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Arcadia Convenes Citizen’s Financial Advisory Committee
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Arcadia Convenes Citizen’s Financial Advisory Committee

The Citizen’s Financial Advisory Committee recently held its first meeting to review the City’s long-term financial forecast and to begin its import work to provide recommendations to the City Council regarding the City’s financial future. The committee is composed of five long-time Arcadia residents with backgrounds in financial management and planning and is tasked with…

Alert Arcadia Emergency Notification System
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Alert Arcadia Emergency Notification System

The City of Arcadia’s mass emergency notification system, Alert Arcadia, enables the city to provide secure, reliable, and relevant information to residents in real-time during emergency situations. Sign up for Alert Arcadia to receive local emergency information and other important community messages via text messages, emails, and over the web. Messages may include safety alerts and…

Q&A with Arcadian State Assembly Candidate Burton Brink
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Q&A with Arcadian State Assembly Candidate Burton Brink

  By Galen Patterson On a bright, Monday afternoon, Arcadia Weekly sat down in a dark, cool Matt Denny’s booth with 49th District of the State Assembly Candidate Burton Brink to talk about his campaign and upcoming election. Arcadia Weekly (AW): You have a background in law enforcement, when did you decide you wanted to…

Two Shot to Death Wednesday Morning on Sunset Boulevard in Arcadia
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Two Shot to Death Wednesday Morning on Sunset Boulevard in Arcadia

LASD says crime initially looks like a murder suicide By Terry Miller Approximately at 8:15 a.m. on Wednesday morning, the Arcadia Police Department received a 9-1-1 call regarding gun shots fired at an apartment complex on the 800 block of Sunset Boulevard in Arcadia According to Lt. Derrick Alfred from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s…

In Arcadia, Parking is Such Sweet Sorrow
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In Arcadia, Parking is Such Sweet Sorrow

Arcadia Council approves proposed Downtown Development zoning changes By Terry Miller In an atypical turn of events, Mayor Pro Tem April Verlato recused herself from discussion on a couple of items involving Downtown Development near the Gold Line but did manage to participate in public comment on the matter which involves significant changes to some…

Taiwan Urges International Community to Resist China’s Demands
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Taiwan Urges International Community to Resist China’s Demands

By Abraham Chu, director general of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Los Angeles A recent statement from the White House calls on China to stop all demands and coercion on multinational companies, politically pressuring them to refer to Taiwan as “Taiwan, China” or “Taiwan Region, China,” which not only creates unnecessary misunderstanding, but…

Six Arcadia Police Recruits Graduate Rio Hondo Police Academy
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Six Arcadia Police Recruits Graduate Rio Hondo Police Academy

By Staff Six Arcadia Police recruits graduated with Class 206 of the Rio Hondo Police Academy on July 12. The recruits included Julius Santos, Dylan Morrill, Jose Robles Jr., Michael Isidro, Miguel Marquez, and Gio Capra. The recruits completed over 1,000 hours of training and instruction over 5 ½ months (Jan. 28 through July 12). Recruit Capra earned…

Local Record Breaking Heatwave is Far From Over
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Local Record Breaking Heatwave is Far From Over

By Alex Cordero The first heatwave of 2018 started off on Friday, July 6 and several local cities had record breaking temperatures. Triple digit temperatures were reported in cities like Monrovia, Woodland Hills, and Burbank. The excessive heat also caused several fires throughout California leading Governor Jerry Brown to declare a state of emergency in…

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