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July 26, 2008
SEGER ? BORDERS Emma Seger and Randall Borders of Costa Mesa have announced their engagement. The bride-to-be is the daughter of David and Beverly Seger of Glendale. She graduated in 2003 from Crescenta Valley High School and graduated in 2008 from UC Irvine with two bachelor?s degrees, one in film and media studies from the school of humanities and the other in studio art from the school of fine arts. The groom-elect is the son of Phil and Marianne Borders of La Mirada.
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By Melanie Hicken, melanie.hicken@latimes.com | July 8, 2010
CITY HALL — Glendale residents may soon take part in a new Los Angeles County program to help property owners with the high upfront cost of installing solar energy systems and other energy-efficient upgrades. The City Council unanimously approved the city's participation in the Los Angeles County Energy Program, which was approved last year to encourage county residents to reduce their energy consumption by at least 20%. Under the federally funded program, homeowners can apply through the county financing for energy-efficient retrofits and upgrades, ranging from new air conditioners to solar panels, officials said.
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By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | July 2, 2010
GLENDALE — As the summer heat leads to increased fire danger, fire officials are anxiously awaiting the arrival of two Canadian aircraft, expected to touch down in September. Supervisor Mike Antonovich renewed a five-year contract with the Quebec government to lease two CL-415 "Super Scoopers" during Los Angeles County's fire season, officials said. The turboprops are expected to reach Los Angeles County on Sept. 1 and will remain until Nov. 31, officials said. The aircraft, which can be airborne in five minutes and fly for three hours without refueling, has been used countywide to battle stubborn blazes in rough terrain.
NEWS
May 17, 2011
2/13/27 - 5/15/11 Born in San Francisco, CA and was an 80 year resident of Los Angeles County. A graduate of Loyola High School (1945) and Loyola University (1951). Was a WWII veteran in the US Army with the rank of Platoon Sergeant in the Paratroops. He leaves his wife, Peggy, of 60 years and three sons, Tom (Karen), Jim, and Dan (Claudia), and daughter Mary Ann (Patrick). He leaves six granchildren, Kelly (Brett), Lindsey, Tommy, Danny, Andrew, and Nicole. Funeral Thursday at 11:00am at St. Francis Xavier Church in Burbank.
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha | February 18, 2010
LA CRESCENTA — Dozens of foothill residents at a public meeting Wednesday night told officials that they were frustrated with what they said were careless dump truck drivers hauling dirt back-and-forth through their neighborhood. From running stop signs to talking on their cell phones, residents who attended the meeting at the Center for Spiritual Living said they had witnessed multiple violations among the dozens of truck drivers hired by Los Angeles County to haul away dirt and mud from clogged debris catch basins.
NEWS
October 31, 2000
Michael Antonovich Measure A, the latest attempt by special interests and termed-out state legislators to nearly double the size and cost of the County Board of Supervisors is anything but "good for the county" taxpayers. It empowers government at the expense of the taxpayer. It does not add on more sheriff's deputy, firefighter, child care worker, doctor, nurse, park or public library. Los Angeles County taxpayers already have more than 1,000 elected representatives.
NEWS
May 31, 2000
Alecia Foster GLENDALE -- Glendale was relatively peaceful during the holiday weekend, but that was not the case for the state's highways. Police spokesman Sgt. Rick Young said there were no major problems within the city during the Memorial Day weekend. Highway traffic deaths were down in the state, but drunken driving arrests were up, according to California Highway Patrol statistics. Statewide, 19 people were killed in traffic accidents between Friday evening and Monday morning.
NEWS
September 14, 2002
Janine Marnien The Crescenta Valley Town Council hopes any remaining confusion over brush clearance in Pickens Canyon will be settled Thursday. Representatives from the Los Angeles County Fire Department Forestry Division and the office of the Los Angeles County Agricultural Commissioner and Weights and Measures will be on hand at the council's September meeting to answer questions from the public about brush clearance requirements and give an update on measures taken in Pickens Canyon.
NEWS
By Mary O’Keefe | December 26, 2008
Motorists are seeing more California Highway Patrol officers on the highway over the holidays during the Christmas Maximum Enforcement Period that began Wednesday and will run through midnight on Dec. 28. ?If you choose to drink and drive this holiday season, those flashing red lights in your rear-view mirror won?t belong to a red-nosed reindeer, but to a CHP officer?s vehicle,? warned CHP spokesperson Officer Todd Workman in a holiday statement. In addition to having more units out on the roads, CHP reminds motorists to have a non-drinking driver if they plan to attend holiday parties, and to follow all traffic laws including speed limits, and to always wear seatbelts.
NEWS
May 15, 2008
ON THE AGENDA The following items will be discussed at tonight?s Crescenta Valley Town Council Meeting: ? The Town Council is expected to update the community on the proposed community standards district ? a set of design guidelines for Foothill Boulevard. The guidelines were slated to go before the Los Angeles County Planning Commission in May, but that meeting has since been postponed. WHAT TO EXPECT The council will likely detail the county?
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