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Methodist Hospital in Arcadia laid off or reduced the hours of more than 50 employees in response to short patient stays and too few Medicare dollars.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
September 30, 1987
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
September 30, 1987
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
Hospitals - Arcadia Methodist Hospital
Item ID
1807AN
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Enormous cut backs, reduced operating hours, and admission fees are all being contemplated as solutions to keeping the Arboretum going in the face of Proposition 13 caused revenue losses.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper446
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
June 22, 1978
Pages
p. 1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
June 22, 1978
Pages
p. 1
Subjects
Arboretum
Item ID
446AN
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Arcadia Dial-a-Ride service to return to seniors, disabled after years of students "monopolizing" the service. On July 1, the fare will increase from 25 cents to 50 cents per ride and will have new fixed routes. The Dial-a-Ride will be for seniors over 62 years old and riders who are disabled.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper34588
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
June 10, 2016
Pages
p. A7
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
June 10, 2016
Pages
p. A7
Subjects
Arcadia Transit--Dial-a-Ride
Buses
Public transportation
Item ID
34780AN
Collection
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Food company executives Feng Wu Lam, who owns South El Monte based Golden Food, Inc. and her husband Wei Wen Wu, the company's manager, face insurance fraud, wage theft charges. They are accused of underreporting their payroll to workers' compensation insurance carriers by about $4.5 million between 2015 and 2019. They are both Arcadia residents.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper36163
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
January 29, 2022
Pages
p. A3, A5
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
January 29, 2022
Pages
p. A3, A5
Subjects
Crime and Criminals
Insurance fraud
Lam, Feng Wu
Wage theft
Workers' compensation insurance
Wu, Wei Wen
Collection
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City council is considering a proposal to help subsidize the wages of city employees who are called away to military service.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper22216
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
November 20, 2001
Pages
p. A4
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
November 20, 2001
Pages
p. A4
Subjects
City Council
Subsidy, wages
Item ID
22431AN
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The Arcadia and Monrovia police departments have been forced to increase overtime spending and reduce dayside patrol staffing because of the recent transfer of criminal cases from the Santa Anita Courthouse to Alhambra.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
November 25, 2002
Pages
p. A1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
November 25, 2002
Pages
p. A1
Subjects
Police
Santa Anita Courthouse
Item ID
24972AN
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The City Council has unanimously opposed 2 police proposals for 3 12-hour shifts per week and a 1.5% increase for overtime, pay for being on call, and for equipment. The contract which gave officers a 25.3% pay increase over the past 3 years expired Sept. 30th.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper4414
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
October 20, 1994
Pages
p. H-12
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
October 20, 1994
Pages
p. H-12
Subjects
Police
Item ID
4290AN
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The city budget passed unanimously on Tuesday night and included the elimination of 9 full-time employee positions, an increase in paramedics fees and a one-year, 1 percent utility tax increase.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper6241
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
June 19, 1996
Pages
p. A1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
June 19, 1996
Pages
p. A1
Subjects
City Council, 1990-1999
Item ID
6066AN
Collection
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The Arcadia City Council approved a 6% hike in building fees, such as building permits, conditional use permits, and request for modifications. The increase, set for November 17, will be used to offset the 6% salary hike that city employees received in the 1989-90 budget.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper679
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
October 25, 1989
Pages
p A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
October 25, 1989
Pages
p A-1
Subjects
Building Fees
Item ID
679AN
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Arcadia City Council approves 3/4 cent sales tax increase to go on an upcoming ballot.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
January 17, 2019
Pages
p. 1, 10
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
January 17, 2019
Pages
p. 1, 10
Subjects
Arcadia City Council
Ballot measures
Sales tax
Item ID
35646AN
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The City Council approved a proposal Tuesday that would place a voluntary cap on the amount candidates spend in the April municipal election. The limit will be 50 cents per resident.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper10321
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 3, 1997
Pages
p. A1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 3, 1997
Pages
p. A1
Subjects
City Council, 1990 - 1999
Item ID
10269AN
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Governor Gray Davis issued an order requiring retail businesses to reduce unnecessary outdoor lighting wattage during non-business hours. The Arcadia Police Department seeks compliance from local businesses.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
April 12, 2001
Pages
p. 1
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
April 12, 2001
Pages
p. 1
Subjects
Energy crisis
Electricity
Businesses
Conservation
Item ID
29399AN
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The Live Oak Library's hours will be cut as much as 45% for the second time in recent years. Photos.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
July 6, 1995
Pages
p. 1 Hometown section
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
July 6, 1995
Pages
p. 1 Hometown section
Subjects
Live Oak Library
Item ID
4451AN
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Measure A seeks to repeal utility users tax in Arcadia, on the April 12 ballot. The utility users tax is a source of revenue expected to generate $7 million for the city this year. Arcadia charges residents 7% for gas, water, and electricity, and 5% for telephone on utility bills. The city estimates each household pays less than $10 per person per month on average. The tax is 12.5% of the city's $54.9 million general fund budget. If repealed, it would mean a 12.5% cut to city services, including cutting 12 police officers, closing a fire department, increasing blight, street sweeping would be reduced from weekly to every other week. Programs for children and seniors would be eliminated and library and museum hours would be reduced significantly. Larry Papp helped author the initiative.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper34452
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
February 7, 2016
Pages
p. A3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
February 7, 2016
Pages
p. A3
Subjects
Arcadia city budget
City Council Elections--2011-2020--April 2016
Measure A--Utility Users Tax
Papp, Larry
Item ID
34644AN
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Beginning October 1, Arcadians will pay more for their water. The increase will be in two steps. The first will be an increase of 6% per 100 cubic feet. The second will be dependent on possible increases in the Edison rates for pumping.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper3566
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
May 30, 1976
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
May 30, 1976
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
Water
Item ID
3445AN
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Water rates in Arcadia will be lowered by $.04 per 100 cu Ft effective July 1, 1979. The burden of the water tax, now split 50% each by the city and property owners, will fall 100% on property owners. However, the increased property tax is tax deductible.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper3571
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
November 9, 1978
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
November 9, 1978
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
Water
Item ID
3450AN
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Beginning July 1 water bills are increasing by 5.9%. For average homeowner, it will amount to only about 49 cents per month.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
March 20, 1983
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
March 20, 1983
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
Water
Item ID
3461AN
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Arcadia City Council voted 4-0 to approve a voluntary spending limit of 50 cents per resident for campaign spending. The law comes up for a second vote at the next council meeting.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 18, 1997
Pages
p. A3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 18, 1997
Pages
p. A3
Subjects
City Council, 1990 - 1999
Item ID
10328AN
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Malls taking different paths with operations. San Gabriel Valley: some in the region are bucking trend and staying open, with reduced hours during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Westfield Santa Anita (in photo) is mostly empty, with only a few stores and food places open in Arcadia. While malls in many parts of Southern California have temporarily closed because of the possible spread of the novel coronavirus, Westfield in Arcadia, the Shops at Montebello, and Plaza West Covina have remained open, but with reduced hours.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
March 18, 2020
Pages
p. A3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
March 18, 2020
Pages
p. A3
Subjects
Coronavirus-COVID-19
Economy
Epidemics
Pandemics
Westfield Santa Anita
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111 City Hall employees may earn an extra $50-110 a month by walking, bicycling, carpooling, or using public transportation to work. The City Council approved the plan to satisfy South Coast Air Quality Management District regulations requiring worksites to provide incentives to employees who reduce vehicle trips to work.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper1140
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
May 20, 1990
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
May 20, 1990
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
City Employees
Item ID
1139AN
Collection
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