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With Glendale’s bond rating under scrutiny, the City Council this week moved toward issuing $35 million in water bonds to cover the cost of planned infrastructure work. In October, Moody’s Investors Service put Glendale and dozens of other...
CITY HALL — A key bond-rating agency has warned that it will downgrade Glendale Water & Power's market status if it doesn't continue to raise water rates to make up for lost revenue brought on partly by customers using less. The warning came in...
Passenger traffic at Bob Hope Airport was down 2.4% in June compared with the previous year, dragging the year-to-date figure down by more than 3%, airport records show. Last year, the number of passengers fell to 4.6 million, the lowest in eight years,...
Believe it or not, something good has happened to brick-and-mortar bookstores. In the first quarter of 2013, more book buyers walked in their doors -- a lot more. Retail watcher Placed Insights found brick-and-mortar booksellers saw a 27% increase in...
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Baby boomers should be reviewing their retirement portfolios once a year and tweaking or re-balancing them, if necessary, says Delia Fernandez, a fee-only certified financial planner. Fernandez is the founder of Fernandez Financial Advisory in Los...
Q. I have a lot of money in certificates of deposit. Over the past few years I've put some money in various bond funds that have done well. Interest rates are low, and my CDs are about to mature. I'm thinking of putting more money into my bond funds. Is...
As I begin my term as mayor, I want to take this opportunity to thank my colleagues on the council for giving me the honor to serve our community in this role. While I feel a sense of both pride and humility, my strongest feeling is a sense of urgency....
Her family too poor to care for her, Jacqueline Goldberg was placed in a children's home at age 10. Seven decades later, Goldberg had the kind of money that allowed her in 2006 to put cash deposits down on two condos in Donald Trump's luxury...
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In an attempt to shore up its flooding defenses, Winnetka appears ready to move forward with a $41 million plan that would cost residents an average stormwater utility fee of about $360 a year — possibly the highest such fee imposed anywhere in...
I'm here to tell you, my fellow Americans, that there has never been a better time to buy a heavily armored Abrams tank. A tank, you ask? Why on earth would a civilian buy a tank, Abrams or otherwise? There are two answers to that question: 1) Tanks...
More than a century ago, the rumbling, sputtering automobile put the horse and buggy out of business. Now, Jason Wenig wants to help history repeat itself. The owner of a Dania Beach car restoration company, Wenig is on a unique mission: harness today's...
Q: I have a financial adviser who helps me manage my finances and 401(k)'s. I'm retiring and want to leave my 401(k) with my company but still would like my adviser to help manage it. He says he would no longer be able to because I would no longer be...
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