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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 4, 1996
Despite winning a court case, attracting national media attention and gaining the support of many South Pasadena residents, Tulip, an 80-pound potbellied pig, may soon be in shackles. Well, not exactly shackles. A new city ordinance that targets potbellied pigs will require Tulip to wear a leash during her daily outings. But to Kalyn Baker, the woman who went to court to fight for her porker's right to waddle unharnessed, a leash seems just as confining.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1999 | JOE MOZINGO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeff Higgins said the consistent B grades became an embarrassment. Customers, seeing the health inspection grade posted at the South Pasadena restaurant where he works, wondered what was going on in the kitchen: Rats? Cockroaches? A cook sneezing on the Caesar salad? "These were the images people were getting," said Higgins, an assistant manager at Shaker's, a steak and salad restaurant on Fair Oaks Avenue.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 23, 1992
A proposed ordinance that would allow police to bill parents for "baby-sitting" their children when they are arrested and held in detention for more than an hour has been tentatively approved by the South Pasadena City Council. Police Chief Tom Mahoney said the measure, approved 4 to 1, would allow his department to recoup the cost of supervising the youths while they await release to a parent or guardian.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 4, 1996
Despite winning a court case, attracting national media attention and gaining the support of many South Pasadena residents, Tulip, an 80-pound potbellied pig, may soon be in shackles. Well, not exactly shackles. A new city ordinance that targets potbellied pigs will require Tulip to wear a leash during her daily outings. But to Kalyn Baker, the woman who went to court to fight for her porker's right to waddle unharnessed, a leash seems just as confining.
NEWS
June 13, 1993
A local taxpayers group is challenging a city rule requiring opponents of proposed new fees to show identification when filing a protest. City Manager Ken Farfsing said he had asked the city attorney to take another look at the law relating to identification requirement, after receiving a complaint from the South Pasadena Taxpayers Assn. However, Farfsing said, he and City Atty. Edward Lee had drawn up the requirement and believe it is reasonable. "There is no law against it," said Farfsing.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1999 | JOE MOZINGO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeff Higgins said the consistent B grades became an embarrassment. Customers, seeing the health inspection grade posted at the South Pasadena restaurant where he works, wondered what was going on in the kitchen: Rats? Cockroaches? A cook sneezing on the Caesar salad? "These were the images people were getting," said Higgins, an assistant manager at Shaker's, a steak and salad restaurant on Fair Oaks Avenue.
NEWS
June 13, 1993
A local taxpayers group is challenging a city rule requiring opponents of proposed new fees to show identification when filing a protest. City Manager Ken Farfsing said he had asked the city attorney to take another look at the law relating to identification requirement, after receiving a complaint from the South Pasadena Taxpayers Assn. However, Farfsing said, he and City Atty. Edward Lee had drawn up the requirement and believe it is reasonable. "There is no law against it," said Farfsing.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 23, 1992
A proposed ordinance that would allow police to bill parents for "baby-sitting" their children when they are arrested and held in detention for more than an hour has been tentatively approved by the South Pasadena City Council. Police Chief Tom Mahoney said the measure, approved 4 to 1, would allow his department to recoup the cost of supervising the youths while they await release to a parent or guardian.
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