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Town Council Election Results

Town Council Election Results

 
 
Results are in from this weekend’s Crescenta Valley Town Council elections. Lisa Griffin, Mike Claessens and Sophal Ear garnered the most votes, winning  the three seats that earn  three-year terms. Aram Ordubegian, JoAnn Stupakis and Charles Beatty won the three alternate seats, which are one-term terms.
 
Griffin, Claessens and Beatty are current councilmembers. Griffin was the [...]

Traffic Safety Examined

Traffic Safety Examined

By Mary O’KEEFE
Engineers from the Department of Los Angeles County Public Works joined Crescenta Valley Town Council member Robbyn Battles and California Highway Patrol Office Ming-Yang hsu on Tuesday for a traffic evaluation field trip.
Battles worked closely with the public works department last year to bring some safety changes to Monte Vista Elementary including a [...]

Candidates Visit Town Council

Candidates Visit Town Council

By Brandon HENSLEY
It’s been a month-long tour of appearances across Glendale and La Crecenta for candidates in the April 5 elections, so what was another forum to speak last week?
Five candidates running for the Glendale Unified District school board spoke to the audience at the CV Town Council March 17 inside the La Crescenta Library [...]

CV Town Council Hosts Candidates for Board of Trustees

CV Town Council Hosts Candidates for Board of Trustees

By Brandon HENSLEY
Candidates for the Glendale Community College Board of Trustees were present during the CV Town Council meeting Feb. 17 to discuss key financial matters pertaining to the college.
Inside the La Crescenta Library community room, challenger Vartan Gharpetian and incumbents Vahe Peroomian and Tony Tartaglia introduced themselves and took questions from the audience before [...]

CVTC Hosts GUSD Reps, Thanks Crossing Guards

CVTC Hosts GUSD Reps, Thanks Crossing Guards

By Brandon HENSLEY
Members of the Glendale Unified School District were on hand during the CV Town Council meeting on Jan. 20 to further inform parents and other residents of the new
bond measure the district hopes will pass on the April 5 ballot.
Inside the La Crescenta Library community room Superintendent Dr. Richard Sheehan and Deputy Superintendent [...]

CVTC and CVCOC Clean La Crescenta Exit

CVTC and CVCOC Clean La Crescenta Exit

By Mary O’KEEFE
Residents of Crescenta Valley may take for granted that the Foothill (210) Freeway exit at La Crescenta Avenue is clean.  Drivers may think that those who exit or travel along the freeway do not litter and respect their natural surroundings. Those drivers would be wrong.  The exit is littered with old tires, empty [...]

Honoring Those Who Help Our Kids

Honoring Those Who Help Our Kids

By Mary O’KEEFE
They are the first to walk out into a busy street full of drivers that are seemingly all in a hurry. They are armed only with a handheld stop sign and a yellow vest. These are the crossing guards that have become so much a part of the elementary school landscape that at [...]

Members sworn in on council

Members sworn in on council

By Brandon HENSLEY
Before everyone could get to the drinks and Christmas treats in the back of the room, some had to say goodbye while others said hello during the Dec. 16 Crescenta Valley Town Council meeting.
Inside the La Crescenta Library community room, a jam-packed audience saw the newly elected council members take office while the [...]

Armenian community honors CVTC

Armenian community honors CVTC

On Wednesday Nov. 18, members of Crescenta Valley Armenian Community Center, Armenian National Committee-Crescenta Valley and Armenian Cultural Foundation-Crescenta Valley board members attended the CV Town Council meeting held in the La Crescenta Library and presented President Cheryl Davis and Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Captain David Silversparre with certificates of excellence.
This was an acknowledgement [...]

Moreton Bay property still on community radar

Moreton Bay property still on community radar

By Mary O’KEEFE
The Moreton Bay Fig tree appears to be safe from the chopping block but the other trees along the lot did not escape the axe.
There continues to be speculation on what will happen to the property in the 2600 block Foothill Boulevard. Rumors abound from putting in a new parking lot to extensive [...]


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