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Encyclopedia > Pasadena, Newfoundland and Labrador
Town of Pasadena, Newfoundland and Labrador
List of communities in Newfoundland and Labrador
Pasadena Air Photo (2001)

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Motto: Crown of the Valley
Coordinates: 49°00′58″N, 57°36′18″W
Country Canada  Flag of Canada
Province Newfoundland and Labrador 
Established 1969
 - Mayor Robert “Bob” Mercer
 - Governing Body Town of Pasadena
Area  
 - Town 49.6 km²  (19.2 sq mi)
Elevation 28 m  (92 ft)
Population (2001)
 - Town 3,133
 - Density 63.7/km² (165.0/sq mi)
Time zone NST (UTC-3:30)
Postal code A0L 1K0
Area code(s) 1-709-686-XXXX
Website: Town of Pasadena Homepage

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Pasadena (49°00′58″N, 57°36′18″W NST) the "Crown of the Valley" is an incorporated town located in census division 5 which is in the western portion of Newfoundland, Canada and it is a picturesque community on the shores of Deer Lake at the junction of the North Arm Valley and the Humber Valley. The town's population currently sits at about 3200. NST is UTC-3:30 The Newfoundland Standard Time Zone (NST) is a geographic region that keeps time by subtracting 3½ hours from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), resulting in UTC-3:30. ... Motto: Quaerite Prime Regnum Dei (Latin: Seek ye first the kingdom of God) Official languages English Flower Pitcher Plant Tree Black Spruce Bird Atlantic Puffin Capital St. ... There are several places named Deer Lake in Canada and the United States: There is a Deer Lake in Newfoundland and Labrador There is a Deer Lake in the state of Minnesota There is a Deer Lake in the state of Pennsylvania There is a Deer Lake State Park in...

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History

The Humber Valley, one of the most beautiful areas in Newfoundland, embraces a unique community -- The Town of Pasadena. Pasadena is unique because it started out as three separate communities, South Brook, Pasadena and Midland, all of which eventually joined together. Humber Valley Resort The Humber Valley is a region in Western Newfoundland. ... Newfoundland —   (stress on final syllable; for mispronunciations, see Newfoundland travel guide from Wikitravel)— (French: , Irish: ) is a large island off the east coast of North America, and the most populous part of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. ... A community usually refers to a group of people who interact and share certain things as a group, but it can refer to various collections of living things sharing an environment, plant or animal. ...


South Brook

South Brook was located on the sandy shore of Deer Lake. It evolved much earlier than Pasadena, starting out in the early 1920s as a logging camp for the Bowater Company from Corner Brook. The railway also used South Brook, but only as a stop along its route across the island. In 1921, the census showed that South Brook only had a population of 6 people, within 2 families. There are several places named Deer Lake in Canada and the United States: There is a Deer Lake in Newfoundland and Labrador There is a Deer Lake in the state of Minnesota There is a Deer Lake in the state of Pennsylvania There is a Deer Lake State Park in... Year 1920 (MCMXX) was a leap year starting on Thursday. ... Bowater Incorporated (NYSE: BOW) is an American pulp and paper company based in Greenville, South Carolina. ... Corner Brook[1] is a city located in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, located on the Humber River. ... Year 1921 (MCMXXI) was a common year starting on Saturday (see link for full calendar). ...


However, South Brook soon became a hive of activity, when the International Pulp and Paper Company started up its woods operations. It established a bunkhouse, cook-house and a company store to supply the needs of the areas wood camps. These camps would employ as many as 100 loggers during the winter months. Logging was the main industry in South Brook, but it also had a good supply of rock, which was suitable for the building of the power house in Deer Lake, so a quarry was set up and the rock was shipped to Deer Lake by train. Youth hostel in Rome. ... Winter is one of the four seasons of temperate zones. ... Loggers on break, c. ... A small cinder quarry A dimension stone quarry A quarry is a type of open-pit mine from which rock or minerals are extracted. ... A typical North American steam train In rail transport, a train consists of rail vehicles that move along guides to transport freight or passengers from one place to another. ...


Homes began to spring up in South Brook as the men coming to work in the wood camps brought their families with them. With women and children living there, schools, medical aid, and recreation facilities were needed. Church services were held in people’s houses at first, but later, all religions used the school as their church. Image of a woman on the Pioneer plaque sent to outer space. ... A male Caucasian toddler child A child (plural: children) is a young human. ... Students in Rome, Italy. ... St. ... Students in Rome, Italy. ... St. ...


South Brook has to parts, lower and upper. The upper part of South Brook has the nickname of "the Patch" because in the early stages of development there was a undeveloped piece of land that the children called the patch. In todays time this place has become very violent and if you mess around your getting a rock thrown at you! Lower South Brook has been named "the Hole" because of the of the step incline of the landscape. Children cleverly made a rhyme stating that "the Patch" covers "the Hole".


Pasadena

The second piece of the puzzle begins in St. John's. In 1923, Mr. Leonard Earle, a business man in St. John’s, who had a small 11 acre farm on the outskirts of the city, heard about some suitable farm land on the West Coast in the Humber Valley area. Wanting to get into farming full time, he decided to visit the area and attempt to purchase some land. He discussed the acquisition of the land with the paper company officials, but the talks foundered when it was discovered that the company did not own the land. Thus, Mr. Earle was forced to return to his small farm in the city. Nickname: The City of Legends Motto: Avancez (Go forward) Coordinates: Country Canada Province Newfoundland and Labrador Established August 5, 1583 by Royal Charter of Queen Elizabeth I City Mayor Andy Wells Governing body St. ... 1923 (MCMXXIII) was a common year starting on Monday (link will take you to calendar). ...


Ten years later, in 1933, Mr. Earle was informed that a 2500 acre block of land, the same land that he had been interested in years earlier, was for sale. Seizing the opportunity, he sold his St. John’s farm and immediately purchased the farmland in the Humber Valley. In the summer of 1933, he hired a group of men from Corner Brook to build a house, and with the help of some men that came with him, he cleared the land by hand and capstan. They built bridges and barns and planted vegetables. The flat fertile land and the temperate climate provided ideal conditions for growing such crops as potatoes and carrots. Mr. Earle decided to call this beautiful part of the Humber Valley, Pasadena, in honour of his wife, who had once lived in Pasadena, California, and also in honour of their marriage, as that is where they were married. The name Pasadena is derived from an Ojibwa (or Chippewa) word meaning "valley", "valley town", "key of the valley", or "crown of the valley", depending on which expert you ask. Year 1933 (MCMXXXIII) was a common year starting on Sunday. ... Farmland can have several meanings: See: Farm for a general discussion of farming Farmland, Indiana, a town in the United States Farmland (cooperative), an agricultural cooperative This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... For other uses, see Summer (disambiguation). ... This article is about the edifice (including an index to articles on specific bridge types). ... A barn (symbol b) is a unit of area. ... Vegetables on a market Vegetable is a nutritional and culinary term denoting any part of a plant that is commonly consumed by humans as food, but is not regarded as a culinary fruit, nut, herb, spice, or grain. ... Binomial name Solanum tuberosum L. The potato (Solanum tuberosum) is a perennial plant of the Solanaceae, or nightshade, family, grown for its starchy tuber. ... Pasadena is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. ...


The Earles may have been the first family to settle in Pasadena, but it wasn’t long before others became interested in the little community. The first winter, the Earles were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ryan. Later that same year, three section men with the Newfoundland Railway, Ned Carter, Jim Carter, and Douglas Tapp were transferred to the area. It was these five families that formed the nucleus of what was to become the Community of Pasadena. Winter is one of the four seasons of temperate zones. ...


Midland

The third and final piece of the puzzle, the community of Midland, evolved in 1936 as part of a government relocation program. Due to a severe decline in the inshore fishery around the Avalon Peninsula, many families were starving and the government of Commission began to look for some other means of livelihood for them. A puzzle is a problem or enigma that challenges ingenuity. ... A community usually refers to a group of people who interact and share certain things as a group, but it can refer to various collections of living things sharing an environment, plant or animal. ... 1936 (MCMXXXVI) was a leap year starting on Wednesday (link will take you to calendar). ... A lobster boat unloading its catch in Ilfracombe harbour, North Devon, England. ... The Avalon Peninsula is a large peninsula (9,270 km²) that makes up the southeast portion of the island of Newfoundland. ...


It was on the picturesque, forest-covered, level land, next door to Pasadena, that the government land settlement began. It was named Midland because of its position - halfway between Deer Lake and Corner Brook. Potential settlers for this community came from outlying areas of the island deeply affected by the Great Depression. The 25 men involved in the resettlement program came from Argentia, Red Island, Lamaline, Burin, Bell Island, and Clarke’s Beach. In June of 1936 the men came to Midland. With just one tractor, supplied by the government, they started clearing the land, in preparation for their families to join them. The men cleared two 20 acre fields and used them as a community farm until their own individual land was ready. All vegetables grown were taken to the government store to be sold and any profits were shared among the men. Eucalyptus Forest at Swifts Creek in East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. ... Corner Brook[1] is a city located in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, located on the Humber River. ... The Great Depression was an economic downturn which started in 1929 and lasted through most of the 1930s. ... Argentia is a community on the island of Newfoundland in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. ... Rote Insel (literally, Red Island) is the name colloquially given to a neighborhood in the Schöneberg district of the German capital, Berlin. ... In lithic reduction, a burin is a special type of lithic flake with a chisel-like edge which prehistoric humans may have used for engraving or for carving wood or bone. ... Bell Island, Newfoundland Bell Island is an island located off Newfoundlands Avalon Peninsula in Conception Bay. ... ...


In September of 1936 all 25 homes were ready for occupancy. The homes were very simple. There was no electricity or running water and all the bathrooms were located about thirty feet back in the woods. All homes were built and painted alike, and therefore it was difficult to tell one home from another. A typical American bathroom A bathroom is a room that may have different functions depending on the cultural context it is used in. ...


Finally that day in September arrived when the men settlers from Midland went to the railway in Pasadena to meet their excited families. To transport their families and their few belongings from the station, a platform with seats was built on a horse-drawn cart. Look up September in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


Over the years, roads were improved and more land was cleared, but the farms never materialized. Each settler had been given 35 acres of land but they only cleared enough land to meet their immediate requirements. It wasn’t long before many of the men were seeking employment elsewhere, such as the American base: Ernest Harmon Air Force Base in Stephenville and with the Pulp and Paper Industry in Corner Brook. Several of the original settlers even returned to their home towns, preferring the uncertainty of fishing to the drudgery of farming. This page is related to transport; you may be looking for the 2002 Bollywood movie Road. ... Ernest Harmon AFB is a former United States Air Force base located in Stephenville, Newfoundland and Labrador. ...


Joining Together

Being in such close proximity to each other, it was inevitable that Pasadena and Midland would eventually become one. They were incorporated in 1955, adopting the name of The Community of Pasadena-Midland. The first Community Council of Pasadena-Midland consisted of Charles Bonnell, Chairman; Nelson Bennett, Secretary; and Allan French, Councillor. 1955 (MCMLV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... A council is a group of people who usually possess some powers of governance. ...


Very little growth took place in the Community of Pasadena-Midland until 1969 when the community status gave way to town status, and was named the Town of Pasadena. The first mayor was Gordon Clarke. Year 1969 (MCMLXIX) was a common year starting on Wednesday (the link is to a full 1969 calendar). ... Main street in Bastrop, Texas, a small town A town is a residential community of people ranging from a few hundred to several thousands, although it may be applied loosely even to huge metropolitan areas. ... A mayor (from the Latin māior, meaning larger, greater) is the modern title of the highest ranking municipal officer. ...


The town experienced rapid growth after receiving its town status. In 1971, the population of Pasadena was 891, but by 1985 it had risen to more than 3,200. In 1985, after much persistence from the town council, the whole town was serviced with municipal water and sewage, all main streets were paved, and a Town Plan and Development Regulations were in place to ensure the orderly growth and development of the town. 1971 (MCMLXXI) was a common year starting on Friday (the link is to a full 1971 calendar). ... 1985 (MCMLXXXV) was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Impact of a drop of water. ... Sewage is the liquid water produced by human society which typically contains washing water, laundry waste, faeces, urine and other liquid or semi-liquid wastes. ... A city-centre street in Frankfurt, Germany A residential street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA A street is a public thoroughfare in the built environment. ...


It was about this time that the Department of Municipal Affairs in St. John's began to see the possibilities of another merger, this time between the Town of Pasadena and its much smaller neighbor to the west, the Community of South Brook. South Brook had not received nearly as much attention as Pasadena, and could benefit greatly if merged with Pasadena. In 1985, negotiations between the two Councils and the Department of Municipal Affairs for the amalgamation of the Town of Pasadena and the Community of South Brook began. Nickname: The City of Legends Motto: Avancez (Go forward) Coordinates: Country Canada Province Newfoundland and Labrador Established August 5, 1583 by Royal Charter of Queen Elizabeth I City Mayor Andy Wells Governing body St. ...


After much debate between both communities, a satisfactory consensus was reached, and on January 1, 1986, the Community of South Brook was amalgamated with the Town of Pasadena. Once again, the town had become a hive of activity. A new town plan had to be drawn up to incorporate the increased municipal boundaries, a new Comprehensive Development Plan was also prepared to ensure proper linkage of existing municipal services and pre-planned future expansion. As a result of the continued growth and the addition of the smaller neighboring community, the projections for the future are showing a continuing steady growth in all sections. 1986 (MCMLXXXVI) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... The word Boundary has a variety of meanings. ... Look up Future in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


As a town, Pasadena is proud of its growth and the high standards of service and quality of life it provides. It prides itself in being one of the best laid out towns in the province, and looks forward with confidence to the future. It is Pasadena, South Brook, and Midland that make Pasadena a complete town and the “Crown” of the beautiful Humber Valley.


Culture

Demographics
  Population in 2001     3,133  
  Population change from 1996     -9.1%  
  Median age     39.5  
  Number of families     985  
  Number of married couples     795  
  Total number of dwellings     1,110  
  Catholic     28.2%  
  Protestant     69.9%  
  Land Area (km²)     49.16  

Statistics Canada detail demographics follow link here


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Town Council

2005 Election

Pasadena Council 2005

Mayor Bob Mercer
Deputy Mayor Gary Bishop
Councilor Doug Beattie
Councilor Nathan Lehr
Councilor Lester Sparkes
Councilor Mac Turner
Councilor Tom Wheaton
Town of Pasadena Council Chambers
Town of Pasadena Council Chambers

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2003 Election

Pasadena Council 2003

Mayor Brian Pike
Deputy Mayor Gary Bishop
Councilor D. Anthony
Councilor J. Hutchings
Councilor N. Lehr
Councilor M. Turner
Councilor T. Wheaton

2002 Election

Pasadena Council 2002

Mayor Brian Pike
Deputy Mayor F.R. Hutchings
Councilor D. Anthony
Councilor G. Bishop
Councilor J. Hutchings
Councilor M. Turner
Councilor T. Wheaton

2001 Election

Pasadena Council 2001

Mayor Brian Pike
Deputy Mayor F.R. Hutchings
Councilor D. Anthony
Councilor J.Hutchings
Councilor P. McBreairty
Councilor M. Turner
Councilor T. Wheaton

1999 Election

Pasadena Council 1999

Mayor Derek Simmons
Deputy Mayor G. Bishop
Councilor P. McBreairty
Councilor C. Taylor
Councilor M. Osmond
Councilor B. Pike
Councilor M. Turner

1997 Election

Pasadena Council 1997

Mayor Derek Simmons
Deputy Mayor G. Bishop
Councilor P. McBreairty
Councilor C. Noseworthy
Councilor M. Osmond
Councilor B. Pike
Councilor M. Turner
Town Hall in Pasadena
Town Hall in Pasadena

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1996 Election

Pasadena Council 1996

Mayor David Osmond
Deputy Mayor D. Simmons
Councilor D. Beattie
Councilor I. Downton
Councilor D. Langdon
Councilor J. Noseworthy
Councilor M. Turner

1993 Election

Pasadena Council 1993
Mayor Bob Mercer
Deputy Mayor D. Osmond
Councilor E. Ryan
Councilor D. Langdon
Councilor D. Simmons
Councilor J. Noseworthy
Councilor I. Downton

1989 Election

Pasadena Council 1989
Mayor Frank Bonnell
Deputy Mayor D. Langdon
Councilor E. Ryan
Councilor L. Taylor
Councilor J. Cheeseman
Councilor D. Simmons
Councilor J. Noseworthy

1985 Election

Pasadena Council 1985
Mayor Frank Bonnell
Deputy Mayor L. Janes
Councilor H. Camp
Councilor D. Langdon
Councilor W. Martin
Councilor J. Cheeseman
Councilor D. Simmons
Councilor M. Ryan

1981 Election

Pasadena Council 1981
Mayor B. Pardy
Deputy Mayor F. Bonnell
Councilor D. Langdon
Councilor D. Walsh
Councilor N. Gillard
Councilor W. Martin
Councilor H. Butt

1977 Election

Pasadena Council 1977
Mayor B. Pardy
Deputy Mayor P. Cruikshark
Councilor D. Langdon
Councilor E. Norman
Councilor M. Turner
Councilor W. Chaulk
Councilor M. Rice

1973 Election

Pasadena Council 1973
Mayor N. Bennett
Deputy Mayor R. Pike
Councilor J. Loughlin
Councilor F. Moores
Councilor C. French
Councilor B. Pardy
Councilor M. Rice

1969 Election

Pasadena Council 1969
Mayor C, Clarke
Deputy Mayor J.J. Smith
Councilor H. Wight
Councilor H. Rowe
Councilor C. Bonnell
Councilor A. Stentaford
Councilor R. Pike

**1969 Election**

Pre-Incorporation July 1969
Chairperson C, Clarke
Member S. Goodyear
Member W. Power
Member H. Wight
Member F. Ledrew
  • All time before this was Pre-Incorporation of the Town of Pasadena

1967 Election

Pre-Incorporation 1967
Chairperson G. Clarke
Vice Chair H. Wight
Secretary J. French
Member W. Power
Member H. Yetman
Member S. Goodyear

1965 Election

Pre-Incorporation 1965
Chairperson N. Bennett
Secretary E.J. French
Member C. Bonnell
Member H. Rowe
Member R. Pike
Member H. Wight

1965 Election

Pre-Incorporation 1965
Chairperson N. Bennett
Secretary H. Taylor
Member C. Bonnell
Member J. Crocker
Member R. Pike
Member H. Wight

1964 Election

Pre-Incorporation 1964
Chairperson C. Bonnell
Vice Chair H. Wight
Secretary H.T. Butt
Building Inspector J.J. Smith
Member S. Bonia

1960 Election

Pre-Incorporation 1960
Chairperson C. Bonnell
Vice Chair N. Bennett
Secretary H.T. Butt
Building Inspector J.J. Smith
Fire Chief R. Pike

1958 Election

Pre-Incorporation 1958
Chairperson C. Bonnell
Secretary H.T. Butt
Member N. Bennett
Building Inspector L. Martin
Fire Chief S. Bonia

See also

External links

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Pasadena, Newfoundland and Labrador - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1493 words)
Pasadena (49°00′58″N, 57°36′18″W NST) is an incorporated town located in the western portion of Newfoundland, Canada and a picturesque community on the shores of Deer Lake in the Humber Valley.
Pasadena is unique because it started out as three separate communities, South Brook, Pasadena and Midland, all of which eventually joined together.
The name Pasadena is derived from an Ojibwa (or Chippewa) word meaning "valley", "valley town", "key of the valley", or "crown of the valley", depending on which expert you ask.
Newfoundland and Labrador - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2760 words)
Newfoundland and Labrador (French, Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador, Irish: Talamh an Éisc agus Labradóir, Latin: Terra Nova) is a province of Canada, the tenth to join Confederation.
Newfoundland received a colonial assembly in 1832, which was and still is referred to as the House of Assembly, after a fight led by reformers William Carson, Patrick Morris and John Kent.
The Protestants of Newfoundland outnumbered the Catholics at a ratio of 2:1.
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