Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Catching up on some Glendor-a-ma Trivia

To build a dog park or not to build a dog park? That was the (postponed) question before the Glendora city council, Allison Hewitt reports in the SGV Tribune.

Also in the SGV Tribune, Caroline An tells us that "Glendora school districts have implemented full-day kindergarten in the last five years." Is this good or bad? Don't ask me, although it does sound like state-run daycare on the taxpayer dime. You can watch the video here.

I bet many readers don't know that "[n]estled in the quiet community of Glendora, Calif., just minutes east of downtown Los Angeles, is the world's largest and loudest auto racing organization, the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA)." Glendora is home to the likes of Navy Cmdr. John D. MacTavish and was the birthplace of self-help guru Tony Robbins. And it was concerned Glendora parents who inspired California's new anti-trunking legislation.

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