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Glendale City Clerk Swears in New Council Members; Friedman Named Mayor

Glendale City Clerk Swears in New Council Members; Friedman Named Mayor

By Ted AYALA
Crowds swarmed and gathered en masse in the Glendale City Council’s (GCC) chamber on Monday night at 8 p.m. Lining the aisles were citizens and dignitaries alike, eager to celebrate the swearing-in of not only the victors from this month’s city council election, but also the inauguration of Laura Friedman as mayor of [...]

City Council Talks Bikes

City Council Talks Bikes

By Ted AYALA
New councilmembers and a new mayor met  Tuesday, April 19 to tackle the issues that face the city of Glendale. After the tumultuous inauguration meeting of the night before, the new council arrived on the dais ready for work.
Of particular import was the full adoption and implementation of its Safe and Healthy Streets [...]

City Council Returns to Work After Hard-Fought Election

City Council Returns to Work After Hard-Fought Election

By Ted AYALA
After competing in one of the most highly polarizing and negative municipal elections in recent memory, the members of the Glendale City Council returned to business last Tuesday where the work of civic governance awaited them impatiently.
Though a week since it had occurred, the tension of the April 5 municipal election had yet [...]

Election Night Leads to Shortened Council Meeting

Election Night Leads to Shortened Council Meeting

By Ted AYALA
With the attention of Glendale citizens diverted to election night and its expectant results, the Glendale City Council called together a very brief meeting on Tuesday. Important issues that would excite much attention and opinionating from the public were moved over to the next meeting.
In his comments, Councilmember Dave Weaver encouraged the audience [...]

Decorum Found at Last Council Meeting Before Election

Decorum Found at Last Council  Meeting Before Election

By Ted AYALA
Those Glendale citizens expecting a fireworks finale in the Glendale City Council (GCC) chamber in the meeting before the election were probably disappointed. Tuesday’s meeting turned out to be surprisingly easy going. No dramatic revelations, no burning accusations, no swarms of citizens storming city hall with torches and pitchforks.
In keeping with the general [...]

Allegations, Signage and Puppy Mills at Council Meeting

Allegations, Signage and Puppy Mills at Council Meeting

By Ted AYALA
The Glendale City Council meeting of March 22 got under way with Mayor Ara Najarian’s declaration of March 2011 as Cesar Chavez Month in the city of Glendale.
“Cesar Chavez was a figure that conveyed hope and determination, especially to minorities in their struggle with prejudice, injustice, and hardship, inspired an entire generation of [...]

Candidate Addresses Critics with Surprise Announcement

Candidate Addresses Critics with Surprise Announcement

By Ted AYALA
The full Glendale City Council convened on Tuesday evening in its first meeting since daylight savings.
City Clerk Ardashes Kassakhian invoked the words of French novelist Marcel Proust – famous for his monumental, multi-volume literary epic “In Search of Lost Time” – before the council meeting commenced.
“The hour of death cannot be forecasted,” Kassakhian [...]

Measure S Discussed at Glendale City Council

Measure S Discussed at Glendale City Council

By Ted AYALA
The full city council met last Tuesday to discuss, in matters pertinent to the Crescenta Valley, support for the GUSD’s Measure S and information relating to the forthcoming city elections.
Measure S – which would require 55% support of voters to pass – extends property tax rates approved by residents via 1997’s Measure K [...]

Meeting the Candidates Part 2

Meeting the Candidates Part 2

Crescenta Valley Weekly put forth three questions for each candidate vying for a seat on Glendale City Council. Below are their answers. We hope this information helps our readers make an educated and informed decision on April 5. (Note: Councilmember Dave Weaver and Chahe Keuroghelian’s answers were not received as of press time. Their answers [...]

Glendale City Council discusses election audit

Glendale City Council discusses election audit

By Ted AYALA
The Glendale City Council was met with a well-filled house on Tuesday, Feb. 22. On the table to be discussed at the meeting was the city’s election audit, among other notable subjects.
In regard to the election, Councilman Dave Weaver bemoaned the low visibility of the forthcoming city elections in April. “It’s been kept [...]


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