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Dart Canyon for their 1932 Ford. Out of his daily pastoral duties and was the entertaining MC for the event. President Mick Hill handed out the car awards. His sparking, cherry-red 1938 Chevy. Restored 1955 Chevy, won by Ken Sewell. The Best Muscle Car was Jim Colson's 1961 Chevy Impala. The Rose's '32 Ford won Best of Show. Was pleased with the event, although there was room for more entries. Year for Rim schools, brought up some new cars for display. Many good vibes, from the cars, from the music and those who came.
Has fined Hector Chacon, a member of the Montebello Unified School District Board of Education for violations that date back to 2008 and 2009. According to disclosure forms, they included his brother Fernando's graphic design company and Victory Outreach, his brother Art's church. ........, and considering the past issues regarding the Chacon Political Family's "creative finances", now current Montebello City Council Candidate Fernando Chacon, should be open and transparent regarding the source of the loan to his campaign --- Scott Johnson.
Succulent Maine Lobster is still center stage at the 20th Annual Redondo Beach Lobster Festival, Southern California's original lobster festival. Friday, September 25, 6-11pm Saturday, September 26, Noon-11pm Sunday, September 27, Noon-8pm Redondo Beach's Seaside Lagoon, 200 Portofino Way Kincaid's Restaurant, whose executive chef is Executive Chef Ramon Fernandez, was just voted by USAToday.com as one of the "10 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles" is serving its traditionally sold-out, hands-on Kincaid's New England Lobster Boil.
In June 2014, the council previously considered adopting a policy to use temporary lighting in the historical district, and city staff was directed to come back with an initiative that included working with the chamber. Strawser, who is also the owner of Tour of Nevada City Bicycle Shop, helped raise the $50,000 necessary to bring the race to the area this year, and in the previous 2010 and 2011 tours. The council will also appoint city council members to the city and external boards committees and commissions for fiscal year 2015-16.
Western Nevada County residents, merchants and officials hosted a special 100th birthday celebration for Jean Cates at noon Monday in downtown Grass Valley. Grass Valley and her hometown Nevada City, Cates was presented with balloon, flowers, cards and well wishes, along with being treated to a bagpipe performance and being serenaded with songs by the Wildwood Quartet.
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By Theodoric Meyer 8/21/15 10:01 AM EDT The following newsletter is an abridged version of Campaign Pro's Morning Score. On the House side, the group is considering playing in Democratic primaries in the districts represented by GOP Reps. Bob Dold of Illinois, Bruce Poliquin of Maine, Cresent Hardy of Nevada, Mike Coffman in Colorado and Martha McSally in Arizona. The lawmakers are considered some of the most vulnerable in the House. This week on the Friday Preview: the EPA's water play, Obama's climate pitch, and campaign policy heats up.
Sanders, president of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, looked over his shoulder and flashed a tightlipped smile back at the former labor leader. Efforts to thwart Gonzalez's bill have been nothing short of aggressive. From January through March, the chamber spent roughly $24,000 lobbying on 37 different bills and resolutions--or an average of $650 per item. The deadline for the Legislature to pass bills is Sept. The city not only funds Civic San Diego, the mayor appoints its president as well as eight of its nine board directors.
Photos Credit: Eric Leonard Some state and local elected leaders gathered at the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce in Downtown Friday to encourage public support for higher gas, diesel, and vehicle use fees and taxes. The group that included L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and other officials, unions, and business groups, said it's not yet supporting any specific bill that's been suggested for a special session of the legislature, but said any number of new taxes and fees should be on the table. "We are saying the time is now," Garcetti said.
If you drive to the Hollywood Bowl, you may have seen the Hollywood Heritage Museum in the historic Lasky-DeMille Barn. But you may not know the vital role Hollywood Heritage has played in the community. Hollywood Heritage, which is run entirely by volunteers, was founded 35 years ago by five women. "There are two of us still active," said one of its founders, Christy McAvoy, who is on the board of directors. "What we have created is a silent film stage," said McAvoy. "We are working really closely with NBC Universal and their archives," he said.
Lee said the department would use an additional $3 million of the funds to develop and carry out a new round of soil testing at more homes in Boyle Heights, Maywood, Huntington Park, Commerce and other communities where homes may have been contaminated by the facility's lead emissions. "We are going to act as quickly as possible," Lee said. "Why am I hearing about a plan to make another plan?" said Terry Gonzalez-Cano, whose Boyle Heights home was tested last year. "We can't afford to wait another week, two weeks," Solis said in an interview.
"The challenge is how to find a way to grow and be fair and provide a range of energy sources to use," Allen said from under a tent in the Chevron Employees Park. He noted that the fate of his bill, which was not passed, was "not a success story," but he pledged to continue pursuing the issue as long as he was in office. The school, which he described as being like a "Richard Scarry book" of the working world, had been caught in a funding gap, he said. His bill, SB 786, amends the education code to address that.
Williams said more than 600 people took classes in July, including a woman who learned CPR the day before she rescued a child from drowning in a pool at Chaminade Resort. The other choice: Travel out of the county. That's because International Education Corp. Reviews in 2015 by former UEI College employees on rate-your-company startup Glassdoor say management focuses more on sales than education. "They were charging so much their business model collapsed," Jeff Maxwell, chief for Central Fire Protection District, said of UEI College's EMT program.