Friday, July 31, 2015

Tree Falls on Children in Arroyo Near Rose Bowl, 8 Injured, 2 Critically

A 75-foot pine tree fell on eight children injuring two children critically in Brookside Park outside Kidspace Children’s Museum at approximately 4:50 p.m. on Tuesday.

City Studies Mansionization Community Meetings, Considers If Building Code Changes Are Needed

Pasadena’s Department of Planning and Community Development has wrapped up ten months of community meetings focused on “mansionization” effect in local neighborhoods and is now analyzing results before recommending changes to the city’s zoning code, if it finds that necessary.

City Announces It Is Retaining Independent Arbolist to Investigate Why Tree Fell, Injuring 8 Children
“Parks After Dark” Events Offer Teens Engaging Free Activities through Mid-August
YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley Racial Justice Award Nomination Deadline Approaching
Candidates, Library Tax Measure Slated for South Pasadena City Council Election in November 2015
Silicon Dragon Rises in Los Angeles: Debuts Conference Spotlighting LA-China Investment and Innovation
The Junior League’s First Recruitment Open House of the Summer Called “Huge Success”
Free Tours of Tournament House Approach Conclusion for 2015
Altadena Library Awarded $30,000 “Pitch An Idea” Grant
Frostig Holds Two-Day Training for Elementary School Teachers Helping Struggling Learners Succeed with Common Core
A Night With Janis Joplin Extends at The Pasadena Playhouse Through August 23
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