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Published on March 15th, 2023
Lafayette Police Blotter
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Published on March 15th, 2023
Council approves proposals for PD's 'Go Slow Lafayette' campaign
Lafayette's Chief of Police Ben Alldritt gave a presentation on Lafayette PD's "Go Slow Lafayette" campaign to the City Council on Feb. 27. The campaign is focused on improving pedestrian and traffic safety within Lafayette. The presentation covered Alldritt's main ...By Elaine Borden Chandler


Published on March 15th, 2023
Council discusses potential state legislature grant projects; Pleasant Hill Road Pathway project pulled from list for now
A considerable portion of the City Council's Feb. 27 meeting was devoted to a discussion and public comments about four Lafayette projects under review with potential to be submitted for possible grants to the state legislature. Community Project Funding projects are ...By Lou Fancher


Published on March 1st, 2023
Lafayette Police Blotter
Lafayette Police



Published on March 1st, 2023
Mayor Mike, Citizen of the Year - diplomacy, patience and grace under pressure
This year's Citizen of the Year award goes to Mike Anderson - a name familiar to most Lafayette residents for his 25 years of volunteer civic positions. But if his many, many years of service have been impressive, what people remember most is his calm, welcoming ...By Pippa Fisher


Published on March 1st, 2023
Aunt of George Floyd and author of 'Lift Your Voice' visits Lafayette
When Angela Harrelson's nephew died under the knee of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin on May 25, 2020, people in Lamorinda and across the country took notice while pondering what could be done for a more just, inclusive world. Harrelson will add her ...By Sharon K. Sobotta


Published on March 1st, 2023
City returns to in-person public meetings on March 1
Coinciding with the end of state's COVID-19 ...By Jennifer Wake


Published on March 1st, 2023
Clash of the seasons visible on Lamorinda hillsides
What a difference a week makes. Lamorinda residents were hit with weather whiplash during the week of Feb. 20, with 70-degree weather, sunny skies and a blanket of daffodil blooms gracing hillsides on the corner of Happy Valley and Deer Hill roads in Lafayette as well ...


Published on February 15th, 2023
Lafayette Police Blotter
Lafayette Police



Published on February 15th, 2023
EQ preparedness top of mind after devastating earthquakes
The devastating earthquakes in Turkey and ...By Jennifer Wake


Published on February 15th, 2023
Lafayette challenges more locals to go green
Some Lafayette residents may not be incentivized to reduce their carbon footprint by the promise of free yard mulch or gift cards to local businesses or eco-conscious prizes such as reusable straws and worm and compost bins. But throw in a healthy, planet-saving bit of ...By Lou Fancher


Published on February 15th, 2023
History comes alive through downtown utility box art
Adorned with artistic wraps, seven utility boxes along Mt. Diablo Boulevard in downtown Lafayette will display panoramic, visual stories and pay tribute to the history and cultural heritage of the city. The artwork was created as part of Lafayette's 175+ Years ...By Lou Fancher


Published on February 15th, 2023
LPIE launches transformational $12M endowment campaign
Lafayette Partners in Education (LPIE) - which for more than four decades has provided critical funding to Lafayette's six public schools - welcomed students, family, friends and dignitaries Feb. 10 to Lafayette Plaza Park for a celebration that included food trucks, ...By Jennifer Wake


Published on February 1st, 2023
Park Theater Capital Campaign on road to reaching its goal
Thanks to generous support from the greater Lamorinda community, 2023 is off to a terrific start for the much-loved Park Theater. Despite the recent wet and windy weather, spirits are very sunny and bright indeed as The Park Theater Trust (TPTT) not only met the ...Submitted by Tracey Karsten Farrell



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