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Glendale will host a series of community meetings to discuss a schedule of electricity rate increases that city officials say are needed to pay for badly needed infrastructure upgrades and to improve the utility’s financial footing. The meetings...
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...
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Being a smoker in Glendale could get a lot more restrictive in the coming months after officials this week proposed a number of new laws to limit the reach of second-hand smoke. The City Council on Tuesday moved to ban smoking in all new apartment and...
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Gary Cornell, a city commissioner who played a role in doling out millions in federal grants for public projects and social services, died Friday morning in his home, his wife said. He was 79. Although the official cause of death was not yet been...
City officials are reviewing whether a rule that blocks full-time employees from holding other jobs applies to newly elected City Treasurer Rafi Manoukian. Manoukian, who left his council seat early after winning the treasurer post, holds a second...
More than 200 Glendale Water & Power employees and their union comrades packed City Hall Tuesday night to protest a contract that cuts their pay by 1.75%. Despite the showing, the City Council — unable to reach a deal with the International...
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In 2001, Former Mayor Frank Quintero approved changing the benefit factor that would allow safety personnel to retire after 30 years of service at age 50 with 90% of their last year of spiked income, rather than maintaining their existing generous 75%...
Though surrounded by the shops, residences and restaurants that make up the Americana at Brand, the park in the middle is a public one, and is at risk of being sold by the state as Glendale’s redevelopment agency winds down. To protect the...
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When city officials changed the rules on how to fill an empty City Council seat mid-term, they didn't expect to be stuck deciding between a batch of bad choices roughly eight years later. The 2005 change was supposed to prompt an early election and...
Glendale Unified on Monday bid farewell to longtime board member Joylene Wagner and welcomed recently elected Armina Gharpetian. Wagner, who has held her seat on the board since 2005, built a reputation during her tenure as a state and federal policy...
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In an effort to decrease water usage as the cost of imported water keeps climbing, the Crescenta Valley Water District board has agreed to double the rebate it gives to property owners who install artificial turf or drought-tolerant plants. The boost...
Glendale’s top redevelopment official said this week that the city plans to negotiate with the state Department of Finance to lower an unexpected $20.2 million bill. “I am shocked,” Phil Lanzafame, Glendale’s officer for...
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