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VOLUME 12 NO. 09 
VOLUME 12 NO. 09 
In Altadena 
2013 Murder 

of the Launch Industry; 

Confirmed Speakers 

Satellite Systems - Emerging 

from SpaceX, Intelsat, 

Technologies and Drivers of NASA and ESA.Demand; and Future Programs 

 The groundbreaking and – Moving from Low Earth

exciting Space Tech Conference Orbit to a Deep Space Gateway 

returns to the Pasadena and Beyond.

Convention Center (May 22 – A keynote panel on the first 

 The Board of Supervisors 

24) with a new agenda format,day (Launch Systems Day) 

unanimously approved 

packing three days of powerful consisting of, among others, 

a motion reestablishing 

insights, thought leadership Dan Hart, CEO at Virgin 

a $20,000 reward for 

and future trends into a Orbit and Joshua Brost, Senior 

information leading to the 

comprehensive program not to Director, Governmental 

arrest and/or conviction 

be missed! View the full agenda Business Development at 

of a suspect or suspects 

here.SpaceX, means that attendees 

responsible for the murder 

 “It’s been an excellent show, will have an insight into what 

of Marcus Nieto (pictured 

we’ve been very busy. Next type of launch vehicle is most 


year we’ll come back, because feasible for commercial, civil, 

 Nieto’s body was discovered 

I found it very helpful as far as military and crewed missions. 

on the Altadena Crest 

the number of businesses that This keynote panel brings 

horse trail by two riders on 

we’ve met here, both large and together private launchers and 

horseback on February 16, 

By Dean LeeADA-compliant ramps and yet to be announced. For 

small - but mainly working governmental organizations to 

2013. Investigators have 

 The city’s Department curb extensions are being More information visit: 

with the small businesses -discuss the economic feasibility 

confirmed that Marcus Nieto 

of Transpiration is set to studied as well. The project orangegroveblvd-pasgis.

a lot of innovation, a lot of of future launch systems.

left his residence to visit an 

good companies,” said Robert Taking place on the 

hold meetings this month also includes urban design 

acquaintance in Pomona but 

Medina, NASA Armstrong exhibition floor, the free-to

over results of the traffic elements that celebrate the 

may have returned to the 

Small Business Specialist for attend Open Tech Forum 

study along Orange Grove street’s history.”

Covina/Azusa area at some 

NASA.includes 35+ technical 

Boulevard from Allen According to the study, an St. Patrick’s

point before he went missing. 

 Designed to support presentations exploring 

Avenue to Sierra Madre average of 1,936 cars drive 

The Medical Examiner-

commercial, military, aerospace manufacturing &

Villa that could reduce the Orange Grove Blvd. daily at 

Coroner has determined Day Lunch 

government and academic design, propulsion, thermal 

the mode of death to be number of lanes allowing for or above 40 mph. Over the 

organizations navigate the management, additive 

a homicide. The $20,000 

a buffered bike lane.past ten years, 418 traffic and Dance

opportunities and challenges manufacturing, materials, 

reward offer approved by the 

 According to staff, “Livable collisions along Orange 

of doing business in an electronics and testing 

 Sure and begorrah, follow the 

Board in April, 2014 has since 

Orange Grove Boulevard” Grove Blvd. east of Lake Ave. 

increasingly complex landscape innovations. 

rainbow to the pot of gold at 


with themes running over The Pasadena Convention 

will study the restriping of have injured 309 people and 

the St. Patrick’s Day lunch and 

 The motion was brought by 

the three days focusing on Center is located 300 East Green 

traffic lanes from two in each killed three, the study shows. dance Saturday, March 17, from 

Supervisor Kathryn Barger. 

Launch Systems – Addressing Street. For more information 

direction to one free-flow There are approximately 672 noon to 2 p.m. at the Pasadena 

According to reports, Barger 

the Changing Landscape visit: 

lane in each direction, one homes east of Lake Avenue. Senior Center, 85 E. Holly St.

said after vital information 
led to the arrest of Michael 

two-way left turn lane and They said over the years, The Scott Pavilion will 

they need before a tragedy 

one buffered bike lane in Orange Grove Blvd. has come alive with shamrocks, 

Spengler for Nieto’s murder, 



she wanted a witness that each direction between Lake also become used more as leprechauns and the luck of the 

Irish as the National Charity 

 START is currently staffed 

provided the information to 

Ave. and Sierra Madre Villa an alternative to the 210 

to Prevent

League San Marino Chapter 

with 10 clinicians working 

be able to collect the reward.


hosts homemade treats and 

 Nieto was killed by blunt 

School with local law enforcement 

 “This type of road The city has confirmed 

sandwiches prepared by 

force trauma to the head. He 

to respond to reports of 

reconfiguration has been one meeting March 22 at 

member mothers and their 

was found dead on a horse 

Violencepotential school violence. 

shown to reduce crashes and Pasadena City College/ daughters.

trail by two riders Feb. 17, 

In the past year, START 

fatalities, reduce speeding, Foothill Campus Multi- The Great American Swing 


 Supervisor Kathryn conducted interventions 

and increase the safety and Purpose Room 3035 E. Band will perform musical 

 Spengler is currently 

Barger announced that the with 127 students and 

number of bicyclists,” they Foothill Boulevard.favorites for listening pleasure 

awaiting trial in an unrelated 

Board of Supervisors has in the past week START 

said. “Other pedestrian The meeting will be held and dancing.


unanimously approved a has received 63 referrals. 

 Anyone with information 

safety improvements such 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The cost is only $10 for 

members and $12 for non-

motion she co-authored Since the deadly shooting 

contact Sergeant Robert Gray 

as high-visibility crosswalks, A second meeting has 

members of the Pasadena 

with Supervisor Janice at Marjory Stoneman 
Senior Center. Reservations 

at (323) 890-5500. 

Pg. 4 
Pg. 3 
Pg. 7 
Pg. 10
Hahn to enhance the role of Douglas High School, 

Pasadena Symphony 

may be made at the Welcome 

the county’s School Threat local law enforcement have 

Desk or by calling 626-795

Assessment Response Team intervened in credible 

Continues 90th Season 4331 no later than Wednesday, 

(START) program. threats of violence against 

March 14.

 .The Pasadena 

 To prevent campus violence schools in Whittier, Long 

 The Pasadena Senior Center 

Symphony continues 

through early identification Beach, Santa Clarita, 

is an independent nonprofit 

its 90th season on 

and intervention of at-Inglewood, Bellflower, Los 

agency that offers recreational, 

Saturday, March 24th 

risk youths and young Angeles, and Cerritos.

educational, wellness and 

with Rachmaninoff 

social services to people ages 

adults, the Department “I have no doubt that 

Rhapsody on a 

50 and older in a welcoming 

of Mental Health created START has saved lives,” 

Theme of Paganini 


START in 2009 to partner said Supervisor Hahn. “But 

at Ambassador 

with the Federal Bureau of they are stretched thin. 

Auditorium with 

having established himself as 

Investigation to develop In a county of 10 million performances at 2pm one of the most captivating PUSD Lottery 

a regional approach to residents, we need more 

and 8pm. Music 

pianists of his generation. Results 

targeted school violence.than 10 people working on 

Director David 

Since his debut at age 

“Early identification and this issue. We need to give Lockington will lead 16 with the Los Angeles Now Online 

intervention are vital in our them the resources they 

this mesmerizing 

mutual effort to identify and need to take every single 

Philharmonic and Esa- First lottery results for Pasadena 

program filled 

Pekka Salonen, von Oeyen Unified School District’s 2018

prevent possible incidents threat seriously because our 

with mystery and 

has been hailed worldwide 19 Open Enrollment-School 

of school violence,” said children’s lives are at stake.”

intrigue, opening with for his brilliant technique, Choice are available online at 

Supervisor Barger. “We County staff will provide 

Alexander Miller’s elegant interpretations and and have 

cannot ignore the red flags a report back to the 

contemporary puzzle also been mailed to homes.

and we must actively seek Board in 30-days with 

balanced artistry.

overture Scherzo Students offered placement 

out troubled young people recommendations including 

 To learn more about von 

Crypto, and closing at a school or program via the 

and get them the help program expansion. 

Oeyen and the concert’s 

with an even more first lottery must complete 

themed program, arrive 

registration with all the necessary 

cryptic work – the 

early for Insights, a pre-documents at the school they 

Enigma Variations of 

concert discussion with were selected to attend.

Elgar. The program 

Music Director David Registration for students 


centers a Lockington that begins one selected in the First Lottery takes classic Rachmaninoff hour prior to March 1-16, 2018.
melody, with his All concerts are held at Applications for the the Second 
virtuosic Rhapsody on Lottery of 2018-2019 Open 

Ambassador Auditorium, 

a Theme of Paganini Enrollment/School Choice will 

131 South St. John Ave, 

performed by brilliant be accepted online April 2-6, 

with both matinee and 

pianist Andrew von 2018. The Second Lottery is open 

evening performances 

to both families who live within 


at 2pm and 8pm. Single PUSD and families who reside 

Winner of the 

tickets start at $35 and may outside of PUSD. Non-PUSD 

prestigious Gilmore 

be purchased online at families families may submit 

Award, Von applications of interest Oeyen promises org or by calling (626) 793-for PUSD’s signature programs 

a spellbinding 

7172. A limited number of April 2-6, 2018. 

performance For more information contact 

tickets will be available at 

of Rachmaninoff ’s the Office of Enrollment, Records 

the box office on the day of 

romantic blockbuster, & Permits at 626.396.3639.

the concert. 

City to Look at Traffic Calming

Measures Along Orange Grove

Space Tech ConferenceReturns to Pasadena

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