Pasadena

October 07, 1992

Toy poodle kennel permitted to expand

A zoning hearing officer has given a Pasadena family permission to expand a 1-year-old toy poodle kennel to house up to 25 dogs.

Jacqueline and John Listman have received a special zoning exception to operate the expanded kennel on seven acres on the south side of Magothy Bridge Road, near the intersection with Edwin Raynor Boulevard.

Administrative Hearing Officer Robert C. Wilcox approved a new 12- by 20-foot outdoor kennel that would allow them to keep up to 25 dogs. The Listmans want to breed toy poodles in the building, which also will be allowed.

Mr. Wilcox said the family will not be allowed to use the kennel to board or groom dogs commercially.

The Listmans received a special exception July 15, 1991, to keep up to 10 dogs in their home on the same property.

Father reports theft from daughter's car

A Pasadena man told police someone broke into his daughter's car sometime Thursday night.

Richard Stang, 45, of the 8000 block of Outing Ave., said the vandals smashed the windows of his daughter's 1979 Chevrolet Chevette and stole the car stereo, cassette tapes and books.

POLICE LOG

* Lake Shore:A garage on the first block of Lake Shore Drive was broken into and $3,331 worth of tools were stolen over the weekend.

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