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Cal Phil Goes Broadway

Cal Phil Goes Broadway

By Ted AYALA

On Saturday Victor Vener and the California Philharmonic brought together a wide ranging program that had its patrons tapping their toes and brought the hills alive with “The Sound of Music.”

The second concert of the orchestra’s season was a splashy summer blockbuster of music from Broadway and Old Vienna.

The former made its appearance [...]

Price Tag Stengel Field Demo Rises

Price Tag Stengel Field Demo Rises

By Ted AYALA

Unforeseen events at Stengel Field forced the city to swallow a significantly higher price tag for the demolition project currently underway at the site.

The company awarded the contract to demolish the field’s backstop and grandstand, Triangle Enterprises, Inc. of Burbank, discovered materials containing asbestos at the site, as well as a service wall [...]

Glendale Public Works Drafts Changes To Artificial Turf Ordinances

Glendale Public Works Drafts Changes To Artificial Turf Ordinances

By Ted AYALA

After previously batting it down, Glendale is once again considering the use of artificial turf on residential properties.

With the heat beating down on Southern California for months, any hope of a downpour to salvage another dismal rainy season has virtually evaporated. Add to that mandatory water usage cuts of 25% statewide ordered by [...]

Council Considers Parade Float Designs

Council Considers Parade Float Designs

By Ted AYALA
On Tuesday night Glendale City Council approved a contract with Phoenix Decorating Company, paving the way for Glendale’s return to the Tournament of Roses Parade in 2016.
The contract with Pasadena-based Phoenix is not to exceed $190,000 and includes a 5% contingency fee.
Council on May 5 had appropriated $200,000 for the Rose float, instructing [...]

City to Go Forward with Grant App

City to Go Forward with Grant App

By Ted AYALA
On Tuesday night the Glendale City Council gave the green light to staff to move forward with an application for grants that would go toward improving Deukmejian Wilderness Park.
The grants are issued by Los Angeles County under its Regional Park and Open Space District 2015 countywide competitive grant program. Grant monies are allocated [...]

Council Approves Pay Hikes

Council Approves Pay Hikes

By Ted AYALA
Tuesday night saw the Glendale City Council unanimously approve an 18% pay increase for City Manager Scott Ochoa and City Atty. Michael J. Garcia.
Ochoa, speaking about Garcia’s pay increase, said it was necessary in order to “achieve confidence that we have the best city attorney we can afford.”
The increase would bring their pay [...]

Le Salon de Musiques Surprises with Stravinsky and Rachmaninoff

Le Salon de Musiques Surprises with Stravinsky and Rachmaninoff

By Ted AYALA
A little old Russian lady and her husband happened to share the elevator with me after last Sunday’s Le Salon de Musiques program of cello and piano works by Stravinsky and Rachmaninoff. With the impression of cellist John Walz and pianist Steven Vanhauwaert still fresh in my ears, I was trying to gather [...]

Drought Pushes Council to Consider Artificial Turf

Drought Pushes Council to Consider Artificial Turf

By Ted AYALA
“Ten years ago I don’t think any of us would have had a burning desire to discuss this issue,” said a stern faced Mayor Ara J. Najarian during Tuesday night’s Glendale City Council meeting. “But [we are] now because of this severe drought and the requirement by Gov. Brown to reduce our water [...]

Good riddance? Montrose Bids Farewell to Notorious Crosswalk

Good riddance? Montrose Bids Farewell to Notorious Crosswalk

By Ted AYALA

The signs went up earlier this week at the corner of Honolulu and Ocean View. The bête noire of many Montrose residents and businesses, the infamous diagonal crosswalk that had been erected at that aforementioned intersection, would be painted over by this Monday.

The crosswalk sprang up in the heart of the Montrose Shopping [...]

Council Renews Beeline Contract

Council Renews Beeline Contract

By Ted AYALA

A six-year contract totaling nearly $44,000,000 that would continue the city’s relationship with the Glendale Beeline’s current operator was approved by Glendale City Council on Tuesday night.

MV Transportation, Inc., which is headquartered in Dallas, will operate the Beeline until 2021, with two further options for one-year extensions after 2021. They have been operating [...]


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