Staff Salary Increases in Glendale Amid the Recession; An Open Letter to City Council

By Herbert Molano For several years, I’ve looked at the MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) of the GMA (Glendale Management Association) with the city and hardly anything has changed to the long list of benefits outside of the regular pay. There are many areas that need further evaluation, and I suggest the city council brings those up […]

The 2020 Census Citizenship Question

[fsn_row][fsn_column width=”12″][fsn_text] By Jack Gil In March 2018, the US Census Bureau announced its plan to incorporate a question asking respondents whether they are US citizens in the 2020 Census. This would supply block-level data on the citizen and non-citizen voting age populations in the country. However, many immigrants and activists oppose this decision as […]

Tensions Running High at Hoover High

[fsn_row][fsn_column width=”12″][fsn_text] By Frank Gallo Three weeks ago a brawl that broke up at Hoover High required a massive response from the Glendale Police Department. No one knows how many kids participated in the fight that took place during the lunch break on October 3/2018, but at least 26 kids were disciplined for their involvement. […]