📖 Pasadena's Financial Report

Issue #115

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📊 Pasadena's 2023 Annual Report Showcases Financial Stability and Community Engagement

🚨 Pasadena Homes Targeted in Rock-Throwing Vandalism, Altadena Man Arrested

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💪 Breaking Barriers: Pasadena Hosts Herstory 2024 Event to Empower Women in Male-Dominated Professions

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Good morning Pasadena Spotlight subscribers,

Get ready for a day of changing weather in Pasadena today. Here's what you can expect throughout the day:

Morning (5am-10am): Starting the day with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures around 51-56°F. A light breeze coming from the southeast at 2-4 mph. Dress in layers to stay comfortable as the temperature rises.

Noon (11am-1pm): The clouds persist with temperatures hovering around 58-59°F. The wind picks up slightly to 5-6 mph from the south-southeast. Consider a light jacket or sweater as you head out for lunch.

Afternoon (2pm-5pm): By mid-afternoon, there's a chance of a few showers with temperatures remaining around 57-59°F. The breeze continues from the south at 6 mph. Keep an umbrella handy and dress for light rain.

Evening (6pm-11pm): The evening brings more showers with temperatures dropping to 52-55°F. The wind shifts to the south-southwest at 3-5 mph. A waterproof jacket or coat is recommended as you head out for the evening.

Pasadena's 2023 Annual Report Showcases Financial Stability and Community Engagement

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The 2023 Annual Report for the City of Pasadena, as presented by City Manager Miguel Márquez, emphasizes the city's financial stability and community engagement.

Márquez lauds the city staff for their resilience and determination in meeting the community's needs and acknowledges the involvement of community members in making Pasadena a premier destination to live, work, and play.

The report highlights the allocation of resources to various city priorities and programs aimed at enhancing the community's quality of life and maintaining the city's facilities and infrastructure.

Márquez also expresses hope for the future and looks forward to continued partnership in serving the community.

Pasadena Homes Targeted in Rock-Throwing Vandalism, Altadena Man Arrested

Kirk Alexander, a 37-year-old Altadena resident, was apprehended for allegedly vandalizing four Pasadena homes by throwing rocks and shattering windows.

The incidents, which occurred within a short period of time, led authorities to suspect the same individual was responsible.

Despite Alexander's denial of involvement, police believe he may be connected to over 20 previous rock-throwing incidents.

The case remains under investigation, and the public is urged to come forward with any relevant information by contacting the Pasadena Police.

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Breaking Barriers: Pasadena Hosts Herstory 2024 Event to Empower Women in Male-Dominated Professions

The City of Pasadena is organizing "Herstory 2024: Women at Work Overcoming Barriers and Bias" on March 7th 6-8 p.m at All Saints Church.

The event aims to empower women in professions historically dominated by men through a panel discussion and networking opportunity.

The panelists, including local professionals and advocates, will share their experiences and strategies for breaking barriers in these fields.

The discussion will cover systemic challenges, success stories, inclusivity, and the role of mentorship in empowering women professionals.

For event information, contact Leticia Lopez with the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department at [email protected] or (626) 744-4386.

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