South Pasadena Local Business
Friday Apr 24 | via PRWeb
GrooveCar Direct , the leading auto buying resource for the nation's credit union industry, just announced a partnership with Priority One Credit Union, South Pasadena, CA. . Auto loans are expected to rev up in 2015, with the economy on the mend and the job market stabilizing, vehicle purchases are expected to rise. Comment?
Friday Apr 17 | via La Canada Valley Sun
Officials with the California Department of Transportation announced in a press release Friday the agency will hold two public hearings next week to take comments on the proposed Affordable Sales Program regulations pertaining to the sales of surplus homes along the 710 Freeway corridor. Caltrans owns 460 properties related to 710 projects in Pasadena, South Pasadena and El Sereno. Comment?
Friday Apr 17 | via Pasadena Star-News
Irene Tang reacts in her science class after being awarded a 40,000 scholarship from Southern California Edison at South Pasadena High School in South Pasadena, Calif., Thursday, April 16, 2015. PASADENA >> Armed with flowers, balloons and a giant cardboard check, Southern California Edison officials surprised a South Pasadena High School senior with a $40,000 college scholarship Thursday in her honors biology class. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 15 | via Pasadena Weekly
The Pasadena City Council voted 5-3 on Monday to oppose plans to build tunnels to extend the Long Beach Freeway from Alhambra to Pasadena. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is currently exploring five options that could extend the 710, including construction of twin 4.5-mile-long tunnels that would run through much of the 6.3 miles from the end of the 710 in Alhambra through South Pasadena and parts of West Pasadena. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 14 | via Pasadena Star-News
PASADENA >> A mixed bag of reason, outrage, begging and accusations ping-ponged through the Pasadena Convention Center Tuesday at the second public hearing on closing a 4.5-mile 710 Freeway gap. Pasadena resident Michael Colton, an architect and urban planner, said rather than spend $5.65 billion on an underground tunnel, that money should be spent expanding a light rail system. 1 comment
Friday Apr 10 | via Contra Costa Times
Retailers should stop wasting so much time trying to win over millennials because they're often broke. Instead, they should target older shoppers with more money to spend. Comment?
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