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  • Ron Kaye: Valley COG is a missed opportunity

    Ron Kaye: Valley COG is a missed opportunity
    The meeting started late and it started badly, with a 10-minute argument about approving the minutes of the last meeting. Then it headed downhill. Issues that were raised were sent to committees for further study, though no one was quite sure which...
  • Glendale general election off to a quiet start

    Glendale general election off to a quiet start
    On a day when Glendale voters are being asked to decide everything from City Council and school board races, to the future of the city treasurer position and how utility revenues are handled, traffic at polling booths on Tuesday was slow and steady as the...
  • Those Glendale election signs? They're recyclable

    Those Glendale election signs? They're recyclable
    Wondering what to do with your political lawn signs when Tuesday’s municipal election is all said and done? Unless you want them as keepsakes, city officials say the signs are indeed recyclable. The signs can be placed in gray recycling...
  • As Glendale school board race ends, says one candidate: 'It's in God's hands'

    After spending months campaigning for a seat on the Glendale Unified school board, a few of the candidates on Tuesday had made last minute phone calls to voters before polls closed at 8 p.m. Candidate Daniel Cabrera made calls to voters in the...
  • A mixed bag for incumbents as early election returns announced in Glendale

    A mixed bag for incumbents as early election returns announced in Glendale
    Note: This post was updated at about 10:10 p.m. with the latest voter returns. With the vote-by-mail ballot returns coming in Tuesday night, it was a mixed bag for incumbents in the City Council and Glendale Unified school board races as election...
  • Close call could cost Glendale school board incumbent her seat

    Close call could cost Glendale school board incumbent her seat
    A break on the incumbent hold on three Glendale Unified school board seats appeared likely with most precincts reporting into early Wednesday morning. With all 39 precincts reporting, Joylene Wagner, first elected to the school board in 2005, was...
  • Despite attacks, Glendale City Council, City Clerk incumbents poised for re-election

    Despite attacks, Glendale City Council, City Clerk incumbents poised for re-election
    An election framed largely by how the City Council should handle employee pensions and utility revenues saw both incumbents headed for re-election early Wednesday morning, along with a city commissioner who encountered his share of controversy on the...
  • Glendale voters reject Measure A, ensuring Manoukian as next city treasurer

    Glendale voters reject Measure A, ensuring Manoukian as next city treasurer
    City Councilman Rafi Manoukian successfully defeated Measure A on Tuesday, preserving his successful bid for city treasurer. While Manoukian was the sole candidate for city treasurer, he wasn’t without some opposition in the form of Measure A,...
  • Outstanding ballot count could have big impact on Glendale election outcomes

    Outstanding ballot count could have big impact on Glendale election outcomes
    This post has been corrected. See details below. There are still roughly 3,500 ballots yet to be counted from the election on Tuesday, officials reported, leaving the outcome of several close races in limbo. And it could take up to two weeks before...
  • Council ponders empty seat

    Council ponders empty seat
    With a current City Councilman set to become city treasurer, that leaves an open seat on the dais that could be filled by either an appointment or special election. Both options have their drawbacks — from costs to candidate pool — and...
  • Ron Kaye: Getting along to run the city

    Ron Kaye: Getting along to run the city
    Everybody loves cops and firefighters who protect our lives and property so when you get a slate mailer in the middle of a heated election campaign that looks like these public servants are supporting candidates based on their personal merits, you...
  • Glendale former mayor under fire

    Glendale former mayor under fire
    Two Glendale residents have asked the California attorney general for permission to file a lawsuit challenging the appointment of Councilman Frank Quintero to fill a vacant seat on the council dais just days after he retired from office. The residents,...