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City Council OKs Contract for Flock Safety Cameras

City Council passed a South Pasadena Police Department recommendation awarding a two-year contract to Flock Group Inc. to be used for 13 automatic license plate readers in a meeting last week. The automatic license plate camera readers would be placed…

City Asks Residents to Trap Peafowl for Relocation

Though not all residents are on board, the city is looking to push ahead with its Peafowl Management Plan, which now calls for resident volunteers to help trap the peacocks and peahens in their yards to assist with relocation efforts.…

Joint Meeting Reviews Housing Element Changes

City Council and the Planning Commission held a special joint meeting to discuss potential revisional changes and additions to the next draft of the city’s housing element plan on Nov. 9. The General Plan Housing Element is state mandated and…

WISPPA Meeting Sets Up Agenda for Next Year

WISPPA, a community group providing a forum for South Pasadena residents to discuss city issues and city council, met for an annual meeting with state Sen. Anthony Portantino at the South Pasadena Senior Center on Nov. 5. During the meeting,…

City OKs Crossing Guard Pilot Project

First published in the August 12 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. The South Pasadena City Council voted 4-0 late last month to approve a pilot project to add a crossing guard at Huntington Drive and Marengo Avenue, near…

Public Safety Hears City’s Emergency Plan

First published in the August 12 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. The South Pasadena Public Safety Commission heard on Monday an update about the city’s emergency operations plan, or EOP, which would be put in place in the…

Residents Cry ‘Fowl’ Over Peacocks

First published in the July 29 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. Peacocks landed at the center of a discussion at a recent South Pasadena City Council meeting, with residents complaining about vandalism to vehicles when the photogenic male…

Holden Names Billings Woman of Distinction

First published in the July 29 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. South Pasadena Library Director Cathy Billings received a certificate last week from Assemblyman Chris Holden designating her as a recipient of the 2022 Woman of Distinction Award…

Residents Question Use of COVID Funds

First published in the June 24 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. As the City Council recently moved forward to unanimously approve a budget for the next fiscal year, which begins July 1, some residents raised concerns about the…

New City Budget Has Funds for Technology Upgrades

First published in the June 24 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. Improving the city’s workflow remains a priority as the City Council voted to approve a 2022-23 fiscal year budget that included $100,000 for technology upgrades. “Regarding our…

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