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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Rosemead Appoints Former City Clerk to City Manager's Spot

ROSEMEAD, CA – Rosemead City Council members have selected Ms. Gloria Molleda to serve as City Manager, officials announced Tuesday (1-9-17).
Gloria Molleda previously worked for the City as City Clerk between 2007 to 2015. During that time, Ms. Molleda was City Clerk and later appointed Director of Communications.. Since leaving Rosemead, Ms. Molleda worked as the Chief City Clerk in the neighboring City of San Gabriel.
“I am honored and very excited to have the opportunity to serve, once again, the City Council, city staff and the community of the City of Rosemead,” Molleda said. “I look forward to implementing the Council and community’s vision, and playing a key role in positioning the City for a bright future."
Ms. Molleda has agreed to the same terms for her employment with the City of Rosemead as were agreed to with the prior City Manager. Ms. Molleda’s first day will be on January 16, 2018.

class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Big Ceremony Remembers Sept. 11 at Rosemead Memorial Site

   ROSEMEAD – City of Rosemead celebrated September 11th Remembrance Ceremony in the afternoon of Sept. 11, at Rosemead Civic Center with residents, visitors, city and other nearby civic officials and County of Los Angeles Fire and Sheriff departments participating.
The event started with USA flag hanging from a county fire tall ladder truck as buglers Larry Ballenger, Bailey Chen, Julianne Rose, Bryan Rose, and Mark Riebs played the Star Spangled Banner. It was interesting that the USA flag that had flown up under the fire truck’s ladder up until that time, dropped straight down at attention as the wind stopped during the banner music. As soon as the music stopped the wind blew the flag back up under the ladder even though the flag was weighted.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Rosemead Celebrates USA's Birthday with a Big Parade, Carnival and Fireworks!

 Thousands of people enjoyed celebrating America's birthday on Independence Day, July 4, 2016, in Rosemead starting with a parade in the morning down Valley Boulevard past Rosemead City Hall, activities during the day at Rosemead Park folllowed by the free fireworks show at 9 p.m.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Dinsmoor Museum To Raise Repair Funds at Annual Luncheon on Saturday, June 25

   Rosemead – Dinsmoor House Museum’s 12th Annual Luncheon “Under the Oaks” is scheduled for Saturday, June 25, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Julie Gentry, museum director, invites the public to attend and said there will be a delicious home-made lunch and desserts, raffle prizes and a 50-50 drawing.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Rosemead Candidates Forum Cancelled

A scheduled City Council Candidates Forum on Wednesday, Feb. 18, has been cancelled due to lack of participation by candidates, sponsors announced today.

The forum was sponsored by the Rosemead Chamber of Commerce and the West Valley Journal newspaper. Initially all candidates agreed on the date, but several later cancelled their appearance.

Rosemead's city election is scheduled on Tuesday, March 3. Two incumbents are being challenged by two other candidates.

class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Savannah Peggy Born at Savannah Memorial Park Cemetery

 On April 6, 2016 at 7:30 a.m., a baby goat named Savannah Peggy after the cemetery it was born in and after a long time supporter of the cemetery, Peggy, was born much to the delight of visitors watching the goats eat the grass and weeds to clean up the cemetery, announced Johnny Gonzales of Environmental Land Management, the company supplying the grazing goats at the cemetery project.

class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Goats Eat Weeds at Savannah Memorial Park Cemetery

  El Monte Cemetery Association was looking for a way to get the local communities involved at its historic cemetery located at 9263 E. Valley Boulevard between Valley Boulevard and Mission Drive just west of the streets merging in Rosemead, just south of Rosemead Park. Savannah Memorial Park is known as an American graveyard with California Historic Landmark 1,046.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Housing Rights Workshop Scheduled

Rosemead Library will host a housing rights workshop on Saturday, March 26, at 2 p.m. The Library is located at 8800 Valley Blvd.
The workshop is for landlords and tenants and is presented by the Housing Rights Center.
Topics covered will include: fair housing laws, evictions, rent increases, notices to vacate, security deposits, repairs, disability rights, and much more.

class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" EVENTS: Rosemead Plans Area Watch Meeting

Rosemead’s next Community Area Watch program is scheduled for Thursday, February 18, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Garvey Intermediate School, 2720 N. Jackson Avenue, Rosemead.
The city is divided into nine community areas with a meeting being hosted in each area once during the calendar year. The February 18th meeting serves Area 7 (for residents bound by San Gabriel Boulevard, Graves Avenue, New Avenue, and Garvey Avenue).
Dinner and raffle prizes will be provided for participants.

class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Homeless Workshop Planned

Rosemead Public Safety in collaboration with the Homeless Consortium and the Volunteers of America will host a “Homeless Awareness Workshop” on Thursday, November 12, 2015 from 6:30 - 7:30 the Rosemead Public Safety Center, 8301 Garvey Avenue.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Woman Dies in Rosemead Car Collision

ROSEMEAD - A woman was killed and six other persons were injured in accident involving several cars in the city of Rosemead this morning (5/24).
Press reports identified the fatality as Maria Del Rocio Suarez, 46 of Tujunga. She apparently died at the accident scene on Rosemead Boulevard and Glendon Way, according to the County Coroner’s office.

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More Articles...

  1. Rosemead Lists Locations for Toy & Food Donations
  2. Former Rosemead Mayor Pleads Guilty
  3. Cemetery Site of Memorial for War of 1812 Vets
  4. Saluting Memory of War of 1812 Veterans
  5. Rosemead to Rock to Beat of American Indian Dancers
  6. Young Americans Musical Workshop Coming to Rosemead
  7. Edison Blames Japanese Company for San Onofre Problems
  8. Pasadena City College to Open Rosemead Campus
  9. Garvey School District Teacher of the Year Announced
  10. Rosemead Offers Emergency Training
  11. Rosemead Plans Family Night At Garvey Center
  12. ROSEMEAD: Surviving a Pretend Emergency at the Park
  13. Council Proclaims Aug. 6 As "Rosemead National Nite Out"
  14. Rosemead Offers Overnight 'Survival Camp' Experience
  15. A Few Light Items Are On Rosemead Council's Agenda
  16. Relay for Life Today (7/13/13)at Rosemead High
  17. Rosemead Honors Outgoing Planning Commissioners
  18. Commissioners To Be Honored At Meeting
  19. Rosemead Celebrates with Parade & 5K Run
  20. Still Time To Register for Rosemead's July 4th 5k Walk-Run
  21. Rosemead Council Proclaims July 'Parks Make Life Better!' Month
  22. Rosemead Residents Can Sign-up for Emergency Email & Text Notices
  23. Avoid a Parking Ticket: Check Holiday Schedules
  24. Rosemead Celebrates Independence Day with 5K Run, Parade
  25. Rosemead Council To Appoint New Commissioners
  26. Rosemead Council Passes Another Balanced Budget
  27. Edison To Shut Down San Onofre Nuclear Plant
  28. Budget Adoption, Miss Rosemead On This Week's Council Agenda
  29. Rosemead City Council Approves Couple Of Items
  30. Rosemead City Council Hoping To Adopt Balanced Budget
  31. Rosemead Hosts Mental Health Awareness Workshop
  32. Rosemead Mayor Presents State Of City; See Video
  33. Council Sets New Time To Take In Garbage Cans
  34. Major New Restaurant to Open in Rosemead
  35. Busy Agenda for Rosemead Council on Tuesday, April 23
  36. 200 Witness Low's Installation as Rosemead Mayor
  37. Rosemead Installs Polly Low as Mayor
  38. Sheriffs to Give Update on Rosemead Burglaries
  39. Rosemead To Install Re-Elected Council Members
  40. Layoffs Send Edison Employees Over the Edge

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