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Stoneman School; Kev Kurdoghlian Photo
Stoneman School; Kev Kurdoghlian Photo
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City Council Members Will Discuss Future of San Marino Center, Stoneman

Site of Recreation Department Needs ADA and State Upgrades for Full-Time Status

San Marino Mayor Allan Yung has set at least one item for the city council’s Sept...

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San Marino City Council Reverses Decision on Thornton Estate

Ruling allows 8,000-sq.-ft. guest house on property to be donated to The Huntington

The San Marino City Council overturned the Planning Commission’s decision to deny changes to a proposed 8,000 sq...

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City Council Approves Interim City Manager Contract for Collins

Three Firefighters on the Engine, Safe Streets Committee, City Commission Codes and San Marino Ave. Left Turn Lane Also Addressed at July 13 City Council Meeting

The San Marino City Council approved an 11-month contract for incoming Interim City Manager Cindy Collins at its July 13 meeting...

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2233 HUNTINGTON DRIVE: Home to a number of businesses, this property is zoned residential but designated as commercial in the city’s land use map. The San Marino City Council will hold a public hearing on July 13 to determine whether it will correct the inconsistency found in the land use map.
2233 HUNTINGTON DRIVE: Home to a number of businesses, this property is zoned residential but designated as commercial in the city’s land use map. The San Marino City Council will hold a public hearing on July 13 to determine whether it will correct the inconsistency found in the land use map.
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City Council to Address Zoning Inconsistency Along Huntington Drive

A mix of business and commercial property owners from 2233 Huntington Drive, 375 Huntington Drive, 415 Huntington Drive, 825 Huntington Drive and 835 Huntington Drive addressed the San Marino City Council during the public comment portion of the council’s June 24 meeting

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New Report Shows A Deep Divide Between Firefighters, City

A fact-finding panel studying the issue of staffing in the San Marino Fire Department delivered its recommendations to the city on June 16

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SMFD, City Council Still Disagree

The San Marino City Council approved $230,000 for firefighter overtime for the 2016-17 fiscal year, which starts on July 1 and ends June 30, 2017...

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San Marino Adopts Final Budget for 2016-17 Fiscal Year

The San Marino City Council unanimously approved the City of San Marino’s operating budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year at its June 8 regular meeting

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San Marino City Council Scrutinizes Fire and Police Budgets

City Manager John Schaefer made his budget recommendations to the San Marino City Council at its Wednesday, May 11 council meeting. The presentation allowed the city manager to present his narrowed list of budget requests for the 2016-17 fiscal year

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New Vacant Property Registration Ordinance Under Development

The San Marino City Council directed city staff to prepare a draft Vacant Residential Property Registration Ordinance at its April 29 meeting

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Police Budget Proposal Highlights Increasing Demand on Department

Police Chief John Incontro presented the Police Department’s budget requests for fiscal year 2016-17 at the April 13 San Marino City Council meeting

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