Date: February 28th, 2019

LimeBikes Will Disappear From Monrovia
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LimeBikes Will Disappear From Monrovia

By Susan Motander The bright green bicycles will soon be gone from Monrovia. Lime (the company formerly known as LimeBike) has decided to pull its bicycles from the city. Lime released a simple but vague statement: “Our mission is to provide communities with safe, sustainable, convenient transportation options, and we are constantly looking to improve the…

Monrovia Dial-A-Ride Transitions to ADA System
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Monrovia Dial-A-Ride Transitions to ADA System

The City of Monrovia is pressing forward and making good progress in the transition to dial-a-ride vans to a closed ADA system, where riders will have to get pre-registered in order to access the vans. All ambulatory non-ADA customers also have the option of utilizing Lyft for their public transportation needs. Based on current progress, starting…

Tiger has a New Home: Monrovia
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Tiger has a New Home: Monrovia

Earlier this month at the Feb. 19 council meeting, the Pasadena Humane Society introduced its Pet of the Month, Tiger, a 14-month-old female bulldog. City Manager Oliver Chi in his weekly update announced that Tiger had found a new home in town. She captured the heart of a member of the council, Alex Blackburn. “She is…

Old Phone Company Building in Monrovia May Get New Life
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Old Phone Company Building in Monrovia May Get New Life

By Susan Motander The brick building whose side faces the Monrovia Library may have a new use. Once the General Telephone, then Pacific Bell building, then Verizon, now Frontier Communications Building, the many named facility may be facing a totally new use: self-storage. According to City Manager Oliver Chi, the city has been working with Overton Moore…

Monrovia Author Hosts Book Signing in Arcadia
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Monrovia Author Hosts Book Signing in Arcadia

Former Rose Hills funeral arranger Darlene Incando of Monrovia will discuss and sign her book, “What You Can Do Now,” on March 12 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Rod’s Grill (41 W. Huntington Drive) in Arcadia. The book goes beyond basic funeral arrangements and takes a unique look at what one can do…

Historical Legacies of Arcadia, Monrovia, Pasadena and Sierra Madre Women
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Historical Legacies of Arcadia, Monrovia, Pasadena and Sierra Madre Women

By Danelle Woodman and Isabelle Cruz Women’s History Month started off as a week-long celebration in March declared by President Jimmy Carter in 1980. According to National Women’s History Alliance, in 1987 Congress declared the whole month of March as Women’s History Month in honor and recognition of the “extraordinary achievements of American women.” This…

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