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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