Bill Bogaard

City of Pasadena

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Mayor of Pasadena and Vice President of the Board of Directors for the League of California Cities

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Thousands of trees have fallen since those high Santa Ana winds began last Wednesday night. Many still haven't been cleaned up.

Santa Ana Winds and Cuts to Tree-trimming Budgets

Thousands of trees have fallen since those high Santa Ana winds began last Wednesday night. Many still haven't been cleaned up.

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Governor Brown says next week's budget proposal will help meet his campaign promise to move government "closer to the people."

Jerry Brown and Proposition 13

Governor Brown says next week's budget proposal will help meet his campaign promise to move government "closer to the people."

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