The strikingly well-preserved Lanterman House provides a vivid snapshot of life in La Cañada Flintridge in 1915.
With help from investments by the city of La Cañada Flintridge, the staff has kept the house in pristine condition, maintaining the integrity of the structure and decor of one of the few surviving pre-1920 residences in LCF.
Now Executive Director Laura Verlaque has turned her attention to updating the inventory of all the original artifacts inside the house for the first time since 1993, when the onetime home opened as a public museum.
About 95% of the artifacts inside belonged to the Lanterman family and “you cannot replace the authenticity of that,” said Verlaque, who took over as executive director in April. Continue reading “Work Reveals Lanterman House’s Original Look”
In light of a judge’s decision denying a temporary restraining order application, Chris Norgaard and attorney Guy Glazier have amended their lawsuit against officials with the San Marino Unified School District. Continue reading “Norgaard Revising Lawsuit Against School District”
City Manager Marcella Marlowe is busy ironing out a formal budget proposal for later this month after the City Council last week approved or disapproved portions of a preliminary budget presentation. Continue reading “City Council Starts Whittling Budget Plan”
As the new executive director of the San Marino Schools Foundation, James Lau said he has learned that San Marino is blessed with charitable parents and groups to keep the foundation going. Continue reading “SMSF Chief’s Reminder on School Funding Gap”