Monthly Archives: July, 2020

City Council Extends Moratorium on Rent Hikes, Resident Evictions

The city’s moratorium on eviction for residential tenants, as well as its freeze on residential rent hikes, was extended a month by unanimous vote...

Keep Your Distance: City Sees Spike in Virus Cases

Officials are urging caution and adherence to policies meant to prevent the spread of the coronavirus as, weeks after California began reopening and mass...

School Friends on a Mission to Help People, Environment

Though they largely grew up together, two Glendale High School graduates led widely divergent paths after grade school but were recently drawn together by...

A Bright Holiday, a Tragic Crash — and Lingering Sorrow

What Phil Raacke experienced one year ago this Saturday is still fresh in his mind. “Like it was yesterday,” Raacke said on Monday, his voice...

Board Glimpses Complexities of Reopening SMUSD

It wasn’t even an action item on the meeting’s agenda, but a comprehensive report from the San Marino Unified School District’s school reopening task...

A Force in Rotary, Johansing Finishes Reign

Greg Johansing has added a daughter and lost a beard since the COVID-19 quarantine, but his typically affable manner hasn’t changed a bit —...

City Council Approves $37.4 Million Budget

In a fairly straightforward meeting, the City Council last Friday adopted a 2020-21 municipal budget without controversy and with a pledge to keep on...

SMFD Touts ‘San Marino Way’ in Annual Report

San Marino Fire Chief Mario Rueda began his 2019 annual report to the community by issuing an apology, a first for the four-year veteran,...
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