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Barger Requests Investigation into Felon Who Murdered Whittier Policeman

Barger Requests Investigation into Felon Who Murdered Whittier Policeman

In the wake of the shooting death of Officer Keith Boyer, a 27-year veteran of the Whittier Police Dept., a motion by Supervisor Kathryn Barger, co-authored by Supervisor Janice Hahn, calls for a full investigation into the suspect’s involvement with the state parole system and county probation supervision.
“Along with numerous elected officials and public safety [...]

Ordinance Installed Limiting ADUs

Ordinance Installed Limiting ADUs

By Brian CHERNICK

The Glendale City Council unanimously voted to install an interim urgency ordinance after listening to comments from residents and receiving advice from the city’s Principal Planner for Community Development Laura Stotler regarding the establishment of standards and ministerial process for approving Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs).

The interim ordinance would limit ADUs to 500 square [...]

Judgment Made in Prop 26 Case

Judgment Made in Prop 26 Case

By Nestor CASTIGLIONE
The City of Glendale was found in violation of Prop 26, according to a judgment handed down last week.
The judgment follows a ruling made in June by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James Chalfant, which found that Glendale also violated its city charter when it transferred $85 million from its electric revenue fund [...]

Council Approves Improvements

Council Approves Improvements

By Brian CHERNICK

Glendale City Council moved forward with approving the plans and specifications for curb ramp installations, pavement repairs and other miscellaneous improvements as per the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The Public Works Dept. will begin advertising for bids to help improve 16 bus stops on Verdugo Road, Chevy Chase Drive and Wilson Avenue. The locations [...]

Council Hosts Transit and Mobility Summit

Council Hosts Transit and Mobility Summit

By Brian CHERNICK

Glendale City Council marked its first meeting of 2017, and first in nearly a month, with a Transportation and Mobility Summit. Council members were joined by a panel of LA transportation representatives to discuss a more unified view of the city’s public transportation future.

The panel, including Stephanie Wiggins of Metro, Roderick Diaz of [...]

Three Burglary Suspects Arrested

Three Burglary Suspects Arrested

By Mary O’KEEFE
Glendale police responded to a call concerning a residential burglary in the 3900 block of Santa Carlotta Avenue on Wednesday afternoon. GPD officers arrived and were able to detain two of the three suspects.
The search for the other suspect involved several hours of investigation throughout the neighborhoods between Pali and Lowell avenues. GPD, [...]

Sagebrush Decision Draws Near

Sagebrush Decision Draws Near

By Charly SHELTON
A decision regarding the Sagebrush territory transfer between the school districts in the cities of La Cañada and Glendale may finally be in sight.
The Sagebrush debate has been going on sporadically since the 1960s, with this current campaign beginning in 2013. The area west of Rosebank Drive in La Cañada to Pickens Canyon [...]

Copy Network Celebrates 25 Years

Copy Network Celebrates 25 Years

 

Glendale mayor Paula Devine (right), along with councilmember Zareh Sinanyan (third from left) congratulated Copy Network owner Andre Ordubegian (next to Devine) on 25 years of business in Montrose. With Ordubegian were his wife and children. On Dec. 12, Ordubegian hosted a celebration at his store at 3600 Ocean View Blvd. #9 in Montrose.

Council Votes in Term Limits

Council Votes in Term Limits

By Brian CHERNICK

In a significant move for Glendale City Council, members of the council voted unanimously in favor of bringing forth a ballot measure to voters in April instituting council term limits.

The measure would give Glendale residents the opportunity to approve a limit of up to three consecutive terms. Currently there are no term limits [...]

Changes Planned for Glendale Elections

Changes Planned for Glendale Elections

By Brian CHERNICK
How Glendale votes for its community college and Glendale Unified School board members is about to change for the 2017 election.
Coming on the heels of the national election, Glendale City Clerk Ardy Kassakhian and a panel of five other local officials, lawyers and school board members were joined at a public town hall [...]


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