Date: March 6th, 2019

San Gabriel Valley Groundwater Levels Remain Low
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San Gabriel Valley Groundwater Levels Remain Low

Despite above average rainfall this year After a multi-year drought, and low rainfall totals in eight of the past 10 years, rainfall in the San Gabriel Valley has been trending above average this winter. These storms have provided nearly 28 inches of rain so far this season, with the Los Angeles County Flood Control District…

City of Monrovia Receives $500K Planning Grant
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City of Monrovia Receives $500K Planning Grant

Part of the Future Communities Pilot Program  The City of Monrovia is one of eight recipients receiving a grant from the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) as part of the Future Communities Pilot Program (FCPP). As just one of the two cities who received the maximum grant amount of $500,000, Monrovia’s application focused on…

Bathing in Beauty and Luxury at Belmond El Encanto in Santa Barbara
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Bathing in Beauty and Luxury at Belmond El Encanto in Santa Barbara

By Greg Aragon The Belmond El Encanto hotel has welcomed discerning guests since 1918. Perched in the hills above Santa Barbara, this iconic hideaway offers serene seclusion in a relaxed, yet luxurious setting of lush gardens, winding paths and private bungalows. It has been described as Hollywood glamour in a modern classic and after my…

Nominate Monrovia’s 2019 Older American of the Year
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Nominate Monrovia’s 2019 Older American of the Year

Do you know an older American who is worthy of recognition for their service to others in the community?  Now is your chance to celebrate and honor them. Monrovia is now accepting nominations for the 2019 Older American of the Year Award hosted by Los Angeles County Commission for Older Adults (LACCOA). A copy of the…