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  • Study session on proposed GCC dorm planned

    Glendale Community College officials have seven weeks to formally express interest in a $30-million dormitory or lose the opportunity with a developer offering to finance and construct it. Last month, the WAM Development Group, which has offices in...
  • Float design process scrutinized

    Float design process scrutinized
    Unhappy with a circus elephant-themed float already being built for Glendale’s entry in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade, several City Council members this week said they wanted to change the way future designs are picked and funded. The...
  • City to rebuild park equipment destroyed by teens

    City to rebuild park equipment destroyed by teens
    One year after two teens burned down Glorietta Park’s playground equipment, the City Council voted Tuesday night to spend $100,000 to replace what was lost in the fire. In February, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge in the juvenile division...
  • Vote all the politicians out

    If the American taxpayers had any doubt that many elected politicians work only to keep their jobs and spend the taxpayers’ money, causing huge deficits, they need only look at the scandals in Bell and Vernon and the payments for state legislative...
  • Chris Holden, other local Assembly candidates rack up endorsements

    The Thanksgiving holiday didn’t slow the pace for state Assembly candidates seeking supporters. Pasadena City Councilman Chris Holden, a Democrat who is running for the newly drawn 41st District, scored backing from the California League of...
  • Water rates could be divided into multiple tiers

    Water rates could be divided into multiple tiers
    The city’s water rates may soon be divided into multiple tiers based on the amount of water customers use. The change could come in the wake of a plan endorsed Tuesday by the City Council. If ultimately approved, the plan would boost revenues to...
  • Newcomers seated on Montrose Shopping Park board

    Two newcomers will be taking seats on the Montrose Shopping Park Assn. Board of Directors. Copy Network owner Andre Ordubegian and Joselito’s Mexican Restaurant owner Corey Grijalva will be replacing President Alyce Russell, who owns Andersen&...
  • Ron Kaye: Politicians' actions speak louder than words

    Events in recent days — from the eviction of Occupy L.A. protesters from the grounds of Los Angeles City Hall to the open-records lawsuit inspired by Assemblyman Anthony Portantino’s defiance of his party’s leadership — have...
  • Redirected funds would cover water-rate hike

    At its Nov. 29 special meeting the City Council approved a process meant to lead to a vote on a 13% water-rate increase over four years and an anticipated 5% in the fifth year period. The increase is not needed for the day-to-day operation of the water...
  • More choices for Glendale movie-goers

    More choices for Glendale movie-goers
    Movie-goers will have more cinematic choices in late 2013 after a five-screen Laemmle Theatres complex is completed at Wilson and Maryland avenues in Glendale, along with 42 residential units and retail space, according to final plans approved by city...
  • Californians would reject bullet train in revote, polls finds

    Californians would reject bullet train in revote, polls finds
    With the cost of the state's high-speed rail project rising dramatically, a new public opinion poll shows that a clear majority of California's registered voters would reject the proposal if given a second chance to vote on it today. Released Tuesday,...
  • Portantino sets sights on Liu's senate seat

    Portantino sets sights on Liu's senate seat
    Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D-La Caņada Flintridge) — faced with being termed out of office next year — is seeking the endorsements of two local Democratic organizations for a run at state Sen. Carol Liu’s seat in a newly redrawn...