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  • Monthly water bills for Glendale residents, businesses could increase

    Monthly water bills for average single-family residences and commercial customers could increase by $17.98 and $16.67, respectively, by fiscal year 2017-18 if the City Council approves the rate cap they set earlier this month, according to figures...
  • Lawsuit discussion connected to plane crash postponed

    Lawsuit discussion connected to plane crash postponed
    City officials postponed this week a closed-door discussion by City Council about a roughly $91,800 lawsuit the city filed against a man who crashed a single-engine plane into a Glendale neighborhood two years ago, and a new meeting date is yet to be set....
  • Proposed fee increase related to historic properties draws concern

    A proposal to drastically increase city fees related to protecting historic properties may be detrimental to preservation efforts, according to a three-page letter sent this week to the City Council by the Glendale Historical Society. Last week, the...
  • Camp Rosie expands outreach to boys

    Camp Rosie expands outreach to boys
    A long-running camp hosted by Glendale’s Commission on the Status of Women that historically targeted teen girls is now subtly advertising to boys, too. The latest city announcement about Camp Rosie, which is accepting applications for two weeklong...
  • Majority of council candidates oppose further bicycle infrastructure in Glendale

    The final City Council candidate forum this week further teased out differences and similarities between the five vying for a single open seat on June 3. The candidates disagreed on issues from pension reform to bicycle infrastructure improvements at the...
  • Area cities don't apply for open-streets program grant

    While Pasadena, South Pasadena, El Monte and other cities have been recommended to get a piece of a $4-million grant to host programs that open streets to bicyclists and pedestrians and block off cars, Glendale and Burbank aren’t on the list of...
  • Upcoming TV show, 'Glendale Life,' faces criticism

    Upcoming TV show, 'Glendale Life,' faces criticism
    Critics of an upcoming reality show following a group of Armenians who live in Glendale have created an online petition and fast-growing Facebook page in an attempt to pressure an Armenian television station to cut the program before it airs next month....
  • Chromium 6 limit finalized for California

    The California Department of Public Health's new cap on water contaminant chromium 6 of 10 parts per billion is set to take effect July 1 after the limit received final approval from an administrative arm of the department last week. The Office of...
  • Polls open in statewide primary, Glendale election

    Polls open in statewide primary, Glendale election
    Election polls are set to open at 7 a.m. Tuesday and close at 8 p.m. with two Glendale-specific items on the ballot, along with the statewide primary races for California governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and other state and Los Angeles...
  • Weaver settles, writes letter of apology over alleged groping incident

    Councilman Dave Weaver has agreed to give $2,000 and a letter of apology to a woman who accused him of groping her at a Mexican restaurant last year. The woman, Lolita Gonzalves, went public with her allegations in April, prompting Weaver’s...
  • California's chromium 6 cap is finalized

    California's chromium 6 cap is finalized
    The California Department of Public Health's new cap on the water contaminant chromium 6 is set to take effect July 1 after the limit received final approval from an administrative arm of the department last week. The Office of Administrative Law's...
  • Hard work pays off at Glendale High

    Hard work pays off  at Glendale High
    More than 600 seniors, clad in red and black gowns, turned their tassels on Tuesday as they graduated from Glendale High School. PHOTOS: 2014 Glendale High School graduation During the past four years, the graduating class contributed 16,000...