Erica Blodgett also has an article about how "just two and a half months short of the end of his second term, Ron Brandley resigned from the Sierra Madre Planning Commission effective this week after an anonymous phone call to City Hall led to his being questioned concerning his business relationship with Sierra Madre Congregational Church and his role on the Commission." We pointed you to Bill Coburn's report on this strange story a while ago.
The Sierra Madruh announces that Blodgett has started her own newspaper.
See also the Mt. Wilson Observer for articles on all of the above topics, except for Blodgett's alleged newspaper venture.
In lighter news, this report mentions in a throw away line that Sierra Madre is in the running for the National Civic League's "All-American City" award.
And darn it all, just as they were starting to put up online videos here of the most interesting city council meetings in all the FC these days, it looks like they took them down. Anyone know what's going on? I do know you can go to Sierra Madre's website and evaluate it via their quick online surveyin which you can ask them to put city council meetings online.