A Substantially Different Approach to the Selection of a City Manager

By Herbert Molano Little good can come from closed, behind-the-doors, initiatives, and agreements where major policy decisions are made with virtually no local newspaper that reports regularly on city council actions, the finances of the city, or hold the council to accountability in an open forum. The selection of the city manager, heads of departments, […]

Is the Economy Diving into a Recession? Glendale City Staff Doesn’t Think So

By Frank Gallo In the past three months the Country has lost jobs at a tremendously fast pace. Almost 20% of the population had filled unemployment claims by the end of May, a number unheard since the depression. Now that the economy starts reopening, many people are finding that their jobs are no longer there. […]

How Short-Term Rentals saved Many Homeowners From Foreclosure

By Herbert Molano [fsn_row][fsn_column width=”12″][fsn_text] For those who lost their homes during the Subprime Mortgage Crises, the years 2008 and 2009 would scar their memories for the rest of their lives. Nine million people lost their jobs in 2008 and the nation’s homeowners suffered 3.1 million foreclosures. As the recession took hold and the economy […]