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Monrovia Student Honored by the Make-A-Wish Foundation
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Monrovia Student Honored by the Make-A-Wish Foundation

Plymouth Elementary kindergarten student Addison Iylah MacLellan, 5, has inspired her family, friends, and doctors with her remarkable resilience and bravery through more than 20 surgeries. She recently celebrated with a family trip to Disneyland sponsored by the benevolent Make-A-Wish Foundation. At birth, Addison was diagnosed with a number of illnesses including hydrocephalus, caudal regression…

State of the City of Monrovia Delivered Jan. 28
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State of the City of Monrovia Delivered Jan. 28

Movie Studio Grill will host the annual State of the City Address on Jan. 28 at 7 pm. The entire community is invited to attend to hear what the City Council feels are the greatest achievements of 2018 while laying out the plans for the future. It is free to attend. The Address will be delivered in theatre…

Monrovia Hopes to ‘Prevent and Combat Homelessness’
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Monrovia Hopes to ‘Prevent and Combat Homelessness’

By Susan Motander Last year, the City of Monrovia undertook a four-month study of the issue of homelessness and its impact on the city’s park and Old Town area. In this study the city held several community meetings as well as those with a vested interest in the issue including: Foothill Unity Center, the county’s Homeless…

Monrovia Needs Volunteers to Assist With Homeless Count
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Monrovia Needs Volunteers to Assist With Homeless Count

The City of Monrovia will once again be participating in the 2019 Point-in-Time Homeless Count, an annual event coordinated by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority. This year, the count is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, Jan. 22. On that evening, volunteers will be surveying Monrovia along with other areas of the San Gabriel Valley…

/ Monrovia Transit Dial-a-Ride is Changing
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/ Monrovia Transit Dial-a-Ride is Changing

Monrovia city staff has been trying to find ways to improve the GoMonrovia program; staff has also been assessing how they can better serve passengers with disabilities who are in need of an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) accessible vehicle. Currently, ADA rides are provided through the city’s dial-a-ride shuttle. However, users with non-ADA needs are still…

Station Square Parking Lot Work Just Got More Expensive
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Station Square Parking Lot Work Just Got More Expensive

Giant boulders and low groundwater levels cause problems The City of Monrovia approved an agreement with HMC, Inc., in August of 2018 to coordinate remediation efforts at the park-and-ride lot at Station Square, as mandated by the LA Regional Water Board (Board), and those efforts have been going well thus far. The Board approved a preliminary…

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