Tag Archives: Peter Dreier

Hotel project push back could forge new political alliance

PASADENA – A hotel project that has drawn the ire of Pasadena community members and organized labor will head to the Pasadena Planning Commission at 6:15 p.m., on Wednesday, in the Hale Building, 175 N. Garfield Avenue, according to city … Continue reading

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PUSD could carve up voting districts with class in mind

PASADENA – While the battle over whether undocumented immigrants can vote in Pasadena Unified School District board elections seems to have cooled in recent days, a more contentious voting fight is brewing, according to sources close to the district. The … Continue reading

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Peter Dreier responds to Wednesday’s Notes from Northwest post

Occidental professor and Pasadena community activist Peter Dreier responds to yesterday’s Notes from Northwest Pasadena blog post on financial and pension reform. Here is the response: Your column comparing the mortgage crisis and Pasadena’s pension problem is like comparing apples … Continue reading

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Dreier responds to blog post on salaries

Pasadena Unified School District supporter, political pundit and Occidental College Professor Peter Dreier issued a response to our blog post on the superintendent’s salary. Here it is: To put new PUSD Supt. Jon Gundry’s $240,000 salary in perspective, consider the … Continue reading

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Winning influence on South Hudson (PUSD)

PASADENA – With new leadership taking the reins at the Pasadena Unified School District, residents from all three communities connected to the district are asking who will have the ear of new Superintendent Jon Gundry. One local politico said Gundry … Continue reading

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