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The truth is that our public employees have already endured pay cuts. More than $20 billion in cuts have been absorbed by California public schools alone during the last three years, dragging the economy further down. We must step up and stop more...
Now that the midterm elections are behind us, I want to thank my constituents for the continued opportunity to serve. I first ran for office because I wanted to ensure that the country we pass on to our children is even better and stronger than the...
I'm writing to express my thanks to the City Council for the fresh pavement and sharrows on Chevy Chase Drive. I ride the street regularly on my bicycle commute. I'm not sure how motorists will react, but the improvements certainly welcome more people...
Tags: Commuting, Elections, Politics, Chevy Chase, Travel
What a disappointing June 10 article titled, "Rosemont taps principal." The article smacks of tabloid fodder and attempts to pay Cynthia Livingston a back-handed compliment about her "earning" the promotion of principal of Rosemont Middle School despite...
Your May 31 article "Wedding in the park" carried the sub-heading "Vows are exchanged in Montrose hub, upsetting some businesses." It should have read "Couple tries to help Montrose businesses, gets kicked in the teeth for their efforts." This young...
Atheists United spent three solid hours last Saturday cleaning up our north Glendale strip of the Glendale (2) Freeway, and by Monday there were already several "witches britches," as the British call plastic bags caught in trees and bushes, fluttering...
Jerry Brown was sworn in as California's 39th governor on Monday and promised a "tough budget for tough times." He faces a whopping projected deficit of $28 billion for the next fiscal year. His budget proposal is due to the Legislature in Sacramento by...
With the numerous encounters over the years with police chiefs of the Los Angeles area, I truly thought Randy Adams was a great chief of police for our city. He was interested in the city and cut no slack for his own officers. I remember hearing about...
In deciding to not back a $270-million school bond on the April ballot, the Glendale Teachers Assn. showed once again that it is disconnected from the community it serves. With Glendale Unified staring down the pike at $8.3 million in funding cuts if...
Regarding the Nov. 1 letter "710 extension would improve Glendale traffic," Glendale Mayor Ara Najarian is not doing a disservice to the city over which he presides. To the contrary, I believe he is acting in the best interests of all Glendalians,...
'Videographer' needs another hobby Self-proclaimed "videographer" Peter Musurlian needs to get a life ("Library boots videographer," July 28). I understand that he may be angry that a non-Armenian (Mike Gatto) won our local Assembly seat. But that...
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