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NEWS
February 10, 2005
On "The Larry Zarian Forum" tonight, former Mayor Larry Zarian will discuss two letters sent to the News-Press that called for an all-Armenian City Council. Zarian and guests Albert Abkarian and Sam Manoukian will talk about the effect the letters have had on the community and how the community should react, Zarian said. Abkarian is a member of the city's Civil Service Commission, and Manoukian is a member of the city's Board of Zoning Adjustments.
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NEWS
January 20, 2005
Yousefian to appear on Zarian TV show Mayor Bob Yousefian will be Thursday's guest on "The Larry Zarian Forum," a call-in television program. Yousefian will discuss proposed changes to the public comment period at City Council meetings, his lobbying trips to Washington, D.C., and other issues affecting the city. Zarian's show airs at 7 p.m. Thursday on Charter Communications Channel 26. The call-in number is 547-3668. -- Josh Kleinbaum Galleria shoppers can support the Red Cross Customers of the Glendale Galleria and Northridge Fashion Center can contribute to the tsunami relief effort while shopping.
NEWS
November 10, 2004
Water bill could force tenants from building GLENDALE -- City officials are threatening to cut off the water service to a 34-unit apartment building if the building's owner does not pay the water bill by Monday. Iona Blackwell, owner of a 34-unit apartment building at 565 W. Stocker St., owes the city more than $7,000 for water service. If the account is not paid by Nov. 18, the city will ask tenants to move out of their apartments. The Glendale Community Development Dept.
NEWS
August 30, 2004
The Americana debate: Round 3 Developer Rick Caruso will go toe-to-toe with General Growth spokes- man Arthur Sohikian for the third time Wednesday, debating the merits of the Americana at Brand. And in this go-round, they'll have backup. In a forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters at City Hall, Caruso and Sohikian will each appear with a Glendale resident to discuss the proposed retail and residential project, which is the subject of a Sept.
NEWS
April 6, 2004
Ryan Carter The cost of watching cable television is going up about $2 per month for many viewers. Charter Communications' rates for expanded cable service will increase effective June 1. Expanded basic cable subscribers in Glendale will see their rates go up $1.89, from $30.46 per month to $32.35 -- a rise of 6.2%. Charter has two franchise areas in La Canada Flintridge, so some subscribers will have their rates go up $1.78 -- from $30.46 to $32.24 -- and others will increase from $27.95 to $29.95.
NEWS
December 15, 2003
Charter to offer new high-definition services GLENDALE -- Charter Communications will add two new high-definition channels to its high-definition package, company officials said. HDNet will offer sports and entertainment programming while HDNet Movies will offer feature films from Warner Bros. and Sony Pictures. Charter's high-definition lineup includes KNBC-TV Channel 4, Discovery HD Theater, HBO and Showtime. For more information, call (866)
NEWS
November 27, 2003
Josh Kleinbaum Charter Communications subscribers in Glendale will not see a dent in their cable bill anytime soon. Despite assurances from city staff that Charter did not follow proper Federal Communications Commission procedure when it issued a rate increase in March, entitling customers to a small rebate, the Glendale City Council said Tuesday night that it did not have enough information to order the rebate....
NEWS
November 27, 2003
Robert Chacon While Burbank subscribers to Charter Communications cable service will get a rebate based on allegations that the company overcharged them, residents in La Canada Flintridge will have to wait to hear their rebate fate. City officials might ask for a refund after taking their cue from Burbank and Glendale officials, who were considering asking the cable company to give back thousands of dollars it allegedly overcharged subscribers.
NEWS
November 24, 2003
Josh Kleinbaum Claiming that Charter Communications improperly submitted paperwork for its last rate increase, the Glendale City Council will consider ordering the cable company to issue a rebate to customers. "Charter has not met the burden of proof in supporting and justifying its proposed rates for March 1, 2003, to Feb. 29, 2004," Senior Assistant City Atty. Chris Sansone said. On March 1, Charter increased the rate for basic services from $12.84 to $13.51 per month.
NEWS
November 17, 2003
Robert Chacon With its franchise agreement with Charter Communications expired, La Canada Flintridge city officials are reviewing the company's performance in hopes of gaining leverage when renewal negotiations begin. At tonight's meeting, the City Council will discuss allocating $8,000 to hire a consultant to survey residents and perform other studies about the company. The city has maintained an agreement with Charter Communications since 1994 for the east side of the city, and since 1999 for its west side.
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