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March 26, 2001
Name: Dave Wallis Profession: Registered electrical engineer, aerospace career (18 years JPL) Years living in Glendale: 48 Education: Caltech (Engineering & Humanities) BS; University of Nebraska MS; USC PhD; military education - Air Force officer; Hoover High Community participation: Kiwanis Chamber of Commerce Presidents Advisory Council of Glendale Glendale Business & Professional Women GCC Scholarships Symphony Contributions "Outside advisor" to students at CV High Political science lecture at Hoover High Kiwanis scholarship at Clark Magnet School 1. What should be done about traffic in Glendale?
NEWS
March 29, 2001
Dave Wallis Some have proposed that Glendale institute a primary election system. Proponents correctly observes that most candidates for City Council will not have laid the necessary public relations and exposure groundwork, and/or don't have the money to mount a winning campaign, etc., and so they have a snowball's chance, and they should have the wisdom to withdraw, or, they should be "weeded out" by some system, such...
NEWS
April 23, 2001
FIRE STATION NO. 26 Bob Yousefian 97 Frank Quintero 92 Joe Scopacasa 7 Larry Miller 81 Steve Ropfogel 7 Hamo Rostamian 65 Dave Wallis 33 Dave Weaver 96 Allen E. Brandstater 49 Mary W. Boger 76 Tony Tartaglia 32 John Robert Christopher 11 Pam Ellis 56 FIRE STATION No. 23 Bob Yousefian 72 Frank Quintero 96 Joe Scopacasa 3 ...
NEWS
April 23, 2001
Alex Coolman GLENDALE -- The results are in. They're long, and they may give you a headache if you try to read them for extended periods of time. But the precinct breakdown of the vote in the City Council election can provide some interesting information for those curious about voting behavior. They show, for example, that at the Rancho San Rafael polling place, Allen Brandstater was giving Hamo Rostamian a run for his money, each candidate scrounging up a whopping 11 votes.
NEWS
April 12, 2003
-- PRECINCT 1 -- DUNSMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Candidates Votes Pct John Robert Christopher 5 1.0 Dave Wallis 40 8.7 Gus Gomez 83 18.0 Rick Dinger 122 26.5 Rafi Manoukian 64 13.9 Larry Miller 82 17.8 Carole Sussman 63 13.7 PRECINCT 2 -- THE NEW CHURCH John Robert Christopher 5 1.2 Dave Wallis 51 12.2 Gus Gomez 84 20.1 Rick Dinger 106 25.4 Rafi Manoukian 43 10.3 Larry Miller...
NEWS
February 23, 2001
Alex Coolman GLENDALE -- Dave Wallis has an idea about where money should come from for city services. Hint: It doesn't come from new business revenue or from new taxes. What the City Council candidate would most like to see is a dramatic belt-tightening in the administration combined with an end to growth. "Glendale is full," he said. "Infrastructure is at a limit." Wallis means that literally. He is in favor of very little new development, with the exception of infill building on existing lots.
NEWS
April 4, 2001
Alex Coolman GLENDALE -- Bob Yousefian. Dave Weaver. Frank Quintero. Those were the candidates who rose from a 13-person pool to capture the three open City Council seats in Glendale's election Tuesday. Quintero did not look strong in early absentee returns, but built steam as the night wore on, pushing past the strong initial returns of Hamo Rostamian. With all of 45 precincts reporting, Weaver had come up with 7,225 votes. Quintero pulled in 6,867.
NEWS
February 20, 2003
Tim Willert Sixteen candidates for Glendale City Council, Glendale school board and Glendale Community College board of trustees will get a chance to strut their stuff during a candidate forum hosted by the Glendale-Burbank Republic Assembly. The forum will take place at 7 p.m. Monday at The Mix, 2612 Honolulu Ave. It's open to the public. The election is April 1. Seven candidates are vying for two seats on the council, including incumbents Mayor Rafi Manoukian and Councilman Gus Gomez.
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NEWS
April 12, 2003
-- PRECINCT 1 -- DUNSMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Candidates Votes Pct John Robert Christopher 5 1.0 Dave Wallis 40 8.7 Gus Gomez 83 18.0 Rick Dinger 122 26.5 Rafi Manoukian 64 13.9 Larry Miller 82 17.8 Carole Sussman 63 13.7 PRECINCT 2 -- THE NEW CHURCH John Robert Christopher 5 1.2 Dave Wallis 51 12.2 Gus Gomez 84 20.1 Rick Dinger 106 25.4 Rafi Manoukian 43 10.3 Larry Miller...
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NEWS
March 13, 2003
Tim Willert City Council hopeful Dave Wallis isn't exactly what you would call politically correct. While most council candidates speak in measured tones so they don't ruffle any feathers, Wallis speaks his mind. "I want the job, and I am far more qualified than the other candidates or, for that matter, the other members of City Council," said Wallis, who is one of seven candidates running for two council seats in the April 1 general municipal election.
NEWS
February 27, 2003
Tim Willert Rick Dinger has never run for public office, but that hasn't discouraged the 36-year-old Glendale native from seeking a City Council seat. Dinger likes his chances in the April 1 general municipal election, given his community and business ties. "I think it's actually going to be a benefit," said Dinger of his political inexperience. "I think people are tired of the same old, same old. I'll bring a fresh breath, along with an open mind [to the council]
NEWS
February 20, 2003
Tim Willert Sixteen candidates for Glendale City Council, Glendale school board and Glendale Community College board of trustees will get a chance to strut their stuff during a candidate forum hosted by the Glendale-Burbank Republic Assembly. The forum will take place at 7 p.m. Monday at The Mix, 2612 Honolulu Ave. It's open to the public. The election is April 1. Seven candidates are vying for two seats on the council, including incumbents Mayor Rafi Manoukian and Councilman Gus Gomez.
NEWS
February 3, 2003
Gary Moskowitz The seven candidates looking to fill two open City Council seats have gotten their first taste of open debate in the race toward the April election. At a candidates' forum hosted by The Royal Canyon Property Assn. on Saturday afternoon, all seven candidates had the opportunity to make opening statements, respond to three questions submitted anonymously from the crowd of about 100 and make brief closing statements. The questions asked of candidates were "How will you balance the budget?
NEWS
April 23, 2001
Alex Coolman GLENDALE -- The results are in. They're long, and they may give you a headache if you try to read them for extended periods of time. But the precinct breakdown of the vote in the City Council election can provide some interesting information for those curious about voting behavior. They show, for example, that at the Rancho San Rafael polling place, Allen Brandstater was giving Hamo Rostamian a run for his money, each candidate scrounging up a whopping 11 votes.
NEWS
April 23, 2001
RESIDENCE ON ST. ANDREWS Bob Yousefian 29 Frank Quintero 55 Joe Scopacasa 2 Larry Miller 25 Steve Ropfogel 2 Hamo Rostamian 8 Dave Wallis 12 Dave Weaver 43 Allen E. Brandstater 18 Mary W. Boger 35 Tony Tartaglia 9 John Robert Christopher 0 Pam Ellis 34 FIRE STATION NO. 23 Bob Yousefian 105 Frank Quintero 89 Joe Scopacasa 9 Larry Miller...
NEWS
April 4, 2001
Alex Coolman GLENDALE -- Bob Yousefian. Dave Weaver. Frank Quintero. Those were the candidates who rose from a 13-person pool to capture the three open City Council seats in Glendale's election Tuesday. Quintero did not look strong in early absentee returns, but built steam as the night wore on, pushing past the strong initial returns of Hamo Rostamian. With all of 45 precincts reporting, Weaver had come up with 7,225 votes. Quintero pulled in 6,867.
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