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  • 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...
  • Central Library revamp hits a snag

    Central Library revamp hits a snag
    The project costs for a Central Library revamp have ballooned from $10 million to $15 million, and while the City Council on Tuesday agreed the renovations are necessary to revive the city's core, they didn't make a decision on how to fill the funding gap...
  • Glendale adopts new $170.7-million General Fund budget

    After spending nearly two months to review the city’s finances, the City Council unanimously approved a $170.7-million General Fund budget for next fiscal year, which begins July 1, on Tuesday night. But even as the city prepares to move forward...
  • S. Korea pursues closer ties with Glendale

    S. Korea pursues closer ties with Glendale
    Korean cities are flocking to Glendale in hopes of creating business and cultural relationships with a city better known for its connection to Armenia. In fact, so many Korean cities have wanted to set up an official “sister city”...
  • State agrees to pay out $3 million more for Glendale redevelopment obligations

    State agrees to pay out $3 million more for Glendale redevelopment obligations
    They may have lost the war, but Glendale officials have won a battle over millions of redevelopment funds. Last week, state finance officials agreed to give Glendale nearly $3 million it had denied in mid-December. Although Sacramento lawmakers ended...
  • Montrose Shopping Park board considers closed meetings

    Board directors for the Montrose Shopping Park Assn. on Thursday voiced support for holding closed-door meetings, with proponents saying the open format discourages frank discussion about potentially uncomfortable topics. The group is a quasi-...
  • Ron Kaye: Scott Ochoa sits down for a chat

    For Scott Ochoa, it was a year to remember given the 41-year-old city manager's leap from a small suburban town to Glendale, a city five times larger and far more complex. And he had big shoes to fill as well, with longtime City Manager Jim Starbird...
  • CV Water District dips into reserves to cover pension debt

    Crescenta Valley Water District officials this week voted to draw down heavily on the utility’s reserves to pay off a ballooning pension liability — a decision they said would have positive long-term affects given the high interest rate they...
  • Glendale education institutions only now start seeing money from redevelopment wind down

    State lawmakers billed the end of redevelopment as a boon for schools, but it took nearly a year for Glendale Unified to start reaping the benefits. At a time when public education institutions are contemplating teacher layoffs and other cost-cutting...