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By Zain Shauk | September 11, 2009
GLENDALE — Homeowners may get an unprecedented property tax break in 2010 if the California Board of Equalization this fall determines there has been deflation in the past year, officials said. Property taxes are calculated based on a home’s assessed value at the time of its purchase. Because the calculation is tied to inflation, property tax rolls have never decreased, according to the Board of Equalization. So assessors statewide found themselves scratching their heads this year about the possibility of deflation, which hasn’t happened with taxable property values since the state’s calculation methods were enacted with Proposition 13 in 1978, Los Angeles County Assessor Rick Auerbach said.
SPORTS
By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | September 7, 2012
SAN MARINO - What was a close, hotly-contest nonleague football game for 42 minutes bordered on a blowout six minutes later. That's because the San Marino High football team scored two touchdowns over the final 5 minutes and 20 seconds of Friday's home game and pulled away from Crescenta Valley for a 27-7 win. The victory marks the second year in a row the Titans (2-0) have started off with consecutive season-opening triumphs in the two-year run of head coach Mike Hobbie. “Our kids fought their [butts]
SPORTS
By Charles Rich and Andrew Shortall | October 24, 2012
Though the Crescenta Valley High and Hoover football teams are stuck at the bottom of the Pacific League with identical records of 3-5, 1-4 in league, there still figures to be at least a story line or two when the teams battle at 7 p.m. Friday at Glendale High's Moyse Field. For starters, it might figure to be a quick game, as the Falcons and Tornadoes have been more inclined to run the ball this season. The contest will also pit two of the top running backs in the league.
SPORTS
May 14, 2004
For a few minutes last Friday, the Crescenta Valley boys' varsity baseball team was beside itself with joy. The Falcons were down to their final out when starting pitcher Trevor Bell smacked a solo home run in the top of the seventh inning to pull the Falcons even, 3-3, with host Hoover in Pacific League action. However, their elation turned into deflation when the opposing pitcher, John La, hit a single with the bases loaded in the bottom of the inning to win the game for the Tornadoes.
NEWS
June 26, 2003
How sad. Re: Sharon Weisman's, "Potential ways to avoid rent control, ease housing woes (June 13)" or better titled, "Communally crowded living and the taking of corporate salaries to 'spread it around more fairly in Glendale.'" But only another example of misspent thinking. And it must be a shock to one if ever waking up and finding yourself surrounded by reality. "Alternatives to rent control?" "Increase density," in an already overcrowded and traffic-clogged city?
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | November 11, 2009
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Deflation suddenly rose to elation for the members of the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball team Tuesday night. Staring at a second consecutive first-round postseason defeat, the Tologs couldn’t have picked a more appropriate time to make their most riveting comeback of the season. Flintridge Sacred Heart received 27 kills and 16 digs from Camille Coffey and 25 assists and 13 digs from Alessandra Orlandini to earn a surprising 15-25, 23-25, 25-23, 27-25, 15-7 come-from-behind home victory against Orange Lutheran in a CIF Southern Section Division 1-AA playoff match.
NEWS
July 16, 2001
Chuck Benedict Old-line television stations, hurrying to win big dollars, are setting new speed records in the craft's downhill slalom, beginning in pure snow and ending in mud. In its beginning, TV adopted radio's longtime standards and practices guidelines, and censorship was automatic. Now, dollar inflation and moral deflation have created "enticement" as a buzzword for the industry's appeal to the dark side of us. Is public censorship down the drain under the lame excuse that there is a free speech privilege promoting violence and allowing the bashing of religion, honesty and reasonable behavior?
NEWS
By June Casagrande | November 3, 2010
I've just been accused of schadenfreude — taking pleasure at someone else's misfortune. I'll admit I'm not above this rather base impulse. For example, the name Larry Craig still makes me smile. But in this case, I plead not guilty. You can be the judge. I was reading a CNBC finance story on a Yahoo news site recently when I came across this passage: "Asset allocation strategists haven't had an easy time in recent years. They've grappled with deflation, recession, plummeting U.S. stock markets and surging foreign economies.
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By Charles Rich and Andrew Shortall | October 24, 2012
Though the Crescenta Valley High and Hoover football teams are stuck at the bottom of the Pacific League with identical records of 3-5, 1-4 in league, there still figures to be at least a story line or two when the teams battle at 7 p.m. Friday at Glendale High's Moyse Field. For starters, it might figure to be a quick game, as the Falcons and Tornadoes have been more inclined to run the ball this season. The contest will also pit two of the top running backs in the league.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | September 7, 2012
SAN MARINO - What was a close, hotly-contest nonleague football game for 42 minutes bordered on a blowout six minutes later. That's because the San Marino High football team scored two touchdowns over the final 5 minutes and 20 seconds of Friday's home game and pulled away from Crescenta Valley for a 27-7 win. The victory marks the second year in a row the Titans (2-0) have started off with consecutive season-opening triumphs in the two-year run of head coach Mike Hobbie. “Our kids fought their [butts]
NEWS
By Zain Shauk | September 11, 2009
GLENDALE — Homeowners may get an unprecedented property tax break in 2010 if the California Board of Equalization this fall determines there has been deflation in the past year, officials said. Property taxes are calculated based on a home’s assessed value at the time of its purchase. Because the calculation is tied to inflation, property tax rolls have never decreased, according to the Board of Equalization. So assessors statewide found themselves scratching their heads this year about the possibility of deflation, which hasn’t happened with taxable property values since the state’s calculation methods were enacted with Proposition 13 in 1978, Los Angeles County Assessor Rick Auerbach said.
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