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  • Letter: The reasons behind the lawsuit

    Most residents don’t realize that their only option is to sue when they discover the city is violating the state constitution. The Glendale Coalition for Better Government believes that the state constitution dictates that we, as customers of the GWP, cannot be charged more than the proportional cost of delivering the water. As such, the coalition has retained the legal firm of Alvarado-Smith as a first step in getting the city to follow the law.
  • Letter: Anonymous tips should be investigated

    Anonymous complaints against the disabled are not legitimate. We intend to water when we can as our water usage is extremely low compared to others in the community (16 out of 100). Shame on the city of Glendale that provides no accommodations for the...

    Letter: Real enforcement is the only way

    When we moved to Glendale from Los Angeles a number of years ago, the auto insurance company gave us a substantial discount, because the city was populated by good and courteous drivers. Today the auto insurance companies are penalizing us because they...

    818 Roundup: 'Love Boat' author lists home; Army of Pink kicks off; CV bests Burbank

    818 Roundup: 'Love Boat' author lists home; Army of Pink kicks off; CV bests Burbank
    Good morning, locals! Today is Monday, Oct. 6, 2014. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 91 degrees and a low of 64.  Here are some of the latest headlines from the area: - Jeraldine Saunders, whose book “Love Boats”...

    Editorial: A check on the monitors of social media

    Among the raft of bills Gov. Jerry Brown had to either veto or sign into law by Sept. 30 was one that was of particular interest to local school officials: AB 1442, which centers on student social-media privacy. The bill, introduced by Assemblyman Mike...