To Elisa Ventura, Pasadena Water & Power – WPRA opposes the Arroyo Seco Canyon Project DEIR with spreading basins & proposes alternativesWPRA-Comments-Arroyo-Canyon-Project-DEIR
To Hayden Melbourne, Engineer of Pasadena Public Works asking that the review for the Lower Arroyo Habitat Restoration Plan be extended for public participation & disapproval of the process and project directionWPRA-Comments-Lower-Arroyo-Habitat-Restoration
WPRA asks Steve Mermell to reconsider building the Goldline overpass at California and Arroyo and instead use funding for other projects like 710 ditch development2020-06-18-WPRA-opposes-Cal.-Blvd.-Goldline-overpass
West Pasadena Residents’ Association, in cooperation with the Linda Vista-Annandale Association and the Madison Heights Neighborhood Association, hosted a nonpartisan candidates’ forum January 23, 2020 at the Maranatha High School Student Center. All candidates for mayor and District 6 City Council attended, including Mayor Terry Tornek and his three challengers: District 5 Councilmember Victor Gordo, former City Commissioner Jason Hardin, and businessman Major Williams. In west Pasadena, District 6 Councilmember Steve Madison presented his views along with attorney, Tamerlin Godley and nonprofit executive Ryan Bell.
WPRA asks that Hayden Melbourn and Public Works abandon plans to build and place large canopies over playground equipment in Desiderio Park2019_10_08-WPRA_Letter_to-Hayden-Melbourn_Desiderio-Park
West Pasadena Residents’ Association Requests Approval of AB 29 and the removal of State Route 710 from the Streets and Highways Code2019_08_24_WPRA-letter-to-Portantino_AB29
Regarding Public Hearing item #11: Zoning Code Amendments relating to Inclusionary Housing and Affordable Housing Concession Menu and Adjustments to Inclusionary In-lieu Fee Rates2019-08-16-WPRA-letter-to-CC-endorsing-Staffs-IHO-changes
WPRA letter to Planning Department supporting staff’s proposals for zoning code amendments to update inclusionary housing requirements and establish an affordable housing concession menu2019-08-07_WPRA-letter-zoning-amendments-for-IHR-affordable-housing
The West Pasadena Residents’ Association on May 8 convened its 57th annual membership meeting, held this year at Mayfield Senior School. Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek opened with comments about the citizen-led Arroyo Seco planning effort, citing its evolution into a new non-profit organization, the One Arroyo Foundation.
WPRA requests the Commission’s deliberations and the public hearing on inclusionary housing requirements and an affordable housing concession menu be continued to a future date2019-05-04-Request-More-Time-to-Review-Housing-Concessions-Proposal