Monterey Park News

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Dr. Ed Hernandez in Rosemead

State Senator Ed Hernandez is holding a "Community Conversation" in Rosemead this Saturday.

Event Details:
Date: Saturday, June 18, 2011
Time: 9am – 10:30am
Location: Garvey Park
7933 Emerson Place
Rosemead, CA 91770

Cantonese, Mandarin and Vietnamese translation will be available.

Bobby Salcedo Memorial Highway

The Pomona Freeway from the Atlantic Avenue offramp in Monterey Park to the Rosemead City Limit has been named in honor of slain educator Roberto "Bobby" Salcedo.

Robberies in the San Gabriel Valley

This story has been getting quite a bit of coverage in the local media. Apparently, there's a team of robbers targeting women who return home late at night. Victims have lived in Alhambra, Monterey Park, San Gabriel and South Pasadena. Obviously, they could also hit neighboring cities.

Overly Generous Benefits for Electeds in Monterey Park

This story came out a few days ago. It's just the most recent of many stories that have recently come to light of long-time elected officials, feeding at the public trough. Sadly, although these particular electeds will have to pay some money back, the vast majority will get to keep their ill-gotten gains.

More on Election Day in Rosemead and Monterey Park

The San Gabriel Valley Journal reported results from Monterey Park and Rosemead. The big story? 13 percent voter turnout in Rosemead. That's pretty sad.

Party Endorsements -- Monterey Park

For Monterey Park's March 8 election, the L.A. County Democratic Party has endorsed Bob Gin, Hans Liang, and Anthony Wong. The County GOP has endorsed Joe Avila and Walter Sarnoi.

Sarnoi appears to be a boxer of some renown.

Election Day

Tuesday, March 8 is election day in Monterey Park, Rosemead and San Gabriel. If you're not sure about your polling place, visit the L.A. County Registrar-Recorder's website. Note that some of you may have two separate polling places: one for your city council election and one for the L.A. Community College Board of Trustees election.

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