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To those harboring overdue library books: if you turn them in before Sunday, the city of Glendale will look the other way. There are currently 2,115 overdue library materials, but because of a weeklong amnesty program through April 20, fines for...
Tags: Google+, Libraries, Arts and Culture, Punishment
Once ahead of the game, Glendale has turned its focus from future gains in renewable energy to meeting more short-term state deadlines that it may, in the end, just eke through. All California public utilities must get 20% of their energy from...
I'm no parenting guru. Ask my daughters. Or my wife. Or the bartenders at Don Cuco. But as the only man in a house full of women, I've learned a few things that while not necessarily life-changing, may provide scant relief to new fathers, nods of...
Tags: Apple iPod, LEGO Group, Human Interest, Punishment
State lawmakers sent two road-related proposals to the governor Tuesday, one that would hike fines for Californians who use a cellphone while driving and another that would exempt hybrid drivers from toll charges in car-pool lanes. The cellphone bill, SB...
Los Angeles is once again raising fines for parking violations an additional $5, for the sixth time in seven years. The City Council voted unanimously for the fine increases, which will apply to the 2.5 million city parking tickets issued annually and...
Reporting from Yerevan — A few years ago, walking and driving on the streets of Armenia's capital Yerevan was downright dangerous. A small city with heavy foot traffic and a relentless army of taxis, cars and vans, it lacked enforcement of traffic...
After the latest round of inspections last week regarding a controversial renovation to his condominium, the headaches still haven’t dissipated for former Glendale City Councilman John Drayman. For months, Drayman has been working to secure proper...
State regulators have fined the Motion Picture & Television Fund $80,000 for failing to prevent the death of a patient at its nursing home. An investigation by the California Department of Public Health found that the skilled nursing facility "failed to...
Already facing criminal charges in a separate case, campaign treasurer Kinde Durkee was fined Thursday by the state’s ethics watchdog agency for failing to properly report $76,000 in spending by the unsuccessful Assembly campaign of Stuart Waldman...
Tags: Ethics, Punishment, Values
It’s a tale of two cities in two very different positions as the utilities in Burbank and Glendale work to meet strict state mandates for using renewable energy. At 21%, Glendale Water & Power is ahead of schedule in hitting the first benchmark...
City officials say they will not levy a $25,000 fine on Ron Davis, the general manager of Burbank Water and Power, for draining his pool without a permit. But that doesn’t mean that Davis is home scott-free. He and the city still could be subject...
I am sick of reading all the garbage about crossing a street in an unmarked area. Hello, this is called jaywalking — always has been, and it deserves a ticket. Why do the people in Glendale and Burbank feel we all must bow down and change the laws...
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