A Long-Lasting Legal Dispute Can End-Up Costing Millions to the City of Glendale, CA

By Frank Gallo On Feb.25/2014, the Glendale Coalition for Better Government (a non-profit pro-citizen advocacy group) sued Glendale for the violation of its City Charter as well as the violation of propositions 26 (Article XIIIC of the State Constitution) by transferring Electric fees to the City’s General Fund. The Electric revenue transfer amounted to $80.6 […]

Is your city ready for California’s next recession?

By Judy Lin & Elizabeth Castillo [fsn_row][fsn_column width=”12″][fsn_text] California might be enjoying a historic economic expansion, but pockets of the state could be devastated in the next recession and at least 18 cities are even now at high risk of fiscal distress, according to a first-in-the-nation dashboard released Thursday by State Auditor Elaine Howle. Compton, Atwater, Blythe, […]