January 17, 2021, 1:05 pm

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Op-Ed | Acceptance, Anticipation, and Hope

By San San Lee Thanksgiving of 2020 has come and gone. Black Friday and Cyber Monday also had their turns. It’s December. We are in the midst of yet another holiday season and spike in COVID-19. Unlike...

Op-Ed | Coping with Uncertainty, an Unintended Gift

By San San Lee To weather the corona storm and sociopolitical ugliness in the US, we left LA for Barcelona at the end of August. We will be here until the spring of 2021, perhaps...

OP-ED | ‘Leadership and Transparency Go Hand-in-Hand, Where is the Leadership in South...

By Alan Ehrlich 2020 has been a strange year for a number of reasons, not just nationally, but also here in South Pasadena. It is easy to call yourself a leader when the plane...

OP-ED | ‘Why This Single Mom POC Housing Advocate Supports the Fighter, the Hero,...

By Anne Bagasao Last week, more than 150 yard signs for District 3 candidates Alan Ehrlich and Michelle Hammond went missing. For someone to round up these signs took a lot of work. Alan and Michelle...

OP-ED | ‘We’ve Decided to Meet Bigotry with Bigotry’

By Chris Bray  South Pasadena is a model community: diverse, tolerant, open. But none of that is a given. We have to fight for it, and we have to say what we mean and what...

OP-ED: Care First South Pasadena | Community Coalition Calls for Fully Investigating any Improper...

By Care First South Pasadena Amid growing national concern about connections between local police departments and religious and right wing extremist groups, the Care First South Pasadena coalition is insisting that the South Pasadena City...

Op-Ed | Councilmember Mahmud ‘s Perceived Apprehension Over Rossi’s Appointment

By Ron Rosen On August 19, the City Council met to decide if and how they would fill the empty District 2 seat. It was the consensus of three Councilmembers that this should be done as...

Op-Ed | ‘Understanding Why Hundreds of Residents Support Steve Rossi’

By Sheila Tully, Council District 2 Our city is in a financial crisis. No budget. No audit. No interim financial reporting.  Five Finance Directors in the past three years. The sixth director is now on...

Op-Ed | ‘Important Moment in the City’s 132-Year Financial History’

By Josh Betta Rogers, Anderson, Malody and Scott, LLP, Certified Public Accountants (or, RAMS) will make public statements at the City Council meeting of August 19, 2020. RAMS’ will do so cognizant of the requirements and...

Op-Ed | Want to Improve Police Relations? Start with the Public Safety Commission

By South Pasadena Youth for Police Reform  After some of the largest protests South Pasadena has ever seen after the killing of George Floyd, the question remains: what have we done? Despite signals from leaders of...
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