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  • Glendale's voting process did not leave anyone out

    Kenneth Landon's letter from May 3 is devoid of logic. Landon claims that the city clerk's inability to publish ballots in the Korean-language “disenfranchised” Korean-speaking voters. There is not a single documented incident of a Korean-...
  • Glendale appointments spark fireworks

    The nomination this week of a real estate agent who has locked horns with homeowner groups and historic preservation advocates to a city commission that deals with those very issues drew the ire of the politically influential Glendale Historical Society....
  • Success of mail-in ballots lengthens campaign, candidates say

    Success of mail-in ballots lengthens campaign, candidates say
    More Glendale voters used the postal service to cast their votes than a polling center ballot box for the election on Tuesday, a trend that’s been on the rise in the city — and across the state — now for years. The shift, candidates and...
  • A review of issues facing Glendale

    What kind of a job is the Glendale City Council doing? Does the City Council really represent the citizens of Glendale? Let’s look at the Council’s agenda: 1) It is refusing to stop taking $21 million annually in transfers from the fund-...
  • GCC superintendent finalists emerge

    The identities of the five finalists vying to become the next superintendent of Glendale Community College emerged this week, and all of them already hold the same job title. Among the five contenders is Pam Eddinger, president of Moorpark College since...
  • College graduate eager to lead Glendale's Armenian National Committee chapter

    Talar Malakian, a fresh-faced recent college graduate, has taken the helm of the Glendale chapter of the Armenian National Committee, replacing former executive director Elen Asatryan. Asatryan, who had been with the Glendale advocacy group since 2006,...
  • Ron Kaye: Valley COG shifts leadership gears

    Ron Kaye: Valley COG shifts leadership gears
    As the San Fernando Valley Council of Governments celebrated its third anniversary last week, one thing was perfectly clear: It was set up to fail by Los Angeles city and county officials and succeeding spectacularly at doing so. Utterly nothing was...
  • Community participation dealt bad hand

    Re: “Library remodel deal gets a thumbs-up,” July 18: Whatever the project's “house of cards” allegations, I do feel that the community participation option was dealt a bad hand, one that was produced from a staff-shuffled,...
  • Glendale officials consider ballot process change

    Audit officials are recommending that the city clerk's office speed up the time it takes to do a small manual recount of ballots after each municipal election so that the results can go through another layer of verification prior to reporting a final...
  • Sinanyan should have been prepared

    The City Council meeting on May 7 was enlightening. There was Zareh Sinanyan on a crucial vote regarding the DWP contact taking the position that he would abstain because he had not been in office when the issue was being discussed. What is the city...
  • Final vote count leaves outcome for Glendale election mostly unchanged

    Final vote count leaves outcome for Glendale election mostly unchanged
    The outcome of the races for City Council, clerk and school board remained unchanged Thursday after officials counted roughly 3,500 ballots left over from the April 2 election. City Council incumbent Ara Najarian remained in first place with 10,165...
  • Caitlyn Brooks comes full circle for Burbank High softball

    Caitlyn Brooks comes full circle for Burbank High softball
    In Burbank High softball lore, all pitchers are compared to former Bulldogs pitching sensation Debby Day. Day, a 1987 Burbank graduate and three-time All-CIF Southern Section hurler, was a dominant force as a high school pitcher, notching two perfect...