The show airs at 7 p.m. on Charter Communications Channel 26. To
ask questions during the show, call 547-3668.
Day laborers organize protest march to City Hall
GLENDALE -- A group of day laborers will march from Home Depot to
City Hall today, protesting the city's treatment of day laborers.
The group will announce the filing of a lawsuit against the city
alleging that officials violated the 1st Amendment rights of day
laborers. The lawsuit alleges that police officers harassed the day
laborers, violating their right to free speech and hindering their
ability to advertise and solicit work.
The march will begin at 8 a.m. at the Home Depot, 5040 San
Fernando Road, move north up San Fernando Road to Broadway, and then
cut east on Broadway to City Hall, 613 E. Broadway. The protesters
will hold a news conference in front of City Hall at 9:30 a.m.
Librarian to discuss county budget cuts at CVTC meeting
LA CRESCENTA -- Vicky Guagliardo, La Crescenta Library's head
librarian, will discuss the effects Los Angeles County's budget cuts
will have in La Crescenta at tonight's Crescenta Valley Town Council
County library officials have warned that budget cutbacks mean
some libraries will close and staff and service hours will be
The Town Council meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the Crescenta
Valley Sheriff's Station, 4554 N. Briggs Ave. The meeting is open to
the public. For more information, call 248-9387.
Rotary Club celebrates books
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE -- The Rotary Club of Glendale and its Rotary
Grandparent Readers will give more than 100 books to seven local
elementary schools during a luncheon today at the Brandview
Rotary Club members will present books to principals from Balboa,
Edison, Glenoaks, Jefferson, Marshall, Valley View and R.D. White
elementary schools at the luncheon.
The Rotary Club contributed $1,000 to the project, and those funds
were matched by the Los Angeles Times' Reading by 9 and Scholastic
Books programs, according to reports.
County, city agree on traffic signals
LA CRESCENTA -- Installation of traffic signals will begin in July