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  • Glendale City Council gives green light to Arts Colony

    Glendale City Council gives green light to Arts Colony
    Dozens of seniors filled City Council chambers Tuesday to oppose a $29.9-million affordable housing project for creative industry workers planned for downtown Glendale, but the showing wasn’t enough to prevent approval of the final design and a city...
  • News-Press Editorial: Great to see city, PNC work together

    After a few years of colossal headaches for the city, the pain was eased a bit this month when its lawsuit against one player in the ongoing Advanced Development Inc. mess was settled. As a result, PNC Multifamily Capital will pay the Glendale Housing...
  • Precinct data reveal Devine territory

    While City Council election winner Paula Devine had support from nearly every corner of the city, most of the precincts she dominated were in Glendale’s northern region, according to an analysis of Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder data. Devine...
  • Letter: Vote Mohill for a better future

    I am a lifelong resident of Glendale and have raised four children in this city. Because I am deeply concerned about the future of Glendale, on June 3, I will be voting for the only candidate who has a vision and plan for the escalating pension...
  • Letter: Mohill is willing to fight the unions

    One of the most critical and important responsibilities a member of the Glendale City Council has is to approve or disapprove the contracts negotiated between the public employee unions and the city of Glendale. Over the last decade or more our public...
  • Letter: Solutions exist to fix city's deficits

    City Manager Scott Ochoa, in his recent rebuttal in the News-Press, stated that I was wrong that 84% of our pension obligations are funded, not unfunded as I stated the week before. His comments are disingenuous. City records indicate that in the years...
  • Majority of council candidates oppose further bicycle infrastructure in Glendale

    The final City Council candidate forum this week further teased out differences and similarities between the five vying for a single open seat on June 3. The candidates disagreed on issues from pension reform to bicycle infrastructure improvements at the...
  • Glendale City Council approves housing goals

    Glendale City Council approves housing goals
    A slew of goals for Glendale residential planning over the next eight years — from small-lot subdivision to encouraging developers to take advantage of density bonuses offered in exchange for affordable housing units — were approved by the...
  • City expected to face deficits in the millions

    While Glendale ended last fiscal year with more money on hand than expected, the city can expect to experience deficits in the millions of dollars, according to the annual comprehensive financial report released this week. The 208-page report gives a...
  • Letter: Glendale is on the hook with CalPERS

    Our City Council likes to brag how we are spending millions of dollars on parkland services. But, nearly 90% of the parkland money comes from grants by the county, state or federal government. Thus, only 10% comes from the city’s General Fund....
  • Problems bringing Glendale to its knees

    Those of us that were raised in Glendale remember a town that was fiscally conservative and the letter that was recently sent to us by the city of Glendale Water & Power re: the exorbitant rate increases would have been impossible. Recently, Glendale...
  • City's pensions should be rescinded

    Re: “Friedman vote causes backlash over policy,” June 23. Councilwoman Laura Friedman, who represents Glendale on the board of the Metropolitan Water District, voted against a MWD $900,000 rebate. Friedman’s rationale for refusing the...