Mayor Tornek Believes His Record Stands for Itself
Pasadena Now, Thursday, November 7, 2019
As he exited City Hall in April of 2015, Terry Tornek said, “I wouldn’t have done a single thing differently.” Tornek had just concluded months of door-to-door campaigning for Pasadena mayor. It paid off. He said he owed his success to a simple, traditional retail politics model—reach people where they live, explain your agenda and ask for votes.
Mayor Tornek Focuses on Top Issues of 2020 Mayoral Campaign
Pasadena Now, Monday, October 7, 2019
Not a professional politician,’ says Mayor; names fiscal responsibility, homelessness, development, public schools, and Arroyo Seco among his campaign priorities.
City to Start Making Measure J Payments Destined for Pasadena Public Schools
Pasadena Now, Monday, July, 2019
The City of Pasadena will start making Measure J payments destined for the Pasadena Unified School District this month, according to City Manager Steve Mermell.
“We will transfer one-third of Measure I funds monthly,” said Mermell said in an email interview with Pasadena Now. “For the first year of the agreement the City Council guaranteed that this amount will be at least $5 million.”