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LAH Councilman Larsen resigns


Los Altos Hills Councilman Rich Larsen will vacate his post effective Sept. 1, he announced Thursday at the monthly city council meeting.

Larsen, a longtime Los Altos Hills resident who served more than six years in public office, including a stint as mayor, plans to retire and move to Carmel with his wife, Daryl, and their children and grandchildren.

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News Briefs

City boosts downtown parking enforcement

The city of Los Altos has hired a part-time parking enforcer for Mondays and Saturdays – two days that had previously gone unenforced.

Los Altos Police Capt. Andy Galea said the baseline cost for parking violations – such as parking beyond a posted time limit – is $54.50.

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Final sentencing for symphony’s Carlton may be in sight

After a year of court dates, former Peninsula Symphony Executive Director Stephen Jay Carlton’s case may conclude May 4.

Carlton was convicted of tax fraud, grand theft, identity theft, embezzlement and forgery last year after the symphony’s funds disappeared.

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Retirement and appointment leave LASD vacancies


Retirement, appointment leave LASD vacancies

The Los Altos School District appointed Sandra McGonagle assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, effective July 1.

McGonagle, current Blach Intermediate School principal and former principal of Santa Rita School, replaces Edsel Clark, who announced his resignation little more than a week ago.

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LASD new hire announces resignation

Los Altos School District Assistant Superintendent Edsel Clark intends to leave the district at the end of the school year. He has served in the position for nine months.

“Sometimes you find yourself navigating and adapting to the changes from one organization to another, and in the end have to assess whether it is the best fit for the individual as well as for the organization,” Edsel wrote in an email to colleagues announcing his departure.

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LA Council Roundup

Following is a roundup of items on the Feb. 24 Los Altos City Council agenda.

Council affirms rejection of design appeal

The Los Altos City Council maintained its stance Feb. 24 on a month-old rejection of a house-design appeal filed by two neighbors concerned about their privacy.

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LAH Council Roundup New rules set for attendance at committee meetings

Following are highlights from the Feb. 9 Los Altos Hills City Council meeting. The next meeting is scheduled 6 p.m. March 30 at town hall, 26375 W. Fremont Road.

Lack of attendance, engagement lead to new rules

Members of Los Altos Hills’ 14 town committees and commissions may be volunteers, but a council vote in February subjects them to new rules for attendance and Brown Act training.

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