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  • Taking letter writer's memory to task

    Regarding Francis Adams' recent letter ("Glendalian is not in Kansas anymore," Nov. 11), first of all, us "no-brain Californians" actually fought off a Republican from buying the governorship for roughly $141 million of her own money. If you can...
  • A Balcony View: Poor planning makes customers pay more

    A Balcony View: Poor planning makes customers pay more
    I don't know how many of you got to read the open letter that was published about a couple of weeks ago in the Glendale News-Press from Glenn Steiger, Glendale Water & Power's general manager. It was the softer, gentler way to let us all know that the...
  • Public funds need to be managed

    In your Oct. 30 editorial "Where were the questions about New Horizons?" you asked, how were the signs missed? Signs of financial trouble for New Horizons were not missed. Those favored by city officials are exempted from careful vetting. Melanie...
  • Police alert west Glendale neighborhood

    Violent and property crimes are most prevalent in the densely populated Verdugo Viejo district, one of several neighborhoods that make up west Glendale, police officials told residents there Wednesday night. So far this year, 35 violent and property...
  • Consultant critical of downtown parking

    CITY HALL — City commissioners this week said they generally support changing parking requirements downtown as a way to increase investment and vibrancy. Adopted by the City Council in 2006, the Downtown Specific Plan calls for establishing a...
  • Judge orders banquet hall to stop operating

    CITY HALL — A bankruptcy judge has ordered the owners of Montrose Collection restaurant to cease all operations — adding to the legal troubles mounting against the controversial banquet hall. Montrose Collection Restaurant and Banquet Hall...
  • Rain, rain, not going away

    With rain expected to drench the city and foothills throughout the weekend, Los Angeles County public works officials advised residents to expect some road closures early Sunday. All county roads in the Station fire burn area, including Angeles Forest...
  • Effecting change together

    With Glendale and Burbank facing millions in budget shortfalls, there is something to be said for "misery loves company." Not willing to languish in mutual financial despair, the two cities, together with Pasadena, have decided to combine their collective...
  • Pensions: City can't keep up with cost

    Pensions: City can't keep up with cost
    Glendale’s contribution to employee pension plans in 2001: zero. The city’s check in 2009: $22.6 million. The growing burden of the California Public Employees Retirement System on Glendale’s bottom line in the last decade has been...
  • Ramani: Gatto is aloof

    Representatives for Republican Assembly candidate Sunder Ramani are arguing that his opponent is dodging opportunities to participate in debates ahead of the June 8 runoff election to represent Glendale, Burbank and parts of Los Angeles. Ramani...
  • Country club aims to recover

    CITY HALL — In December, Glendale Water & Power officials issued a statement celebrating the completion of a two-year, $30-million replacement of the Chevy Chase Reservoir. The statement, which announced an official groundbreaking ceremony,...
  • Mailbag: Dining at IHOP is always great

    One of the best restaurants in Glendale is IHOP. The food is excellent; never a bad meal there. The waiters and waitresses are so friendly, so pleasant, always. One of the assistant managers greets customers at the door, seats them at a table when they...