Glendale, received a law degree from UC Davis and has served in the
Assembly since 2000.
Frommer and Paskett will reside in Los Angeles and split time
between Los Angeles and Sacramento.
City removes 'No' signs from freeway ramps
GLENDALE -- Thirty-three "No on A, B and C" signs were removed
Monday from freeway onramps and offramps, where they were illegally
posted, city officials said.
Neighborhood Services Administrator Sam Engel said the "No on A, B
and C" campaign will be charged for the staff time to remove the
signs. Engel said that no "Yes on A, B and C" signs were removed.
Such signs can be placed on private property but not on public
The signs refer to three measures in today's special election. If
approved, the measures will set the zoning for the Americana at
Brand, a controversial mixed-use shopping center in downtown
"There's clearly a lot of passion on the issue," said Arthur
Sohikian, spokesman for the "No on A, B and C" campaign. "If that is
the case, the campaign will fully reimburse the city, and we plan on
removing signs after the election."
Rumors floated around City Hall on Monday that some of the signs
were booby-trapped with barbed wire and grease to make them more
difficult to remove, but Engel said that was not true.