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NEWS
August 22, 2008
It was a muggy Saturday night in the Foothills. We were out for a walk, the dog and I. Silent lightning flashed beyond the Arroyo. An owl hooted. Miss Audrey Hepburn strained at her leash. Strange weather, I said to Miss Hepburn. Yes, came the unexpected reply. It was not Miss Hepburn. It was her. The Anonymous Source. The Source handed me a brown paper bag, smiled, and then she was gone. I opened the bag and saw a manuscript. The date was 1935. I looked again and realized it was pay dirt: W. D. Chawner’s Caltech master’s thesis on the Great Montrose flood of 1934!
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NEWS
May 2, 2008
After seven years working its way in various forms through Congress, Rep. Adam Schiff?s Rim of the Valley Corridor Study, which could pave the way toward more than doubling the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, is finally on its way to the president?s desk. The bill is included in the Consolidated Natural Resources Act of 2008, which the House of Representatives passed on Tuesday. The Rim of the Valley study passed the House in December, but it had to be reconciled with Sen. Dianne Feinstein?
NEWS
April 30, 2008
Rim of the Valley study passes House The House of Representatives Tuesday sent Rep. Adam Schiff?s Rim of the Valley Corridor Study legislation to the president to be signed into law, culminating a seven-year effort to get the bill through both houses. The measure directs the secretary of the interior to study the feasibility of expanding the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area to include the mountains and canyons in Southern California that are part of the Rim of the Valley Corridor, as designated by the state.
LOCAL
January 23, 2008
Parents warn kids about mountain lion The PTA at Crescenta Valley High School is urging students to be careful if hiking in the San Gabriel Mountains following several recent cougar sightings in the foothills. The cougar that has been spotted might be the same animal that last year took a dog from a backyard in Pinecrest, a neighborhood north of La Crescenta Avenue, according to an e-bulletin sent by the school’s PTA. The Crescenta Valley Town Council has also cautioned the public about the cougar, which was spotted this month on the east side of JPL, Town Councilwoman Danette Erickson said.
NEWS
December 7, 2007
  Variance sought for car wash The Glendale Zoning Administrator will hold a public hearing on Dec. 12 on a proposed variance to construct a full-service car wash at an existing gas station at 3402 Foothill Boulevard. The hearing will be held in Room 103 of the Municipal Services building, at 633 East Broadway. The hearing begins at 9:30 a.m. The applicant, Rodney Kahn of Kahn Consulting, is asking for a variance from four code requirements. More information about the project is available by calling city planner Roger Kiesel at (818)
NEWS
By Ryan Vaillancourt | December 6, 2007
GLENDALE — The House of Representatives voted Tuesday in favor of Rep. Adam Schiff’s Rim of the Valley Act, which could lead to adding some Glendale land to the federally protected Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. Billed by supporters as a way to preserve open space in Los Angeles County for generations, the measure directs the secretary of the interior to study the feasibility of expanding the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area to include additional portions of the mountains and canyons within the Rim of the Valley corridor.
NEWS
October 12, 2007
This fall the Council has been wrapping up projects from this year and gearing up for our election, which will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3 in the Crescenta Valley High School Career Center, 2900 Community Avenue, one block below Foothill Blvd, between Ramsdell and Glenwood Avenues. One topic of interest these past few months has been the continuing saga of the unleashed dogs at Two Strike and CV Parks. LA County Police Captain Paul Gallo spoke to the Council and public regarding the increase of patrols and enforcement of the leash law at these two parks.
NEWS
September 1, 2007
It wasn’t easy to say goodbye to Chris Gray, Glendale’s fire chief since 2001, who left the department Thursday after 21 years of service. As he and his family leave, we wish them well as they head north, where Gray will take the helm of San Rafael’s fire department. And we thank him deeply for his service. The outpouring of thanks and good wishes for the future for Gray and his family on Thursday during a ceremony at Fire Station 21 came from all different area of the community, and were well deserved.
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