The Mayor’s monthly mini town-hall meeting will take place Thursday, April 10th at 8 a.m. at Crowell Public Library. Topics to be discussed are cell towers and city budget.
The San Marino Unified School District’s Cell Tower Advisory Committee voted unanimously Tuesday night to wait for the city’s Planning Commission to hear a request from Verizon Wireless for a conditional use permit – or CUP – to certify and operate a controversial tower currently located in the maintenance yard at Huntington Middle School rather than negotiate with the carrier to relocate the 80’ structure to another part of the campus.
Lieu, Yee and Liu Reverse Course on Quotas – Said “Not Now” SCA-5, a proposed California Constitutional Amendment to reinstate racial quotas in state university and college admissions died today when legislators announced the matter would not be brought up in the California Assembly. Former California Republican Party Chairman and candidate for Lt. Governor Ron [...]...Read More
A large contingent of about 100 Asian American protestors gathered at the Hilton San Gabriel Hotel Friday morning, voicing their opposition to Senate Constitution Amendment Number 5, an amendment which they say will allow the University of California and Cal State Universities to base admission policies on gender and race....Read More
As world leaders scramble to shape events in Ukraine, China has stood by unable even to articulate its stance, exposing its muddled approach to foreign affairs despite its fast-growing global interests and stature, analysts say....Read More
The San Marino City Council Wednesday night voted 3-1 to adopt the much debated draft Housing Element. The Element will likely be sent to the State next week, after which point the City will learn if it is certified.
Mayor Dennis Kneier will host community meetings every second Thursday of the month in the Barth Room of the Crowell Public Library from 8 am to 10 am. No registration is required.
China returned to the offensive Wednesday over Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to a contested war shrine warning the UN Security Council that such acts threaten peace.
The Arcadia Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Bob and Patsy Harbicht have been named Citizens of the Year for 2014-15.