Last week’s decision by the Department of Homeland Security to lower the national terror threat level from “high” to “elevated” had no significant impact on La Verne’s security preparation.
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After 21 years on the city council, Patrick Gatti lost his bid for re-election to newcomer Steven Johnson.
Campus and community news for the week of Feb. 28, 2003.
As rain continues to soak the city, La Verne is scrambling to alleviate threats posed to residents by mudslides and flooding.
In a press release, Secretary of State Colin Powell is urging students to be careful using drugs and alcohol in foreign countries as many American students serve time in detention or foreign jails.
La Verne voters will decide March 4 who will navigate the city through an imminent economic crisis, while maintaining services and balancing the books.
University of La Verne will distribute the remainder of funds originally budgeted for the School of Continuing Education fine as $500 bonuses to all regular full-time employees.
The University of La Verne reached an agreement with the Department of Education to dramatically reduce the $6.9 million fine, originally recommended in last year’s audit of recruiting practices by the School of Continuing Education.