During Monday’s city council meeting, Pasadena introduced new ordinances for short-term rental hosts operating in the city through websites like Airbnb.
Despite the hot weather Saturday, the Pasadena community turned out for the 34th annual Black History Parade and Festival, which featured food trucks, music and PCC students and administrators.
As one of the oldest and longest parades for Black History Month in the U.S., the Black History Celebration Planning Committee wanted to honor past leaders of the community who continue to inspire a new generation of future leaders.
After the Pasadena City Council deadlocked in a vote to approve or deny plans for a Chick-fil-A across from the PCC on Bonnie Avenue and Colorado Boulevard Monday night, the Board of Zoning’s approval of the plans in March will stand.
The fate of a planned Chick-fil-A restaurant across the street from PCC will be in the hands of the Pasadena City Council on May 5 after a city councilman again asked the council to reconsider the project.
Pasadena City Councilman Terry Tornek will again ask the city council to reconsider the zoning board’s approval of a Chick-fil-A restaurant across the street from PCC.
The college opposes the plans of a restaurant with a history in supporting anti-gay groups from opening near the campus.