Mountain Views News, Combined edition

Combined Edition

Inside this Week:

Sierra Madre:

Sierra Madre:
Walking SM … The Social Side
Sierra Madre Police Blotter

SM Community Calendar:
SM Calendar of Events

Pasadena – Altadena:

Altadena · So. Pasadena · San Marino:
Pasadena Crime Blotter

Arcadia · Monrovia · Duarte:
Arcadia Police Blotter
News & Notices
Wildfire Safety Planning

Education / Best Friends:
Christopher Nyerges
Pet of the Week
Katnip News!

The Good Life:
Family Matters
Out to Pastor
Senior Happenings

Support Your Local Businesses:

Section B:
Chef Peter Dills
Table for Two
L.A. Covid-19 Update

Mt. Wilson Trail Arch Project:

Support Your Local Businesses:

Rich Johnson
Stuart Tolchin On …
Dinah Chong Watkins
The Funnies

Dick Polman
The Funnies

Legal Notices (1):

Legal Notices (2):

Support Your Local Businesses:

Deanne Davis
Peter Dills
Marc Garlett
Rich Johnson
Christopher Nyerges
Rev. James Snyder
Stuart Tolchin

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SATURDAY, JULY 24, 2021 
SATURDAY, JULY 24, 2021 
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700 East California – represented the buyer 
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21 East Alegria – represented the seller 
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Good Luck to our Sierra Madre 13U 
Pony All Stars at the Pony World Series 
VOLUME 15 NO. 30 



Yes, they made it! In last week's edition 
we reported on the Sierra Madre Ponybaseball team, 'The Madre's' and that the 
SMGSA girls 10u were both on the verge 
of clenching a spot in their respective 
world championshps. 

Well, they made it. Yes, "TWO Sierra 
Madre teams are in the midst of historic 
championship tours." 

SM Pony Baseball 13 year-olds (last year’s 
graduating Little Leaguers who lost their 
season to COVID on the left) qualified for 
the World Series tournament in Modesto, 

The Tournament is this weekend, July 22-26 (Champion 
will be crowned on Monday). 

Breaking News: On Friday, the madre ponyteam beat the hagerstown, maryland team with a score 
of 1-0, You can watch the action ths weekend online: 
go to :

The SM Girls Softball 10 year-olds (The Madre Mayhem) 
qualified for US Junior Olympic Tournament at 
Santee Sportsplex in San Diego County Tournament is 
this weekend, July 22-25. (Picture right Friday afteroon 
before their game in Lakeside). 

Breaking Nws: Madre Mayhem cleaned house theirfirst game, beating their opponents 18-0 Friday night! 


Neighbors concerned about the impact 
of one of the largest housing projects in 
Sierra Madre history gathered Thursday 
evening on N. Sunnyside to display their 
displeasure with the planned development 
of 42 homes on the monastery 

According to organizer Matt Bryant, the 
group feels that "If the project were to go 
through, the result would be: 

1. Every tree on both sides of that beautiful 
road from the top of Sunnyside to theRetreat Center will be destroyed. 
2. The deer, coyotes, bobcats hawks andother wildlife will be gone. 
3. The additional water users in an extreme 
drought that is only getting worsewill lead to higher rates and rationing forexisting residents. 
4. The staging area for fires and rescue helicopters will be gone. 
5. The houses will be built in an extreme fire hazard area. 
6. Idyllic Sunnyside will be turned into a freeway with increased traffic from the retreatcenter, 42 additional homes, a public park, Amazon deliveries and more. 
7. The additional ingress/egress point at Carter/Grove/Lima will be an even worse and dangerous 
choke point because of the overflow park-ing at Bailey Park which already forcesvisitors to park way down on Grove and because there are no side-walks, they have to dodge 
cars as they walk up to the park - and that’s the way it is now over there. Add to that the 
additional traffic from the 42 homes and new park and you have an accident waiting to 
8. Emergency vehicles will have trouble getting up Sunnyside and Carter/Grove. 
9. All this traffic will lead to Sierra Madre’s first traffic light, congestion through out townand perhaps parking meters downtown. 10. The loss of ever diminishing open space andanimal habitat. 
10. And then to add insult to injury, 2 years or more of construction with big rigs grindingup Sunnyside all day spewing pollution and noise as they go. 
The crowd was peaceful, two police cars were needed to monitor the traffic flow because of 
the size of the crowd."

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