CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 28, 2001 |
A last-minute offer to buy and restore Old Pasadena's historic Raymond Theatre has prompted the City Council to delay a decision on a separate and previous proposal to convert the landmark into apartments and retail space. In a move applauded by preservationists, attorney Pierce O'Donnell, developer Harvey Knell and the Watt Commercial Properties firm recently offered $3.5 million for the theater and an adjacent parking lot.
April 24, 1986 |
City Director Loretta Thompson-Glickman said Tuesday that she inadvertently failed to report two personal loans, totaling $6,800 and received in 1981 and 1982, as required by state law. Public officials are required to report personal loans of more than $250 to the state Fair Political Practices Commission if the loans are received from people living or doing business in the jurisdiction represented by the official.