The club has 300 full members, of which 220 consistently pay their monthly dues, according to court documents.
Although crews have continued work on replacing the 14.5-million-gallon reservoir, the city and club hope to finish the project and fully open the course in the coming weeks, Ahn said.
The company has maintained the club staff and plans to continue operating without interruption, he said.
“It’s a far greater commitment of time for me, but it also means a larger platform for me to advocate for children and public education.”
— Glendale Unified School District Board of Education President Mary Boger, on her election to the vice presidency of the California School Boards Assn., a statewide group that will gain her access to state and federal policymakers.
“Germs are bad.”
— Preschooler Nikitha Ambatipudi, after a presentation that organizers said they hoped would help children 5 and younger stop the spread of illness.
The idea was for them to see what quality schools in the U.S. look like, how they operate, meet some of the leaders there, and find out how those people were educated and developed as leaders.
— USC program director Mark Robinson, on why he brought a Vietnamese delegation through three Glendale schools.
“There is nothing in this amendment that says if a man someday wants to buy Viagra, for example, that his pharmaceutical coverage cannot cover it.”
— Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) criticizing a proposed amendment to the Senate’s health reform plan that would have included limits on how women buy insurance plans that cover abortions. The amendment failed.
“This was a bittersweet victory.”
— Assemblyman Paul Krekorian (D-Los Angeles), who won a seat on the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday after an election that set a record for campaign spending. The contest fueled an array of negative ads.
“I think that that’s wishful thinking.”
— Eric Bauman, chairman of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party, who argued that Republicans’ hopes for winning an Assembly seat to be vacated by Paul Krekorian are far-fetched in the heavily Democratic district.