Mountain Views News, Sierra Madre Edition [Pasadena] Saturday, December 9, 2017

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Weather Wise 

6-Day Forecast Sierra Madre, Ca.

Sun Ptly Cldy Hi 70s Lows 50s 
Mon: Ptly Cldy Hi 70s Lows 50s 
Tues: Sunny Hi 70s Lows 50s

 Wed: Sunny Hi 70s Lows 50s 
Thur: Sunny Hi 80s Lows 50s 
Fri: Sunny Hi 80s Lows 50s 

Forecasts courtesy of the National Weather Service 


Unless otherwise noted, all meetings listed below are held at City 
Hall 232 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre, Ca. 

NEXT REGULAR December 12, 2017 

6:30 pm 
Free on-air publicity for local events

 Sierra Madre’s EMERGENCY radio station is now accepting scripts 
for Public Service Announcements (PSAs) about community events. 
PSAs will be broadcast on the air at no charge. The station operates 
24/7 and can be heard at 1630 on the AM dial.

 Any local non-profit or non-commercial organization can have their 
event information broadcast to the public on Sierra Madre Community 
Information Radio. The station covers the city of Sierra Madre, plus 
surrounding areas of Pasadena, Arcadia, and Monrovia. 
Your event must: 

Benefit a non-commercial or non-profit entity 
Be open to the public 
Be of general interest to local citizens 
Just write a Public Service Announcement that describes your event 
and e-mail it to 

Regular City Council MeetingTuesday, December 12, 2017, 
6:30 pm 
Can’t make it to the meeting, but still want toshare your thoughts? You can mail or drop off a written statement to City Hall oremail before 30 the night of the meeting and yourstatement will be delivered to all the Council Members.Sierra Madre City Hall232 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre, CA 91024 (626) 355-7135 
City Council 

December 12, 2017 at 6:30 pm 

Planning Commission 
December 7, 2017 at 7:00 pm 

Community Service Commission 
December 18, 2017 at 6:30 pm 

Senior Community Commission 
December 7, 2017 at 3:00 pm 

Library Board of TrusteesDecember 27, 2017 at 7:00 pm - Location TBD 

Energy, Environment, and Natural Resource Commission 
December 20, 2017 at 7:00 pm 


During this time period, the Sierra Madre Police Department 
responded to approximately 259 day and night time calls for service. 

Wednesday, November 29 At about 12:42 a.m. officers responded t

o a report of a suspicious person in the area of Michillinda Ave. 
and Ramona Ave. The officers located the male subject, questioned 
and arrested him for three warrants out of the City of Monrovia. 
SMPD officers released the male subject to Monrovia PD. 
7:39 p.m. Officers responded to a disturbance call in the 600 block 
of Sierra Meadows Dr. An investigation determined that a physical 
altercation occurred between two women. One woman allegedly 
threw a juice bottle and hit the other woman with a baseball bat 
causing injuries to her head and knee. The suspect left the location 
prior to the officer’s arrival. The victim was treated for her injuries 
at the scene. A WANT was entered into the system for assault with 
a deadly weapon. Case to Detectives 
Saturday, December 2 A reporting party came to the police 
department lobby at about 4:30 p.m. to report that an unknown 
suspect(s) entered his locked vehicle in the 600 block of W. Sierra 
Madre Bl. and ransacked the glove compartment and center 
console. The suspect(s) removed personal items. Case to Detectives 

VOLUNTEERS Continued from page 1 


“These two Sierra Madreans embody exactly what the criteria forCitizen of the Year calls for. There is not an event in town these two 
don’t attend or help out with. Both Pat and De go above and beyondcontinuing the betterment of Sierra Madre. The Alcorns attend most 
City Council meetings, serve on countless commissions, the 4thof July committee, Sierra Madre Civic Club, Friends of the Library,
CERT volunteers and voter work the polls during all elections in SierraMadre.” 

Married for 61 years, the Alcorns have resided in Sierra Madre since 

Above Clare Lin, below Tim Hunsicker 

1964. They have two sons, 6 grandchildren and 12+ great grandchildren. In addition to the many activities listed above, in 1994 theybegan a 7 year trip around the world by boat, flying back a few timesto make certain things were still running smoothly in Sierra Madre!

De is a retired JPL Engineer who worked on the Voyager I project.
Pat is a retired 

2017 Business of the Year: Sandy Duvall is the owner of SerraFitness, Sierra Fitness Pilates & Massage and The Shabby Dog, alllocated in Sierra Madre. Sierra Fitness opened in 1994 as a facilitycatering to "baby boomers" and an older clientele.

Open seven days a week, she employs over 15 trainers and five 
staff members. Sandy also owned Juice Company in 1995 andsold it in 2000. Sierra Juice Company is still thriving and part of thedowntown business. 

In 1995 she opened the first Pilates facility in the San Gabriel Valley.
She also offers Pro Pilates, a more advanced, athletic training classthat uses special machines found only in Sierra Madre. Sierra FitnessPilates employs over twenty people. The Shabby Dog started in 2009,
designing high end pet products manufactured in Sierra Madre andsold all over the world. As time went on her passion for animals ledher to the rescue business. She is now involved and on the board of 
a local non-profit, "Free Animal Doctor." We are a crowd fundingwebsite that raises money to pay vet bills for individuals who cannotafford healthcare for their family pet. In addition to all of her business 
activities, she is continues to support all things Sierara Madre! 


Susan Henderson is considered by many to be a true Sierra Madre 
treasure. A 13+ year former resident and is the Owner/Publisher ofthe Mountain Views News, city's only legally adjudicated newspaper.
She continues to contribute to the betterment of Sierra Madre. She 
served 8 years as President of the SM Kiwanis Club, is a memberof the SM Women's Club, SM Historical Preservation Society,
Treasurer of the SM Chamber of Commerce, Chair 3 years of the 
Wistaria Festival and Co-Chair for the last 3 years. She is also an 
avid supporter of the Sierra Madre Rose Float Association and theSierra Madre Playhouse. In addition to the COTY nomination, she 
has also been a nominee as Sierra Madre's Older American. 


Carol is Sierra Madre’s biggest cheerleader! She is actively 
involved in most community events, and is tknown for sharinguseful information on Social Media. She has given many volunteerhours to the city including serving as a SMPD Volunteer and VPof the SM Chamber, Co-Chair of the Wistaria Festival for the last 
3 years and former Citizen of the Year. This year she also was theleading civilian helping in the search for Sierra Madrean Carl Foote.

Dinner was prepared and served by Nano Café, Dinner Wine by TheBottle Shop, Centerpieces by Sierra Madre Middle School BuildersClub, Flowers from Leonora Moss and Music by Saxophonist JasonHemmens 

Award recipients were also honored by State Assemblyman 
Anthony Portantino and State Senator Chris Holden. 

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