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  • Interim Glendale Community College president to earn $262K

    Interim Glendale Community College president to earn $262K
    Newly hired Glendale Community College interim President Jim Riggs will earn a base salary of $220,000 during his one-year stint on campus, according to the terms of his contract released this week. When adding in a number of allowances —...
  • Glendale to allow more property owners to assess themselves for public improvements

    Glendale to allow more property owners to assess themselves for public improvements
    After losing local redevelopment powers, the City Council this week moved a step closer to allowing commercial property owners to pool their own funds for improvements and enhanced services. The council on Tuesday voted to move forward with the process...
  • Focus is on November

    With the foregone conclusion now behind us in the 43rd Assembly District race, we now look ahead to the November general election — giving incumbent Democrat Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) and his Republican challenger, Glendale Unified school board...
  • Schiff supports using federal prosecutors for leaks investigation

    Schiff supports using federal prosecutors for leaks investigation
    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) today released a statement supporting the appointment of two top federal prosecutors to investigate recent leaks of classified intelligence that prompted several high-profile news stories. Schiff – himself a former...
  • Budget crunch weighs on Glendale Community College

    Budget crunch weighs on Glendale Community College
    After lopping $6.8 million from its budget last year, Glendale Community College now faces a potential $7.75-million deficit that could trigger layoffs and the cancellation of hundreds of classes. Ron Nakasone, vice president of administrative services,...
  • Finance piece was vindictive, says Krikorian

    The story (“Krikorian shrugs off cash woes,” July 1) that ran concerning my family’s financial issues was troubling for a number of reasons, least of all of which was the motivation behind such a vindictive piece. The article contained...
  • Fuentes plans a run for council seat

    Fuentes plans a run for council seat
    Glendale's former top zoning administrator who recently settled claims of discrimination  against the city is throwing her hat in the ring for a seat on the City Council next year. The move could put her above the boss she claims demoted her because...
  • Gatto approves bill that bans hunting of bears, bobcats

    Gatto approves bill that bans hunting of bears, bobcats
    The Sacramento office of Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) received a petition last Monday morning signed by 2,000 residents in his district urging him to support a bill that would ban the use of hounds in the hunting of bears and bobcats after he...
  • Ron Kaye: A few people can change a lot in a community

    The radical community organizer Saul Alinsky, whose insights are used today as much by those on the right as on the left, once wrote: “If people don't think they have the power to solve their problems, they won't even think about how to solve...
  • Two vie for city treasurer's office, both argue merits of post being elected or appointed

    The outgoing city treasurer, and the city councilman vying for his job, will be facing off on April’s ballot as they try to convince voters to either keep the treasurer as an appointment, or change it to an elected position. Councilman Rafi...
  • Appointed treasurer would save money

    I attended the Glendale Homeowners Coordinating Council meeting Jan. 14 regarding the charter amendments on the upcoming April 2 Glendale ballot. The main argument for keeping the city treasurer an elected office is that important positions like city...
  • Two incumbents, nine challengers vie for Glendale council seats

    Eleven Glendale City Council candidates are one step closer to getting on the April ballot after they each turned in more than 100 signatures from local residents nominating them to run for three available seats. The signatures must still be confirmed by...