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  • Glendale scrambles to fill dollar gaps

    Glendale scrambles to fill dollar gaps
    Glendale officials are planning to use $2.3 million it has on hand to fill in gaps created by the state continually underfunding Glendale's attempts to pay off its lingering redevelopment debt obligations. Since the state dissolved local redevelopment...
  • City official knocks state payout

    After maneuvering through a tangled bureaucratic mess, Burbank and Glendale have received millions to pay down redevelopment-related debt obligations, although the amounts they received fell short of what city officials say is their fair share. In the...
  • Summer solar project should save Glendale Unified millions of dollars

    Summer solar project should save Glendale Unified millions of dollars
    Seven Glendale schools will be outfitted with solar panels during the summer, which district officials say should save millions of dollars in utility costs in the coming decades. The schools include Clark Magnet and Crescenta Valley high schools,...
  • Plenty of positives are present at the Alex

    On behalf of Glendale Arts, we would like to respond to the June 8 article “Alex Theatre's future is in question,” which focused on the Alex Theatre’s third-quarter financial results. While the article is factually true, the spin is...
  • Glendale reshuffles exec role after loss of redevelopment

    The man in charge of Glendale’s now-defunct redevelopment agency has been promoted to a new executive position that will focus on marketing the city to outside businesses. Philip Lanzafame’s new job comes as the city embarks on a mission...
  • Krikorian shrugs off cash woes

    Krikorian shrugs off cash woes
    The Republican candidate in the 43rd Assembly District who has touted himself as a “business conservative” extinguished more than $49,000 in credit card debt after he and his wife emerged from Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection, court records...
  • Glendale employee unions agree to waive salary bumps

    As Glendale plans to cut its workforce by more than 100 employees, three city unions have agreed to no salary or cost-of living increases this fiscal year, officials reported. For several years, the unions have agreed to these provisions as the city...
  • Loan stalls Ochoa's move to Glendale

    Loan stalls Ochoa's move to Glendale
    Amid fears of being perceived as giving preferential treatment, the Monrovia City Council this week failed to reach consensus on modifying a home loan made to their former city manager, Scott Ochoa, who left that city for the top job in Glendale. In...
  • Ochoa not counting on Monrovia changing his home loan

    Ochoa not counting on Monrovia changing his home loan
    Amid fears of being perceived as giving preferential treatment, Monrovia’s City Council this week failed to reach consensus on modifying a home loan made to their former city manager, Scott Ochoa, who left that city for the top job in Glendale....
  • Finance piece was vindictive, says Krikorian

    The story (“Krikorian shrugs off cash woes,” July 1) that ran concerning my family’s financial issues was troubling for a number of reasons, least of all of which was the motivation behind such a vindictive piece. The article contained...
  • Electric rates may rise

    Glendale Water & Power expects to increase electricity rates more than 6% over multiple years to generate roughly $13 million annually — continuing a steady course of ever-rising costs for consumers as the utility struggles to balance operating...
  • Faced with a budget gap, Glendale approves retirement incentives

    Glendale may save more than $9.5 million annually after 117 employees retire early, but paying for the incentive credited with voluntarily trimming the city's workforce will cost about $1.6 million. The City Council approved the expenditure this week,...