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Downtown Arcadia in 2019
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Downtown Arcadia in 2019

By Downtown Arcadia Improvement Association Board of Directors Happy New Year and welcome to this year’s first edition of Highlighting Downtown Arcadia. This week’s column will highlight some of the exciting things coming to Downtown Arcadia in 2019. First off, the large mixed-use project at First Avenue and Wheeler will finish construction and open later this…

Arcadia PD Advises Community on New Temporary License Plates
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Arcadia PD Advises Community on New Temporary License Plates

You may have noticed a new temporary license plate on vehicles driving in California since the beginning of the year. California dealerships are now required to place a temporary license plate on vehicles sold after Jan. 1, 2019. The new plate will assist law enforcement in identifying vehicles and will assist authorities with toll evasion…

City of Arcadia Asking for Volunteers for the 2019 Homeless Count
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City of Arcadia Asking for Volunteers for the 2019 Homeless Count

By Isabelle Cruz Homelessness is still one of the largest social issues across the nation. Many are hit by hard economic crises and struggle to overcome the social challenges of ‘making it’ in America. According to a CNBC’s “America’s Top States for Business” study, California is ranked No. 2 out of 10 as one of…

Arcadia City Council Discusses Financial Future for the City
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Arcadia City Council Discusses Financial Future for the City

CORRECTION Editor’s Note: In today’s print edition of the Arcadia Weekly, a misleading and incorrect headline was attributed to a Galen Patterson story on the Citizens’ Financial Advisory Committee report from Tuesday’s council meeting. The headline implies that council approved a sales tax increase.  This is NOT correct. Only the voters in the City of…

The Fall of the House of Baldwin
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The Fall of the House of Baldwin

Part 2: Anoakia’s lifespan By Galen Patterson After receiving $10 million in assets from her father’s estate, Anita M. Baldwin was well off for an early 20th century woman. With her inherited fortune came land, and on that land, Anita built the finest home Arcadia had ever seen. It was named Anoakia. The home consisted…

Arcadia May Assist Sierra Madre Fire Department
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Arcadia May Assist Sierra Madre Fire Department

Cities explore MOU for fire response services By Terry Miller At the Sierra Madre City Council meeting on Jan. 8, 2019 the council approved a non-binding term sheet which would allow the City of Sierra Madre and the City of Arcadia to explore a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for fire response services. Since the meeting took…

City of Arcadia Accepting Bids for Huntington Drive Traffic Signal Improvements Project
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City of Arcadia Accepting Bids for Huntington Drive Traffic Signal Improvements Project

The City of Arcadia will receive sealed bids for the Huntington Drive Traffic Signal Improvements Project (Project). The Project, which involves the installation of two new traffic signals for pedestrian mid-block crosswalks, additional traffic signal modifications, and installation of conduit, must be completed within 60 calendar days, beginning 10 calendar days after the date on which the Notice to…

City of Arcadia Hosts 45th Annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast
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City of Arcadia Hosts 45th Annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast

State of the City Address will be delivered that day Arcadia Mayor Sho Tay will deliver the State of the City Address during the annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, Feb. 7 at the Arcadia Community Center. The 45th annual breakfast is being sponsored by the City of Arcadia, the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce and…

It’s Time for Arcadia Neighborhoods to Join Nextdoor
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It’s Time for Arcadia Neighborhoods to Join Nextdoor

Interested in connecting with your neighbors, exchanging ideas and sharing information? The City of Arcadia has a long history of encouraging neighborhood interaction and communication. The city believes that knowing the people who live nearby makes for stronger neighborhoods, and oftentimes results in cherished friendships. The way we communicate with family, friends, and neighbors has…

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