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Volume XV, No. XXXIV
Residents Not Happy With Coyote Trapping By Terry Miller
Photo by Terry Miller Erik Schrody, better known by his stage name Everlast, is a Grammy-Award winning Irish-American rapper and singer-songwriter, known for his solo hit “What It’s Like” and as the front-man for rap group House of Pain. Everlast was one of over 20 top musicians who performed at the inauguaral Pasadena Jazz Festival sonsored by Red White and Bluezz.
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Pasadena Women Celebrate The Right to Vote By Terry Miller
The City of Sierra Madre is sponsoring two “Walk and Talks” and Community Water Forums dedicated to the topic of water operations, water capital improvements, and water department finances. Residents can
Lillian San Filippo, 5, of Altadena, held a sign almost twice her size… “Votes For Women” during the Women’s Organizations of Greater Pasadena which was celebrating the 90th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, by walking around
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he Los Angeles County’s Regional Planning Commission will hear staff reprorts and recommendations, consider all public testimony and dedide on an application for a conditional use permit for a Medical Marijuana Dispensary at 4332 East Live Oak in Arcadia. Owners of the property and proposed site are working with community members to educate the neighbors about not only the merits of medical marijuana and also the hi tech security systems Leon San Blas and partner Bob Doolittle are installing to prevent any theft. Leon San Blas’ vision is to help those with medical conditions that would benefit from medical marijuana, but only if they have a valid doctor’s prescription. The issues surrounding medical marijuana are as complex as they are divisive.
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The City of Arcadia’s decision to spend $30,000 on a coyote trapping program has brought out a plethora of reaction in the community. This newspaper and others have received numerous calls and letters regarding the issue. We published a resident’s letter recently condemning the decision. During public comment at a city council meeting recently residents also voiced the objection that these creatures deserve to right to live just as each of us does. Pointing out that man has infringed on wildlife with development, one reader was devastated that a city would take such drastic action to control wildlife. Common sense and extra precaution are the keywords in preventing wild animal attacks... The program, which has trapped a few coyotes since it began Aug. 16, was suspended two years ago due to budgetary constraints, said special projects manager Linda Garcia. The trapped coyotes are euthanized since state law prohibits trapped coyotes from being relocated to other areas, she said. Mayor Peter Amundson said he thinks we need to learn to live with them (Coyotes) ... but asserted that the trapping program was something (the city) had to do in response to complaints of coyote attacks. By comparison, Pasadena has numerous coyote attacks involving pets and yet many residents choose to deal with the issue with planning and keeping food sourc-
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By Dorothy Denne I was always taught to respect my elders, but it keeps getting harder to find one. This is for all “old timers” (meaning everyone maybe over 60?) who no longer use a clothesline, and probably haven’t given one a thought in years. But, I don’t think we should forget how to properly use one, just in case................ THE BASIC RULES FOR CLOTHESLINES WERE; 1. You had to wash the clothesline before hanging any clothes. Walk the entire length of each line wiping the line with a damp cloth. 2. You had to hang the clothes in a certain order, and always hang “whites” with “whites”, and hang them first. 3. You never hung a shirt by the shoulders - always by the tail. What would the neighbors think? 4. Wash day on a Monday...Never hang clothes on the weekend, certainly not Sunday, for Heaven’s sake!
Continued from page 1 tour the water treatment & distribution plant, meet water department staff, learn about what’s involved in providing quality water, obtain information about the department’s finances, and most importantly, ask questions. Community Water Forums are another opportunity to learn about the City’s water department, finances, operations,
5. Hang the sheets and towels on the outside lines so you could hide your “unmentionables” in the middle (perverts & busybodies, y’know!) 6. It didn’t matter if it was sub-zero weather...Clothes would “freeze-dry.” 7. Always gather the clothes pins when taking down dry clothes. Pins left on the line were “tacky!” 8. If you were efficient, you would line the clothes up so that each item did not need two clothes pins, but shared one with the next washed item. 9. Clothes had to be off the line before dinner time, neatly folded in the clothes basket, and ready to be ironed. 10. IRONED? Well, that’s a whole other subject! POEM: A clothesline was a news forecast To neighbors passing by. There were no secrets you could keep When clothes were hung to dry.
As brand new infant clothes were hung, So carefully with pride.
It also was a friendly link For neighbors always knew If company had stopped on by To spend a night or two. For then you’d see the “fancy sheets” And towels upon the line; You’d see the “company table cloths” With intricate design.
But clotheslines now are of the past, For dryers make work much less, Now what goes on inside a home Is any body’s guess.
The line announced a baby’s birth From folks who lived inside -
The ages of the children could So readily be known. By watching how the sizes changed, You’d know how much they’d grown. It also told when illness struck, As extra sheets were hung; Then nightclothes, and a bathrobe, too, Haphazardly were strung. It also said, “Gone on vacation now” When lines hung limp and bare. It told, “We’re back” when full lines sagged With not an inch to spare. New folks in town were scorned upon If wash was dingy and gray, As neighbors carefully raised their brows, And looked the other way....
I really miss that way of life. It was a friendly sign When neighbors knew each other best By what hung on the line!
Sierra Madre Water Forum and ask questions, without the need to walk around the water department maintenance facility. This fall, the Sierra Madre City Council will discuss increasing the City’s water rates, again. The city is asking for your input and comments at a Walk & Talk, or a Community Water Forum, or by contacting City Hall – the
City Council will use your input and comments when they discuss a future water rate increase. Community Water Forum - Monday, Sept. 13, 7:00 pm Youth Activity Center - 611 E. Sierra Madre Blvd. Walk & Talk Wednesday, Sept. 29, 6:00 pm Public Works Yard 621 E. Sierra Madre Blvd.
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Letters to the Editor M E D I A ,
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Dear Editor That individual Donald Skelton who assaulted people with his vehicle; were you aware that because of his act and because of the Hispanic that attacked Control 21 at East Fork, a safety alert was issued for the ANF? The alert has been canceled but his actions coupled to the previous incident raised safety alerts across the whole ANF. Any way, awesome photographs of the fire suppression effort *and* of the arrest. I’m glad that guy is currently off our streets and getting some forced evaluation. Name withheld: Via Email
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Brad Healy Victor Buell
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COYOTE CONCERNS Dear Editor, Thank you for printing my letter of concern about the wildlife in the area. Thank you also for clarifying your article on coyote attacks and explaining the reasons for increased wildlife sightings. It is true, coyotes rarely attack humans. I stand corrected in reference to educating immigrant residents about “our” wildlife. It is not “our” wildlife, therefore not ours to kill. I should have said, “ the indigenous wildlife.” I, myself, am an immigrant, as well as the vast majority of my neighbors who have lived here for years. The majority of new residents moving in are as well, thus, my use of the term, “immigrant residents.” I should have,instead, included anyone moving into the neighborhood from an urban area, not just people from other countries. I apologize. I spoke out of concern. The wildlife has become endeared to me after witnessing undue hate toward them. From seeing people throw rocks and scream at deer, to demanding bears be shot and killed by police, to the hiring of a trapper to kill coyotes. Your article on the coyote attacks, was in my opinion, an exploitation of peoples fears, making matters worse for wildlife. Fear is what I am trying to diminish in
my neighborhood through education. I felt compelled to speak up because I have seen very little done to promote wildlife’s right to exist.Other communities are more tolerant of wildlife, why is it that Arcadia is not? The wildlife that was here before any of us should be treated with the respect they deserve. I stand by my opinion that education for residents is the key. Killing should be a last resort. Once again, I apologize for causing any misinterpretation. Thanks you, Karen Schade
COYOTE WARNING Warning for people who have small dogs and children. After reading all the stories of Coyote’s being seen around ourArcadia neighborhoods, I thought I would share a Coyote story thathappened to my dear friend’s Kristina, John and Andrew. A few sunday’s ago, around 8 pm, their little 14 year old Pomerian dog named Misia went outside to do her business, but she never came back into the house. They called for her, and went looking all over the neighborhood, but to no avail did they find their precious little dog. Needless to say, they were heartbroken and spent a sleepless night worrying about Misia. After hearing the sad
news, I suggested that they put up flyers with with her picture and their phone number, in case anyone had spotted Misia. A neighbor who lived in the back of them on the next street, called and stated that a clump of fur had been found in his yard, so they assumed that a coyote had scaled the 6 foot fence and carried their sweet Misia away. My dear friends were just devastated and heart broke over their loss, so John drove to Long Beach and got another Pom puppy wholooked exacty like Misia. Well, I must tell you, two weeks later Little Misia went outside to doher business, and they herd her scream, they all rushed outsideyelling and clapping their hands, only to see a coyote ready to jump the fence with Misia in it’s mouth, the coyote dropped the little puppy, and she was whippering and lifeless. Kristina wrapped her bloody limp body in a towel, and they rushedher to the animal emergency hospital. The vet mended her woundswith staples and IV, it was touch and go for a few days, but by thegrace of God, Misia survived the attack, and after three weeks, she isalmost back to her happy bouncy self. We live in an urban jungle, it may look like a tranquil setting, but there are wild animals lurking about. About 10 years ago, my husband and I had a Coyote come thru an open door
and we found it hiding in our bedroom, it was very shocking to see this wild animal in our house, we called animal control and they removed it, thank goodness. So please keep a watchful eye on your children and small pets, to
avoid a tragic coyote attack. Sue Herron EDITOR’S NOTE: As with all wildlife, authorities recommend you keep your pets in at night and do not leave any food sources outside.
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Alverno High School Celebrates The Golden Years of Educating Women
lverno High School, a Catholic, college preparatory school for young women, located at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains, is celebrating fifty years of educating young women. For this, its Gold Anniversary, empowerment is the institution’s main theme, since this is something the school has from its first days sought to achieve and, as most will heartily agree, accomplished for the
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events aim to unite the school community with the surrounding community, which have for so long benefited from each other. Going forward, Alverno High School’s goal, as it has always been, will be to maintain its high standards and lofty objectives not only for the current students, but also for prospective ones and, indeed, future generations of young women. On September 18, 2010, Alverno High School
will kick start the fall season with a cocktail reception and program. In the spring, the school is holding its annual gala and auction with dinner and dancing to be held on March 19, 2011. And, to conclude the yearlong celebration, a community-wide family barbeque and picnic will be held May 21, 2011. These events will be held on the school’s historic campus in the charming City of Sierra Madre.
People from all surrounding communities are invited to attend any and all of these events; after all, Alverno High School draws students from across Southern California and sends them throughout the world as conscientious and accomplished young women. For further information on obtaining tickets for any of these events, please contact Wendy Finch-Burk, Director of Development and Alumnae Relations.
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Youths will soon have 12 school playgrounds to choose from for their afterschool recreation and enrichment. Organized by the city of Pasadena Human Services and Recreation Department, the After School Playground program is a socially active experience that lets children choose from among many activities. “Our goal is to provide a safe and healthy setting on the playground that is fun for children,” said Darrell Walker, recreation supervisor.
Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 14, the program will be available to children ages 5 to 14 years old, and includes sports, a health and wellness program, arts and crafts, drama, dance, board games, homework assistance and free snacks at most sites. Programs are at Pasadena Unified School District playgrounds throughout Pasadena and operate from school dismissal bell through 6 p.m. daily. Programs are closed on school holidays and pupil-free days. School locations are:
Don Benito, 3700 Denair St. Field, 3600 E. Sierra Madre Blvd. Hamilton, 2089 Rose Villa St. Jackson, 593 W. Woodbury Rd. Jefferson, 1500 E. Villa StLongfellow, 1065 E. Washington Blvd. James Madison, 515 Ashtabula St. Roosevelt, 314 N. Pasadena Ave. San Rafael, 1090 Nithsdale Rd. Webster, 2101 E. Washington Blvd.
Willard, 301 S. Madre Ave. Enrollment fees per school semester are $25 per child and $22.50 for each additional sibling. Registration is now available at www.cityofpasadena.net/reserve (click on View Activities). Walk-in registration is available at Jackie Robinson Center, 1020 N. Fair Oaks Ave. For more information contact Stephanie Carter at (626) 744-7532, firstname.lastname@example.org or Elizabeth Luna at (626) 744-7302, eluna@ cityofpasadena.net.
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last five decades. The faculty and staff’s overwhelming enthusiasm for teaching young girls throughout the years that the world is at their fingertips and there are no limits to their ambitions and dreams, is, itself, worthy of celebrating. The school has chosen to commemorate its achievements over the last fifty years with a series of benefits and events during the 2010-2011 academic calendar year. These
In just a few weeks, more than 1,000 Pasadenaarea young women are estimated to become a part of Pasadena history as they participate in this unique selection process. This is a wonderful opportunity for young women who live in the Pasadena surrounding area to represent not only their city, but their school and the Tournament of Roses. After a month-long try-out process,
seven finalists will be named to the 2011 Royal Court. As ambassadors of the Tournament of Roses® and the city of Pasadena, the 2011 Rose Queen & Royal Court will reign over the 122nd Rose Parade® and 97th Rose Bowl Game® on January 1, themed Building Dreams, Friendships & Memories. The New Year celebration will be seen by millions of people around
the world. Participants can pre-register for the 2010-2011 Rose Queen and Royal Court Tryouts by submitting an application at http://www.tournamentofroses.com/participants/court-registration.asp. The Rose Queen & Royal Court initial tryouts will take place: Saturday, September 18, 2009, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Monday, September 20, 2009, 3 p.m. – 5
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