Views from Crescenta Valley Town Council » Harry Leon

Summer is Officially Over!   I am so glad that in-person school sessions are back this year. Thank you GUSD (board members, superintendent, faculty, and staff) for taking all precautionary measures to make our students safe. This Saturday, we all be commemorating the anniversary of 9/11. That day was the worst day we have ever […]

News from the CV Town Council » Harry Leon

Voting Info, Dumping Issues and More   It is October and fall is in full swing. Kids are getting a hang of distance learning and parents are feeling a little more comfortable at home. But first and foremost, the CV Town Council wants to acknowledge our Armenian community members and let them know that we […]

NEWS from the CVTC » Harry LEON

Despite COVID-19, Much is Going On in the Crescenta Valley   As we enter our fifth month under the Stay at Home Order, I know many community members have been feeling restless, emotionally exhausted and drained. This has been a trying time for all members of our community. Is this our new normal? There is […]

News from the CVTC » Harry LEON

Congratulations to the Class of 2020 I wish to extend my sincerest appreciation and congratulations to all of our graduating high school seniors and college graduates and their families. There is no greater joy than to celebrate your achievements and accomplishments and salute you, even more so this year because you realized these successes in […]

News from the CVTC » Harry Leon

The Crescenta Valley Town Council fully condemns and promotes a zero tolerance policy on racism, injustice and violence of any kind toward anyone in our community. Total respect and value for human life, as well as the dignity of every individual, must be at the forefront of our principles and conduct as citizens of a […]

News From the CVTC » Harry LEON

Stay Home, Stay Safe   First and foremost, I hope all of you are doing well during these trying times. Be it the virus or economic stress, we will get through it all together and we will be stronger because of it. Across the County of Los Angeles, we just finished up our second weekend […]


Welcome and Appreciation I’d like to start off by welcoming CV Town Council re-elected member Donna Libra to a three-year seat, Ted Yu to a one-year first alternate seat, Jeffrey Rodriguez second alternate seat and Ruben Gonzalez third alternate seat. Also, welcome to the slate of officers voted in at January’s general meeting of the […]

News from the Valley » Harry LEON

Celebrating the Past and Building the Future of the Crescenta Valley The 135th Anniversary Gala for the Crescenta Valley was a huge success. Attended by Supervisor Kathryn Barger who was the gala’s main sponsor, State Senator Anthony Portantino, and Assemblymember Laura Friedman, among countless other dignitaries, celebrated another milestone for our community courtesy of St. […]

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Keep Glendale Unified Whole Welcome back to school everyone! I hope you had a great summer. Speaking of school, I received a message from our new Glendale Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Vivian Ekchian concerning the Sagebrush Territory Transfer. She writes: “As you may know, several years ago a small group of residents from an […]

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Updating Our Community On April 17, Councilmember Aram Ordubegian, Corresponding Secretary Sophal Ear and I were at Glendale High School on the occasion of the 104th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. Members of the Armenian Clubs from Crescenta Valley, Clark Magnet, Glendale and Hoover high schools hosted the 18th Annual Armenian Genocide commemoration. On April […]

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