Angeles County. Measure FF was placed
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One of the largest and most popular parades in the valley is unquestionably that which has become a Sierra Madre tradition. This year, however,
was a little less cool for some as the city of Sierra Madsre is facing a water crisis so the fire dept. which usually hoses down the hot masses was ordered to re-
frain from making rain. To make up for it the non-existent Sierra Madre City College alumni and staff decided to bring back the 60’s “ Save water and
Mike Gatto’s legislation to Golden State Water Hernández hails senate end unfair parking tickets announces A+ water committee for passing heads to governor quality and first ever measure to provide Creates uniform statewide policy, “green” online report additional green space binding on all cities Golden State Water quality, this year we’ve for residents Company (Golden State worked hard to bring cus-
Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s (D-Los Angeles) legislation to prohibit local governments from fleecing motorists who park at broken parking meters was approved by the Legislature today by a vote of 36-1 and now awaits Governor Jerry Brown’s signature. The measure will ensure cities fix their broken meters in a responsive and timely manner by prohibiting them from ticketing cars parked at such meters. “Taxpayers already pay for street maintenance, meter installation, and meter
upkeep,” said Gatto. “Local governments should take responsibility and keep parking meters in good working order, not squeeze a doublepenalty out of cash-strapped citizens.” Under AB 61, motorists would be permitted to park in spaces controlled by a broken meter for the maximum time allowed by the meter, guaranteeing that parking spots remain available to the motorists, shop owners, and small businesses that rely on Please see page 5
Water) today announced the release of its 2012 Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), which indicates that drinking water provided to customers, continues to meet all state and federal standards. This is the first year that the California Department of Public Health and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have allowed water providers to publish a water quality report online. “While we always strive to provide customers with exceptional water
tomers an online report for easy access to information about their local water supply,” said Denise L. Kruger, Golden State Water Company Senior Vice President of Regulated Utilities. “We welcome the opportunity to promote and incorporate green practices through publishing our CCR online.” Golden State Water tests for more than 200 regulated and unregulated elements in its water sysPlease see page 4
Assembly Bill 1359 authored by Assembly member Roger Hernández (D-West Covina) passed the Senate Governance and Finance Committee on a 5-2 vote. This bill amends the Quimby Act to allow local governments to allocate existing funds, used for the purpose of developing facilities, to areas within the local government that are most in need. This bill also allows for funds to help establish joint use agreements between school districts, universities, counties and cities.
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“By providing additional open space for our children, they will live a more healthy and productive life in their communities,” said Hernández. “This bill gives local governments the opportunity to provide areas in need the quality of life they deserve,” stated Hernández. Since the passage of the Quimby Act in 1975, cities and counties have been authorized to require developers to set aside land, donate conservation easements, or Please see page 6
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Back By Popular Demand, Casa 0101 Theater will present the Return Engagement of Josefina López’s critically acclaimed play, “Trío Los Machos,” a comedic Latino “Bromance” with music made famous by the singing group Trío Los Panchos. Performances will be presented at the new Casa 0101 Theater, 2102 E. First Street (at Louis Street), Boyle Heights, CA 90033 on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. and Sundays at 5:00 p.m., with Discounted Previews, July 12 – 14, 2013, followed by a four-week run, July 19 – August 11, 2013. The play will be presented with subtitles in Spanish. The Los Angeles Times has written: “The older men are adorable, the young ones have shy charisma. The trio glows with a deep and memorable sympathy.” LA Weekly raved: “Gifted guitarists and impassioned singers carry the play to its greatest emotional heights.” Back Stage has written: “Directed by Edward Padilla, veteran performers Miguel Santana, Robert Garza and Henry Aceves are endearing as Lalo, Nacho and Paco, respectively.” KUSC 91.5 FM calls the play: “A funny and heart warming bit of theatre from playwright and producer, Josefina López.” “Trío Los Machos,” written by Josefina López, follows the journey of three men who come to the U.S. to work in the fields and eventually make a living playing the music they love. The play is a love letter to Latino men and, an homage to Lopez’s father. The play explores the themes of music, aging and male camaraderie set against the backdrop of the Bracero guest worker program (1942 – 1964) between the United States and Mexico. Narrated to the music of
Trío Los Panchos, the story covers a chapter of U.S. history seldomly talked about, as the three friends navigate work, friendship, love as their loyalty to one another becomes tested time and again. The play explores the 50-year friendship of its central characters, Lalo, Nacho and Paco. A Free Art Exhibit in The Jean Deleage Gallery at Casa 0101 Theater entitled, “Recollections From Yesterday and Today of Ex-Braceros,” will be running in conjunction with the run of the play, “Trío Los Machos.” The photography exhibit will include work of former “guest workers” who participated in the United States/Mexican government program granting temporary work contracts to Mexican laborers from 1942 – 1964. The Art Exhibit is sponsored by the Binacional Union of Ex-Braceros, 1942 – 1967. Performances will be presented on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. and Sundays at 5:00 p.m. Tickets for Preview performances July 12, 13 and 14, 2013 are $15 each. Tickets for the four-week run of the play from July 19 – August 11, 2013 are $20 for General Admission, $17 for Students, Seniors and Groups of 10 or
more, and $15 for Boyle Heights residents with identification. For tickets, please call the Casa 0101 Theater Box Office at 323263-7684, E-mail tickets@ casa0101.org or buy online at www.casa0101.org. Advance reservations are highly recommended. Theatre patrons can get a $2 discount by presenting their Metro Bus Cards at the Box Office when buying tickets. Metro bus stations are located on First Street in Boyle Heights at both Soto Street, and at Boyle Street (Mariachi Plaza), within a short walking distance to the theatre. To view B-roll performance footage of last year’s production of the play, please visit http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=vaATkzcp6b0. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/casa0101theater. Casa 0101 Theater is sponsored in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, The California Endowment, The Herb Alpert Foundation, the California Foundation for Stronger Communities and the Community Redevelopment Agency/ LA – a Designated Local Authority. SCE Federal Credit Union is sponsor of this particular production.
Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s (D-Los Angeles) legislation to criminalize the dangerous and increasingly prevalent crime known as “swatting” passed the Senate Public Safety Committee today by a 4-0 vote. The bill, AB 47, is the legislature’s most comprehensive legislation to address the issue and the only extant bill to increase criminal penalties for swatting. Swatting is a perilous prank by anonymous mischief-makers who alert police to a bogus crime situation, prompting a tactical response — sometimes by special weapons and tactics (SWAT) officers — that then involves a high-risk search for phantom assailants. There have been dozens of these prank calls in the last six months, and several law enforcement officers have already been injured. Many officials, including Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck, fear that it's only a matter of time before events turn deadly. Some of the calls have tried to humiliate celebrities like Ashton Kutcher and Ryan Seacrest, but other criminals have targeted households based on political beliefs. The prank has also been perpetrated against nonpublic figures and families in quiet neighborhoods, including suburban Sacramento
and Los Angeles families. “Police fear that this potentially deadly prank will become more prevalent if we do not do something to elevate swatting to a serious crime,” Gatto said. “This commonsense legislation will discourage this dangerous activity and allow law enforcement to deploy their officers and precious resources to real crimesin-progress.” Under the provisions of AB 47, anyone who makes a swatting call would be subject to a $2,000 fine and a year in jail, and significantly increased fine and jail time if the call results in bodily harm. Finally, the bill clarifies that any swatting call that results in a death can be considered manslaughter. Assemblyman Gatto introduced AB 47 in December 2012, before the recent spate of high-profile swatting incidents. “Swatting is a dangerous prank that costs taxpayers thousands of dollars and takes public-safety resources away from real emergencies,” said Gatto. “It is only a matter of time before someone is struck by an emergency-response vehicle or a firearm is accidentally discharged in the chaos of the moment.” AB 47 now heads to the Senate Appropriations Committee for consideration.
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New Conference to Launch July 20 & 21 in Glendale, Writers wishing to learn more about the craft and business of publishable stories, memoir, and informative narrative, will find significant opportunities Saturday and Sunday, July 20 & 21 at Glendale College in Glendale, CA.
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The PIPW Writers Weekend: Glendale, features publishing professionals as speakers and panelists for the educational seminars. The event, open to emerging and intermediate writers of all ages, is produced by the Pacific Institute for Professional Writing (PIPW). Co-sponsors are the Independent Writers of Southern California (IWOSC), California Writers Club San Fernando Valley Chapter, Book Publicists of Southern California, Publishers Association of Los Angeles (PALA), Greater Los Angeles Writers Society (GLAWS), and the Small Publishers, Artists and Writers Network (SPAWN). “We’re pleased to produce this event in Glendale,” said Kate Sexton, Executive Director of the Pacific Institute for Professional Writing. “Last year, our Ventura County Writers Weekend was well received, with attendance growing 41% from the prior year. This year we will continue to offer professional advice writers need to know in order to grow into 21st century con-
ventions and writing styles. We’ve secured two top west coast literary agents, a leading book editor, and a popular memoirist, to lead seminars.” Saturday’s theme is: “The Business of Writing.” Sunday’s theme is “The Craft of Writing.” Each session is 90-minutes long with time for Q&A. The classes are limited to 100 people and are modestly priced. Interested writers may purchase a session ticket, a day pass, or a two-day pass at: www. PIPWWritersWeekend.com that contains a schedule of sessions offered, and a list of the speakers. PIPW produces the annual Ventura County Writers Weekend event along with workshops and other services to deliver professional advise to area writers. Founded in 2010, PIPW’s mission: to promote the skills and standards for professional writing. The Institute’s goal: to see the art and craft of writing continue to be a prominent part of our communities by connecting unpublished writers with the professional community of
editors, agents and publishers. “We were founded to deliver professional level education for all genres of writing,” said Kate Sexton, executive director of PIPW. “We’ve been fortunate to have the support of area professionals who lead our workshops and participate on panels for the conferences. We began in Santa Barbara because of its rich literary traditions and the quality of authors, editors and publishers living there. Our programs quickly moved into Ventura County.” PIPW sponsors other events including the very popular Writers Workshops with literary agent Toni Lopopolo and Fiction Writers Bootcamp with Ms. Lopopolo and legendary West Coast editor, author, and former professor from USC’s Masters in Professional Writing Program, Shelly Lowenkopf. Mr. Lowenkopf is a co-founder of PIPW. To learn more about PIPW visit www.PacificInstituteforProfessionalWriting. com.
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Former State Assemblyman Anthony Portantino, who was termed out of the Assembly last year and was replaced in November by former Pasadena City Councilman Chris Holden, plans to run for state Sen. Carol Liu’s 25th District seat when she’s termed out in 2016. The foothills district spans from Tujunga to Upland and comprises the Angeles National Forest and the cities adjacent to it. In an email to Beacon Media Wednesday, Portantino said “Although I have not made a formal announcement several hundred friends and neighbors from across the foothills have endorsed my effort.. A bi-partisan group of Mayors from the district have also endorsed, including the Mayor of South Pasadena, Pasadena, Glendale, Glendora, San Dimas, Duarte, Monrovia. In addition, a bi partisan group of city councilmembers, school board members and community college trustees have
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also endorsed. I’ve been humbled by the support I’ve received at such an early point in this campaign and I hope to continue that positive momentum. Folks in our region have wonderfully given me the opportunity to introduce myself and it makes a person feel very warm. There is unfinished business in Sacramento when it comes to transparency and account-
ability and prioritizing education and I’m looking forward to going back there to complete it.” Portantino served as a state assemblyman for the 44th District for six years. He has been a strong advocate for the California Public Records Act and an active opponent of the 710 Freeway extensions to Pasadena. He currently serves on the California Film Commission.
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The crowd went wild when ad the Sierra Madre City College co-eds enjoyed their morning shower along Sierra Madre Blvd. Missing this year was Uncle Sam who usually fiddles his way down the Blvd. The VFW members were the Grand Marshals
and all military members past and present were appropriately honored. In the evening the Rose Bowl lit up the night sky with what was deemed one of the largest fireworks shows in California. Meanwhile 28 people have been injured due to
malfunctioning fireworks at an annual 4th of July show in Simi Valley. Twenty people were taken to hospitals late Thursday with minor to moderate injuries after the blast at the city-run Fireworks Extravaganza at Rancho Santa Susana Community Park.
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Eclectic charm and cuisine in Claremont By Greg Aragon Claremont is more than a sleepy college town with tree-lined streets, craftsmen homes, mountain views and a charming village. It is also an exciting and eclectic city with great restaurants, pubs, boutique shops, museums, an awesome botanical garden, hiking, biking and more. A friend and I snuck away to Claremont recently and had so much fun we are already planning a return. Our getaway began at the mission-styled DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Claremont, where we checked into a spacious suite overlooking the pool, Jacuzzi and the property’s lush interior. The room featured two queen beds, a 37-inch flat-screen TV, high-speed internet and a large office desk. Besides comfortable rooms, the boutique hotel also boasts a fitness center, a full service day spa, and a gourmet restaurant
called The Orchard, which serves up California-Mediterranean fusion cuisine for lunch and dinner and a fabulous traditional buffet breakfast. The restaurant also has a full bar. Located on historic Route 66, at the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, the hotel is a perfect home base for touring Claremont. It is steps from PianoPiano, a club with live dueling pianos shows, comedy, food and drink; and a few blocks from The Village, where the heart of the city beats. To get to The Village we took the hotel’s free shuttle, which serendipitously dropped us off in front of Viva Madrid (www. vivamadrid.com), an authentic Spanish restaurant teeming with tasty tapas. Our meal began with Gamba al Ajillo, a favorite tapa in Spain, which features shrimp cooked with garlic, white wine, parsley, lemon juice, and extra virgin olive oil. Next we devoured Espárragos con Salmon, a delightful dish of asparagus wrapped with smoked salmon. Continuing down the extensive tapas list, we
split a Spanish salad with carrots, beets, fennel, and cucumber in a pomegranate dressing. We then enjoyed various tapas with fried squid with aloli sauce; steamed clams in a spicy paprika sauce; and mussels with onions, garlic, tomato and garlic sauce. While eating we sipped Estrella de Galcia, a smooth, refreshing Spanish beer, and admired the restaurant’s Spanish-styled décor, with large, old wooden front door, wooden chairs, a faux balcony, and walls lined with a bull’s head, swords, sculptures, mirrors and paintings. After dinner we strolled through The Village and discovered the Hip Kitty Jazz and Fondue (www.hipkittyjazz.com), a swanky and intimate jazz supper club and lounge. Located in a renovated 1922 Packing House, the place sparkles with a warm, vintage style that harkens back to “an era when jazz was subversive and fondue was all the rage.” The 21 and over club offers a retro menu with a wide selection of cheese, chocolate, and meat & sea-
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on the ballot by an initiative petition circulated by David Diaz, a resident who is also city of Los Angeles firefighter, with the support of the Monterey Park City firefighters union. Opponents of Measure FF have criticized the $100,000 cost of the special election for the single ballot measure. No other questions appeared on the ballot. In their argument in favor of Measure FF, proponents stated that “Your Yes vote on Measure FF will improve fire and paramedic service in Monterey Park and
save taxpayers more than $30 million over 10 years.” Thrilled with the outcome was Terry De Wolfe, who helped lead a coalition to help defeat Measure FF. De Wolfe said he was thrilled with defeating the iniative. “It was very welcome, certainly,” he said. “I think it was an effort the community can be proud of. I wasn’t even sure we were going to win. I was very surprised we had that big of margin.” De Wolfe added people from outside of Monterey Park were trying to tell those within the city limits what to
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food fondues in addition to a lounge menu. The place also has live music every night. During our visit, a group called Sean Amato & Friends were belting out a fantastic set of classic rock, American Standards and original music. The next morning, we enjoyed a delicious buffet breakfast at the hotel and worked out at the fitness center. We then lounged by the pool until heading back to The Village for a visit to
the Folk Music Center and Museum, where we played guitars and ukuleles and learned about the rich folk culture that has become a part of Claremont. We concluded our getaway at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden (www. rsabg.org). Home to the 10th largest herbarium in the US, the gardens house more than a million plant specimens, almost half of which are California plants. Since it was summer, we got
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them, even when the meter is not working properly. This was the law in California from 1935 to 2012, until a few cities began considering ordinances to reverse it, and the Los Angeles City Council actually passed an ordinance allowing for the ticketing of drivers who park at broken meters. An NBC4 investigative report found that, in a single year, more than 17,000 park-
ing tickets had been issued, for meters that had been reported to the City of Los Angeles as malfunctioning or broken. The overwhelming majority of these meters were not intentionally broken by motorists but, rather, had internal malfunctions, which the city had failed to fix. As cities transition from traditional meters to electronic ATMlike parking kiosks, which are more durable but subject to
the intricacies of complex electronics and the whim of Internet connections, this pattern is expected to stay the same. “Forcing a motorist to drive around aimlessly in search of a parking spot is not healthy for the driver or for the environment,” said Gatto. “And it’s just wrong to force a driver into an expensive lot when perfectly good spots are available on the street.”
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Chu hails senate's passage of immigration reform bill The U.S. Senate passed a bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform proposal by an overwhelming margin of 68 to 32 last week. “Today is a landmark moment in the fight to fulfill America’s promise as a nation of immigrants. More than two thirds of the Senate, from all reaches of the country and both ends of the political spectrum, answered the call for immigration reform that the American people made loud and clear in last year’s election.
In doing so, they also leveled a challenge for the House to follow suit. “So far, the House Republicans’ strategy for immigration reform has been to slow-walk and cherry pick. On the same day that the Senate passed their compromise bill, the House marked up an ideological bill that completely disregarded the needs of minority and immigrant communities laid out by the Congressional Tri-Caucus. “This overt partisanship
cannot last if the House is going to rise to the occasion. I urge my colleagues on the other side of the aisle to join us in good faith to solve our immigration problems, and to stop undercutting the sincere efforts that Republicans and Democrats in the Senate have put forth. The time for immigration reform is undoubtedly now, and the time for the political games to end has long passed. We must get this done.” Judy Chu told Beacon Media last week.
Mini marathon marred by maladies and lack of medals Despite the overwhelming heat on Sunday hearty athletes competed in Pasadena Forward’s Half Marathon. Fifteen people were overcome by the heat, and six people were transported to Huntington Hospital. But to add insult to injury, not all runners got their medals upon finishing. Apparently there was a shortage of the bling to
pass out to those who paid their fees to run in the unremitting heat. However the website for Pasadena Forward offered this consolation prize: “Congratulations to all finishers, and a huge thanks to all of the volunteers who braved the heat from as early as 3:30 am until noon with set up, clean up and everything in between. There were a
few shortcomings in our plans this year...If you did not receive your medal, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your bib number. We will be placing a replacement order within a few days and will mail them out just as soon as they arrive. We are sincerely soarry for this disappointing lapse on our behalf but we do hope to make it right.”
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15th annual Wiggle Waggle Walk coming September 29th The fundraiser for the Pasadena Humane Society sets $400,000 goal Animal lovers are invited to put their best feet forward at the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA’s 15th annual Wiggle Waggle Walk – a community fundraiser for animals – at Brookside Park adjacent to the Rose Bowl. Organizers hope to raise $400,000 through the event, which will provide food, shelter and medical care to homeless animals, nearly 12,000 of which are taken in by the humane society every year. The walk will start at 9 a.m. on Sunday, September 29. Thousands of people and their dogs are expected to take part in the walk, which begins at 9 a.m. Walkers and their dogs can choose either a one-mile or three-mile
route around the outside of the Rose Bowl stadium before enjoying a free Pet Expo at the park. Participants do not need a dog to join the fun—just a desire to help animals—and they can walk individually or form teams. “The Wiggle Waggle Walk is a fun event that brings everyone together to help animals in need,” says Steve McNall, president and CEO of the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA. “This is our biggest fundraiser of the year. We would not be able to provide the level of care to all the animals without the community’s support.” Participants are encouraged to fundraise for the animals by creating personal web pages through the Wiggle Waggle Walk website and asking family, friends and
co-workers for donations. Non-walkers, and those unable to attend the event, can also create fundraising web pages through this site. Entrants who raise $50 will receive an official Wiggle Waggle Walk Tshirt. Registration is free. Check-in starts at 8 a.m. at the entrance to Brookside Park. The walk will begin at 9:00 a.m. and the Pet Expo will take place immediately after the walk until 1 p.m. The Pet Expo will feature K9 demonstrations by the Pasadena Police Department, a variety of pet product booths, paw-tapping music and fun dog contests. This year’s sponsors include Wells Fargo, VCA Animal Hospitals, and Community Bank. For more information, visit www.wigglewagglewalk. org.
Labor Chair Hernández’ says Supreme Court decision is ‘Historic’ Assemblymember Roger Hernandez released the following statement regarding today’s Supreme Court of the United States ruling on same-sex marriage: “Today is a historic day for Californians and same-sex marriage advocates around the nation. I am proud to
stand with activists in support of a more just society where individuals have the protective right to marry his or her partner. California will soon resume providing the opportunity with same-sex marriages for the residents of this state. Today’s victory in our na-
tion’s highest court will shed light on the resounding effect of the resilient support around the country. I look forward to share in this momentous occasion with friends and colleagues for a better tomorrow where equal rights continue to be protected.”
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partment in numerous ways, working virtually every special and leadership assignment. He served as patrol commander, investigative and support services division commander, watch commander, special enforcement team detective and SWAT team leader, in addition to many more, officials said. He managed and oversaw programs including traf-
fic enforcement, less lethal weapons, the field training officer program, the weapons range, department-wide training, the department’s Manual Update Committee and many administrative functions, officials said. LaCommare is a graduate of the Supervisory Leadership Institute and POST Command College, and holds a bachelor’s degree in public administration
from the University of La Verne and a master’s degree in emergency services management from California State University, Long Beach, officials said. He also received commendations for narcotics enforcement, resolving a hostage situation and marksmanship, officials said (Shel Segal can be reached at email@example.com).
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pay fees for park improvements. Those funds were initially set aside in the area undergoing development. Low-income communities and communities of color suffer the most from disparities in access to green space and from health and social problems that stem from such inequities. In 2011, the
City Project released a study which found many areas in California and in particular Los Angeles County can be considered park poor. “Park poor” defined in California law refers to any geographic are that provides less than three acres of green space per 1,000 residents. “As the construction of
homes begins to increase in our state once again, this bill will also provide partnerships with not only local school districts, but with universities, counties and others to provide this much needed green space,” said Hernández. AB 1359 moves to the Senate Appropriations Committee for consideration.
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Collision with LASD patrol car in La Puente results in DUI arrest Early Thursday morning, a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy, in a marked black and white patrol car, was traveling southbound Hacienda Boulevard crossing the intersection of Ector Street in La Puente when an early model Honda Civic collided into the left front quarter panel, causing the deputy to lose control of his vehicle. The collision occurred on July 4, 2013, at approximately 3:00 AM. The driver of the Honda Civic, who was traveling northbound on Hacienda Boulevard, attempted to make a left turn onto Ector Street. During this turn, the driver of the Honda Civic collided with the marked black and white patrol car as it was traveling southbound on Hacienda Boulevard. The patrol car traveled across the southbound lanes of Hacienda Boulevard, eventually jumping
onto the west sidewalk and crashing into a concrete light pole. The light pole fell onto the roof top and the trunk of the patrol car then came to rest on the west sidewalk. Fortunately, the deputy managed to safely exit the vehicle on his own. He was transported to a local hospital for evaluation and later released. The driver of the Honda Civic, 28 year-old Salvador Sanchez of La Puente, sustained minor injuries and was transported to a local hospital for evaluation. An investigation was conducted at the scene and Suspect Salvador Sanchez was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol at the hospital. He was subsequently booked at the Inmate Reception Center for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol Causing Injury to Another Person, with a bail of $100,000.00.
19 hot shot firefighters die in Arizona fire 5 Firefighters from California lost
The bodies of 19 elite firefighters overtaken by a raging wildfire in central Arizona were recovered and taken to the Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s Office Tuesday, Prescott Fire Chief Dan Fraijo said. The Yarnell fire killed 19 of 20 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshot Crew, who ranged in age from 21 to 43 years old. Fraijo said the only member of the crew who was not killed by the inferno was on an assignment away from the incident. However he didn’t know where the firefighter had been deployed. “He feels terribly and we all feel terribly,” Fraijo said at a news conference Tuesday. “Unfortunately, we have very few words to express that kind of sorrow.” Flags in Los Angeles County were at half-staff Tuesday to honor firefighters who died battling the blaze raging in Arizona. The tragedy was particularly felt in California, where five of the dead firefighters grew up. Grant McKee, Costa Mesa,21, Kevin Woyjeck,
By Terry Miller 21, of Seal Beach, Sean Misner, 26, of the Santa Ynez Valley, and Hemet natives William “Billy” Warneke, 25, and Chris MacKenzie, 30, perished with members of the Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew. Misner was related to Montecito Fire Chief Terry McElwee according to a report from the Associated Press. Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. Tuesday issued the following statement regarding the 19 firefighters who Pasadena firefighters honor fallen brothers at a remembrance ceremony were killed near Prescott, Ari- held recently at Pasadena City Hall. -Photo by Terry Miller zona yesterday: job every day, and the sacri- the magnitude of such sacri“Anne and I were sad- fices they often have to make fice. The fire service is bound dened to learn of the deaths to keep the rest of us safe.” by our commitment to those of 19 firefighters from the California Department we protect and, in that spirit, Granite Mountain Inter- of Forestry and Fire Protec- I offered our assistance duragency Hotshot Crew as they tion (CAL FIRE) Chief Ken ing this trying time. We stand worked bravely and selflessly Pimlott also issued the follow- ready to help in any way we to protect their fellow Arizo- ing statement: can should the need arise.” nans from the Yarnell Hill “On behalf of all CaliIn honor of the fallen fire,” said Governor Brown. fornians, I expressed condo- firefighters, Capitol flags will “Our thoughts are with the lences to Arizona State For- be flown at half-staff as are families of the deceased, their ester Scott Hunt today for his many area firehouses. fire service colleagues and state’s tragic and painful loss This most recent tragic the people of Arizona as they of 19 firefighters,” said Chief firefighter loss is second only mourn this tremendous loss. Pimlott. “Our thoughts are to the events which took This tragedy reminds us once with the Arizona fire service over 30 firefighters’ lives in again of the courage our pub- and the families of the fallen Griffith Park during the Delic safety workers bring to the as they struggle to cope with pression.
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RARE OPPORTUNITY for a month-to-month lease in Pasadena. This is a spacious 1 bedroom/2 bath condo. This unit has a roomy master suite, dining area and a large patio. The complex has a ‘buzz in’ security entrance, secure mailboxes in the lobby, 2 laundry rooms, 2 elevators, a swimming pool and clubhouse with adjacent BBQ area. This complex is walking distance to restaurants, stores, a park and the Rose Parade. CENTURY 21 LUDECKE INC (626) 445-0123
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Cute one bedroom, one bath cottage. Walking distance to downtown. Refrigerator, dishwasher, free standing range. One car garage and one parking space additional. (A70) CENTURY 21 VILLAGE REALTY 626-355-1451 WWW.C21VILLAGE.COM
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38 W. SIERRA MADRE BLVD., SIERRA MADRE