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July 16, 2009
In an A1 article Wednesday titled, ?Schools seek recycled water,? the article used the incorrect measurement for the amount of recycled water currently used in Glendale. The measurements should have been given in ?acre feet,? not acres. ? A caption for a picture with the society column on page A-8 on Wednesday titled, ?Locals have ties to beloved actress,? should have referred to Jim Wilke and Charles Moore as YMCA board members. Moore is the second man from the left, Tyler Wright is the third man from the left and Ara Kalfayan is on the far right.
NEWS
March 29, 2001
A recent letter on this page denounced nine of 13 City Council candidates for simply not taking a stand on the Oakmont issue. In my view, each project should certainly be taken on a "case-by-case basis" and be given "proper legal consideration." There are deeper issues here than the "save the beautiful hillsides" rhetoric we typically hear. One significant issue would be private property rights. Without the benefit of in-depth study of the issues and the advice and council of city staff, how can a candidate adequately assess the potential consequences of any actions taken?
LOCAL
February 17, 2010
The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. AREA 1   5 0 0 block of East Broadway Ruben Aganov, 327, was arrested Feb. 12 on suspicion of being drunk in public and a warrant for petty theft with priors.   1700 block of South Glendale Avenue Sergio Carrillo, 26, was arrested Feb. 13 on suspicion of trespassing.   5000 block of San Fernando Road Raul Gonzalez, 49, was arrested Feb. 14 on suspicion of being drunk in public.
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By RUTH SOWBY | July 18, 2007
Want something done? Ask a 90-year-old church woman to do it. Just like Iva Carrico from Glendale's Incarnation Church. Practically single-handed, Carrico was in charge of the decoration theme and its execution at the 30th annual Meals on Wheels Salad Bar Lunch on July 10 at the First United Methodist Church in Glendale. Sponsored by Glendale Church Women United, funds from the $6-a-plate salad bar will provide scholarships for the Salvation Army's Meals on Wheels program.
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By Ruth Sowby | July 15, 2009
The Alex Theatre screened “Sparrows” on Sunday in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Mary Pickford’s first year in film. The matinee screening, which included two Pickford shorts, marked the only Los Angeles showing of the film. The 1926 silent film was just restored by specialists from the Library of Congress, represented at the screening by Crystal Schmidt Crystal Schmidt . Local residents had surprising ties to the film. Film society board member Dean Briggs showed off a letter sent from Pickford to his grandmother in 1916.
NEWS
March 25, 2005
Bridge between malls would help city With the proposed merger of the Robinsons-May and Macy's under one owner, I find myself very sad that both stores could become one, under one name at the Galleria. But at the same time, I have no sad feelings for the new owners of the Glendale Galleria. The Glendale Galleria is a dinosaur built many years ago against the wishes of many citizens. They thought the new Galleria would cause more traffic, close streets, negatively affect businesses on Brand Boulevard and Central Avenue and create a big, enclosed monster.
NEWS
December 5, 2002
King, Lincoln, Theresa ... and Carlson? Huh? Marlene Ryder's letter of Dec. 2 is a classic example of so-called progressive politics. Ms. Ryder takes the populist approach of divisive politics, pitting owners against renters. In this case, property owners are conspiring to reduce affordable housing units by, among other atrocities, building more parks. She goes on to declare that renters "are" Glendale, reducing homeowners to a petty special-interest group; the powerful vs. the poor victim-class renters.
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July 16, 2009
In an A1 article Wednesday titled, ?Schools seek recycled water,? the article used the incorrect measurement for the amount of recycled water currently used in Glendale. The measurements should have been given in ?acre feet,? not acres. ? A caption for a picture with the society column on page A-8 on Wednesday titled, ?Locals have ties to beloved actress,? should have referred to Jim Wilke and Charles Moore as YMCA board members. Moore is the second man from the left, Tyler Wright is the third man from the left and Ara Kalfayan is on the far right.
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March 29, 2001
A recent letter on this page denounced nine of 13 City Council candidates for simply not taking a stand on the Oakmont issue. In my view, each project should certainly be taken on a "case-by-case basis" and be given "proper legal consideration." There are deeper issues here than the "save the beautiful hillsides" rhetoric we typically hear. One significant issue would be private property rights. Without the benefit of in-depth study of the issues and the advice and council of city staff, how can a candidate adequately assess the potential consequences of any actions taken?
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