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  • Survey shows Glendale residents are pleased with city

    As city officials try to test the waters about where voters stand on additional taxes, a recent survey revealed that residents are generally pleased with how the city is operating and are not prepared to take on any new taxation measures. Results from...
  • City departments ask for more funds

    City departments ask for more funds
    Several city departments, including fire and Glendale Water & Power, have proposed increased budgets featuring capital-improvement projects for next fiscal year, driving up the city's overall spending plan. Revamping a fire station to accommodate a...
  • Glendale housing authority to receive $3.5M as part of settlement

    The city’s Housing Authority will receive $3.5 million as part of a settlement stemming from its lawsuit against Advanced Development Investment Inc., the affordable housing developer that allegedly bilked Glendale out of millions of dollars. The...
  • Chromium study costs OK'd by Glendale City Council

    The budget for Glendale’s long-running research into a cancer-causing contaminant found in the city’s groundwater is set to jump to roughly $11 million as the City Council this week approved another $1.1 million in grant funding. But after...
  • Montrose Shopping Park Assn. considers changing fees

    As the Montrose Shopping Park Assn. has improved its financial footing over the past few years, board members who control the business promotions group are considering a one-time rollback of fees they charge to local businesses. The fee break would give...
  • Council candidates want to slow down development in downtown Glendale

    As thousands of apartment units continue to fill downtown Glendale, all five candidates for City Council told about 130 people on Wednesday night at the first election forum this campaign season that they believe in slowing down development. “It&...
  • Glendale schools look to recovery

    Glendale schools could receive $16 million more in revenue during the next fiscal year compared to the current one, according to school officials. Glendale Unified expects to receive $180.7 million in 2014-15, up from $164.6 million in the current fiscal...
  • Letter: Glendale is on the hook with CalPERS

    Our City Council likes to brag how we are spending millions of dollars on parkland services. But, nearly 90% of the parkland money comes from grants by the county, state or federal government. Thus, only 10% comes from the city’s General Fund....
  • Report: Income drops at Alex Theatre

    Report: Income drops at Alex Theatre
    While the Alex Theatre’s total income declined 21% during the first quarter of this fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30, the drop was expected due to a massive renovation project underway, according to a financial report released this week at a City...
  • Ron Kaye: Water provides a lesson in government

    Ron Kaye: Water provides a lesson in government
    Many government meetings are broadcast live and archived with a vast array of official records posted online. Mainstream media may be on financial life support, but more than half the adult population still reads a newspaper daily, in print or digital...
  • City's rejection of report is sad commentary

    For the city to completely reject the grand jury’s report (“City to ignore jury’s report,” June 13) is sheer fiscal absurdity. Ignorance is bliss, but arrogance in government by city officials is perilous and reckless. “He...
  • GCC budget looking better

    Glendale Community College may be approaching the light at the end of the tunnel. As part of a tentative draft of the 2013-14 budget this week, college officials predict more students and more classes this fall. Although college officials still have...