What happened in LCF 10-20-30 years ago?

Ten Years Ago

Growing traffic congestion issues near Palm Crest Elementary School drew parents, PTA officials and neighbors of the campus to the Public Works and Traffic Commission meeting to seek the city’s help.


Twenty Years Ago

Brian Hull, proprietor of JSB Motors, was installed president of the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce during a luncheon held at the LCF Country Club. Outgoing president was William Woolson.


Thirty Years Ago

For the third time in four months, Smith Produce on Foothill at Hill Street was robbed at gunpoint. The two male robbers got away with $1,000 in cash from two registers, as well as $15 from one of the three customers in the store at the time.


Forty Years Ago

Snow melt from the San Gabriel Mountains filled the reservoir behind Devil’s Gate Dam so full that it had the appearance of a large lake.


Fifty Years Ago

The Flintridge Riding Club won a zone change from the Regional Planning Commission, with its 39 acres becoming R-R (resort and recreation) instead of R-1 (residential).


Sixty Years Ago

Two storms that hit the Southland in mid-January 1952 dropped a total of 9.83 inches of rain on La Cañada.

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