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Last week several homeowners received a letter from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health informing them they would have to provide proof of connection or an annual fee would be charged on their property taxes for the monitoring and service of septic systems.
Pak comes to LCUSD from Saugus Union School District, where he served as principal at three elementary school sites for most of his 17-year tenure.
One of this week’s reports on file at the CV Sheriff’s Station involves a late-morning theft of high-end handbags from a La Cañada retail outlet.
The La Cañada Unified school board welcomed news of the district’s new AA+ credit rating and heard a report on a new transportation policy for La Cañada High School athletics during a brief meeting Tuesday night.
In the soft wood of power poles, the acorn woodpecker finds an ideal place to nest and store its namesake food. So what happens when poles need to be removed?
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  1. Ten Years AgoA year-long celebration of the 75th anniversary of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy culminated with a tribute dinner held at the Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel that drew 600 guests.
  2. A two-year discrimination lawsuit over whether La Cañada Unified School District officials unfairly treated former elementary school principal Christine Castillo during and after her 2012 pregnancy has been settled for $385,000, the district’s attorney has confirmed, but that’s not all.
  3. When Peter Bachmann first stepped foot on the grounds of Flintridge Preparatory School to interview for a teaching position in December 1979 his fate was sealed.
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