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  • Letter: The 'horrible mistake' won't go away

    Your headline “Council, planners weigh moratorium on growth” caught my attention. Is there a way out of the ongoing “development” mess our council members have created? According to our mayor, “The idea that stands behind a moratorium is we screwed up so badly, we’ve made such a drastic, horrible mistake that we have to kill it now. That’s what a moratorium means. I don’t support the concept of that.”
  • Letter: Better late than never on moratorium

    We need a moratorium on building monstrous structures in Glendale. It is already too late since our city planners and the City Council have already destroyed a large part of our city, with their love for every developer entering the city, but we must take...

    Letter: Moratorium on growth is needed

    The moratorium on growth as discussed in the article in the Nov. 6 edition of the News-Press does not need to be weighed by the City Council and planners, it needs to be enacted as Councilman Ara Najarian proposed at the City Council meeting on Nov. 4. I...

    Letter: City making mistake with overdevelopment

    As a homeowner in the city of Glendale, I read with interest the article: “Planners weighing moratorium on growth.” I take offense at the remarks by Mayor Zareh Sinanyan, who is opposed to a moratorium, and stated “The idea behind a...

    News-Press Editorial: High-rise hopes for revisions to specific plan

    In the past eight years, since Glendale implemented its Downtown Specific Plan, roughly two-thirds of the nearly 3,200 new multifamily units that have been built or are now in development lie within the city’s core. Such high-concentration housing...