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  • Candidates try to make their marks

    Two Glendale Unified School Board candidates Thursday criticized Measure S — a $270-million bond on the April 5 ballot — breaking rank with district officials who say it is a critical component of the long-range success of local schools.
  • Pedestrian safety needs a long-term solution

    In January, a beautiful article (“More courtesy needed on the road,” January 11) by Camille Levee, executive director of Glendale Healthy Kids, took up being more courteous in our driving habits in relation to pedestrian crossings. Yes, I...

    Lockyer delivers unwelcome message

    California State Treasurer Bill Lockyer delivered some disheartening news to a small group of local officials Thursday night: Local redevelopment agencies are all but dead. Officials in Burbank and Glendale have joined with other local governments to...

    Redevelopment important to infrastructure

    With the announcement of his proposed new budget, Gov. Jerry Brown is calling for the closing of the individual redevelopment agencies across the state, and tapping those redevelopment funds to fill a portion of the state budget gap. Well, what exactly...

    Attitude is one that developers love

    Regarding Paul Carney's Feb. 22 letter, “Close that open space and put people to work,” I am compelled to chime in, because I was involved with land-use issues in the Crescenta Valley for years. Carney's admonishments that “nobody cares...