[fsn_row][fsn_column width=”12″][fsn_text] Court of Appeals Found that Glendale Violates its Own Charter When Transferring Money to the General Fund. Case was Remanded Back to Lower Court for Re-calculating $60 Million Award to Rate Payers — By Frank Gallo In February 2014, the Glendale Coalition for Better Government ( a nonprofit organization advocating for a transparent […]
California, is Moving to 100% Zero-Carbon Electricity and Glendale’s Water & Power Will Be Part of It.
[fsn_row][fsn_column width=”12″][fsn_text] By FRANK GALLO On September 10, 2018, California Governor Jerry Brown (D) signed SB 100, the bill that will make California the second state in the nation with a deadline to move to 100% zero-carbon electricity. SB 100 will require the State to have zero-carbon sources of electricity by 2045. The bill was […]
[fsn_row][fsn_column width=”12″][fsn_text] The majority of the Glendale residents and businesses are unaware that at the Glendale City Council Meeting on July 17th, the Council approved a motion to place a measure for a 0.75% City Sales Tax increase on the November 2018 election ballot. The measure is titled: “Glendale Quality of Life and Essential Services […]
Four people were arrested on suspicion of burglary, including a man who fled from a traffic stop and barricaded himself under a house for several hours, Glendale police reported Tuesday. About 3 p.m. Monday, police tried to stop a car near Colorado Boulevard and the Glendale (2) Freeway for having no license plates, said Glendale […]