Category Archives: Open Government

Airbrushing history redux

“Soviet premier, Joseph Stalin, routinely airbrushed his enemies out of images. In this photo, a commissar was removed from the original photograph after falling out of favor with Stalin.” Tuesday, New York Times: On a talk show last fall, a … Continue reading

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Hey, just back for a visit

This is Edward again. I may restart posting in tandem with Kate, but I’m still trying to figure it out. Also reader comments might be a bit slow posting because of a spam attack. Anyway, I just wanted to point … Continue reading

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Possible ethical violation charge in Pasadana

Pasadena Now says Councilman Steve Haderlein will be meeting with the city attorney today about a complaint filed against him. (via Aaron Proctor)

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I come not to bury Glendora…

but I’m also not praising it. Tonight they’re expected to announce a new city manager. With solid defensive action by lobbying groups, cities are not obligated by open-meeting laws to announce before the meeting who they have picked and negotiated … Continue reading

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