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August 1, 2009
?I?m not willing to sit here and tell everyone up in La Crescenta we are going to turn your highway into a giant parking lot for trucks.? ? Councilwoman Laura Friedman on voting to formally oppose the proposed 710 Freeway extension. ? ? ?This is a huge take away from redevelopment agencies. We?ve never seen anything like this before.? ? City Manager Jim Starbird on a $1.7 billion take away of redevelopment funding from cities across the state as a part of the state?
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July 13, 2012
Raymond Joseph Martin, Sr. Born on September 19, 1927 in New York City. Deceased from Parkinson's complications on July 9, 2012. He was a World War Two Naval Veteran and a sales executive. Ray was a resident of Glendale, California for over forty-five years. Friends and family will miss his humor and generous spirit. He will be remembered as a loving father, grandfather, and as a charming and witty storyteller. He was a longtime member of the Santa Anita Turf Club. Ray also enjoyed coaching local baseball, softball, football, and basketball teams.
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By Don Mazen | December 9, 2005
To herald the Christmas celebration, a Yuletide cantata, "The Voices of Christmas," is coming to Mt. Olive Lutheran Church in La Crescenta on Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. with the community invited. Admission is free. With an accompanying orchestra and narration segments, the cantata by Joseph Martin will feature the Mt. Olive Clarion Choir along with singers from other area churches, combining for 23 voices. The 14-member orchestra will comprise musicians from the Foothill area.
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By Veronica Rocha | July 29, 2009
GLENDALE — Substance abuse counselor Joseph Martin has been dedicated for more than six months to kicking his 25-year-old smoking habit. Martin, a Glendale resident, believed the only way to really reach out to his clients at Alta Met, a substance abuse clinic, was to quit something he also had trouble giving up. “I wanted to start practicing what I preach,” he said. Upon learning of the roughly 4,000 chemicals inside cigarettes, Martin said he was motivated to quit.
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September 12, 2001
SPORTS STAFF CIF Rankings as of Sept. 11 FOOTBALL DIVISION I 1. Long Beach Poly (1-0) 2. LOYOLA (1-0) 3. Los Alamitos (1-0) 4. Mater Dei (1-0) 5. Santa Margarita (0-0-1) 6. Esperanza (1-0) 7. Bishop Amat (1-0) 8. Eisenhower (0-1) 9. Redlands (1-0) 10. Edison (1-0) DIVISION III 1. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (1-0) 2. Hart (1-0) 3. CRESCENTA VALLEY (1-0) 4. Palmdale (1-0) 5. Mira Costa (1-0)
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July 13, 2012
Raymond Joseph Martin, Sr. Born on September 19, 1927 in New York City. Deceased from Parkinson's complications on July 9, 2012. He was a World War Two Naval Veteran and a sales executive. Ray was a resident of Glendale, California for over forty-five years. Friends and family will miss his humor and generous spirit. He will be remembered as a loving father, grandfather, and as a charming and witty storyteller. He was a longtime member of the Santa Anita Turf Club. Ray also enjoyed coaching local baseball, softball, football, and basketball teams.
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August 1, 2009
?I?m not willing to sit here and tell everyone up in La Crescenta we are going to turn your highway into a giant parking lot for trucks.? ? Councilwoman Laura Friedman on voting to formally oppose the proposed 710 Freeway extension. ? ? ?This is a huge take away from redevelopment agencies. We?ve never seen anything like this before.? ? City Manager Jim Starbird on a $1.7 billion take away of redevelopment funding from cities across the state as a part of the state?
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