Cronyism in Glendale’s City Manager Election

The most important Civil Service Job in the City of Glendale is the City Manager, and we need a new one. Yasmin Beers, the current City Manager, has resigned and the City Council will soon be appointing her replacement. When the prior City Manager, Scott Ochoa, resigned, Beers was automatically appointed as his replacement (even […]

Glendale New City Council – Election Results Final

Fortunately, the City’s election for City Council was held a month ago prior to the Virus shutting everything down!  After counting all the in person and mail in ballots and validating the votes, the final election results were officially certified last Friday, March 27th. At the election, eight candidates were each seeking one of the […]

Why Should you Consider the Cost of Getting Elected to Glendale City Council Before you Vote for a Candidate?

By Frank Gallo [fsn_row][fsn_column width=”12″][fsn_text] Nowadays, running a successful campaign for Glendale’s Council might cost a small fortune and require an army of volunteers and outside supporters who might have an agenda in addition to the candidate’s. On March 3rd, 2020 the citizens of Glendale will be electing three Council Members which coincides with the […]

2018 The Year-end Review For The Glendale Coalition for Better Government

[fsn_row][fsn_column width=”12″][fsn_text] Coalition Meetings Held During the year, we held 11 General Meetings for the members and guests. The meetings are held the third Monday of each month at 6:00 PM and open to the public. The meeting location is posted on the web site and emailed to interested persons on our email list. The […]

Rents Aren’t All That Need Control

[fsn_row][fsn_column width=”12″][fsn_text] By John Samuel I did some research on the residents of Glendale.  I found that the majority of the residents are renters, while those who own their homes are in the minority…and I read that this statistic is just the opposite of the National average.  Why are the statistics different in Glendale, you […]