Here is her announcement.
Pretty good news for the City of Arcadia. Sierra Madre used to have many principled people like April who were willing to put it all on the line and run for City Council out of a sense devotion and duty to the community. Not so much this year.
You have to wonder what Sierra Madre's de facto capitulation to fiscally profligate municipal union pols is going to mean for preservation in the long run. How soon will it be before those folks decide that the property tax and impact fee money to be made off of big development to pay for things like CalPERS is in everyone's best interest?
My guess is not too long after the election.
Another Defeat for McMansions in Arcadia
Nice Courtney Tomkins article in the Pasadena Star News (entire article here).
When even Sho Tay votes against a project like this one you know big changes are being made in Arcadia.