Monday, April 02, 2007

Monday Briefs (Pasadena)

First week at the PUSD: Like a teenage romance, Edwin Diaz and PUSD are celebrating every milestone in their brief relationship, including the one-week anniversary.

Bill Crowfoot endorses Margaret McAustin for District 2: In a letter to the Star-News, he cites his decision to put her on the Planning Commission as one of the best decisions he made while on the council. -- PSN

Star-News backs SGVCOG changes: In an editorial, the paper comes out in favor of the proposal to add three LA County supervisors as voting members of the Council of Governments (presumably since the board of supervisors has done such a great job, you know, running MLK-Harbor). -- PSN

SB 1368 targets Pasadena coal: A Sacramento Bee editorial lauds new state bill that limits growth of coal-fueled power plants; Pasadena named as a coal user/abuser along with LA, Burbank and Anaheim. -- SacBee

Beat feet on Green Street
: The possibility of a Pasadena marathon gets a boost, though Councilman Chris Holden probably won't attend in his running shoes for a couple years. -- Janette Williams, WDN

Make jokes not war: April Fools for Christ take to Pasadena's streets. -- WDN

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