Weekend recap (for those of you who were also sick Monday, making Tuesday more of Monday than Monday was, get it?)

I’m a little late getting this up (just a whole day) but here are some of the stories you missed this weekend (and maybe Monday too, I know I did). I was out sick Monday, so Tuesday is the official start of my week. Anyway, weekend in review is upon us, in case you were worried.

The defense talks about the Manling Williams hung jury and what this decision means for the future punishment of the convicted killer. (Don’t forget about the discussion of the death penalty at this earlier blog post. Note: sometimes peddling my own blog posts to garner readership makes me feel guilty. And sad.)

Everybody’s favorite: A water board story (not water boarding, water board.) Some long time members of the San Gabriel Water Quality Authority have left, forcing a lot of changes.

And Rosemead School District board members may raise their stipends 5 percent. They currently make between $262.55 and $266.72 per month.

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  • Zorro

    Would have been nice on the water board story to know how much money the seats pay. Seems like local governments create these bodies so they can pad their pay with stipends from all sorts of boards and commissions that no one knows or hears about.