Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Pasadena, introduced legislation that would direct $1 billion in federal funds to the gang problem.
It also mandates stiffer penalties and creates a range of new criminal offenses aimed at prohibiting gang recruiting.
"As a former federal prosecutor, I have seen first hand the damage gangs cause in our community," Schiff said.
"We are thrilled, but not surprised, that our academic performance is on par with and often superior than most comparable schools in the state," said Tom Goodman, superintendent for both OFL and OFY.
Area Charter Schools Outrank Most of State's Top Continuation Schools -- USNewswire
The poor Affordable Housing Bunny sure does have a tough time in this town. The March issue of Affordable Housing Finance illustrates the difficulties of building affordable units in
In the expensive
Pioneering Deal Uses NMTCs for Housing-Only Project -- Moira Christopher, AHF
South Raymond will soon be be lined in a forest of:
swaying aluminum poles, as tall as palm trees, topped by softly glowing, multicolored lights.
The artistic light installation is a proposal called PowerPLANTS. If the Pasadena City Council approves the project this summer, the poles could sprout along the South Raymond Innovation Corridor by the fall.
In case you were worried they might be tacky and costly, don't be.
Hafermaas developed the idea with friends at Realities United in
PowerPLANTS, he said, are timeless and "are not going to get dated visually over time."
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Some changes I am able to roll with. Target moved into the old Robinson’s-May building on