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  • Support builds for tax credit

    Lawmakers are pushing to extend the California Film and Television Tax Credit program, which has resulted in billions of dollars of economic activity. Enacted in 2009, the legislation was designed to create jobs, increase production spending and generate...
  • La Cañada candidate calls for recount

    La Cañada candidate calls for recount
    The La Cañada Unified school board race looks to be headed for a recount, with the second and third place candidates separated by a dozen votes. Ellen Multari and three-term incumbent Jeanne Broberg lead the race with 31% and 27% of the vote,...
  • Final vote count in tight school board race could take weeks

    Final vote count in tight school board race could take weeks
    It could take weeks to determine the outcome of the razor-thin election for La Cañada Unified school board, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County clerk’s office said Wednesday morning. After the unofficial tally, a 12-vote margin is all that is...
  • Recount may determine school board election

    Recount may determine school board election
    It could take weeks to determine the outcome of the razor-thin election for La Cañada Unified school board, in which the third-place candidate — a 20-year-old Princeton University student — has pledged to request a recount if the preliminary...
  • Glendale Community College to consider trustee districts

    Glendale Community College to consider trustee districts
    Glendale Community College has commissioned a $35,000 study exploring the possibility of moving from an at-large process for electing trustees to a district system. The decision comes six weeks after Cerritos Community College was sued by voters who...
  • Ron Kaye: Time to restore democracy

    Politically speaking, all bets are off, the rules have changed and everything is up for grabs in 2012. Legislative and congressional districts have been redrawn by a citizen’s commission without the gerrymandering that has contributed so much to...
  • Burbank sisters set sights on Oscar for 'First Grader'

    Burbank sisters set sights on Oscar for 'First Grader'
    When you are competing with the likes of Spielberg, Scorsese, Clooney and Brad Pitt for an Oscar, it can be tough to get any attention, but the producers of the film “The First Grader” had a surprising secret weapon for their film: two young...
  • Ron Kaye: Taking on the narrow view of business and labor

    Business and labor, so often posturing as antagonists in a life and death struggle for power, have come solidly together in their nostalgia for the good old days when politicians were bought once and stayed bought. Ah, the good old days before term...
  • Schiff's debt vote benefits his constituents

    Thomas Walls claims that no one in Rep. Adam Schiff's district benefits from the Congressman's vote to increase the federal debt limit (“No more support for Schiff,” Aug. 5). Well, I am in his district and I disagree with Walls. By voting...
  • Frank Quintero becomes Glendale's mayor

    Frank Quintero becomes Glendale's mayor
    Councilman Frank Quintero is Glendale's newest mayor following a tense tie vote on the dais last week, with the city's now-former mayor breaking the tie Tuesday. Councilwoman Laura Friedman said before the vote Tuesday that she planned to vote for...
  • Glendale city treasurer candidate may lose even with a win

    Come next election, Glendale voters will be choosing a new city treasurer. But they may also have to decide whether they want to keep voting for that position or turn it into an appointment made by the city manager. In recent years, Glendale has had a...
  • It's an unfair and hasty decision

    The City Council’s decision to move forward with asking voters to change the city treasurer’s job into an appointed, rather than elected, position on the same ballot that the office is up for reelection is unfair to candidates for the job...