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December 14, 2002
Ben Godar Glendale's next police chief is expected to be named Tuesday, but in the meantime, Capt. Ron DePompa will be the city's top cop. City Manager Jim Starbird will present his recommendation for police chief to the City Council during a closed session Tuesday. Should the council give its approval, the new chief will be announced later that day. Starbird expects the new head of the department to be able to take over by the end of January. Starbird declined to give any further information about the candidate.
NEWS
By Zain Shauk | May 20, 2009
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — The Glendale Community College Board of Trustees named a popular administrator as the interim replacement for President/Supt. Audre Levy, who will resign in June, a decision that gained support from faculty and staff Tuesday. Dawn Lindsay, who has served as the college’s vice president of instructional services for two years, will take the post July 1. The board made its decision during a closed session late Monday after a tense public meeting with faculty members who said they had been left out of the process.
NEWS
March 3, 2010
Zarian to host interim GCC superintendent Interim Glendale Community College Supt./President Dawn Lindsay is scheduled to appear live Thursday on ?The Larry Zarian Show.? Among the topics up for discussion is the continued pressure bearing down on the campus from state funding cuts, and the methods by which the college is coping. She will also like talk about traffic and parking issues facing the busy campus, and the ongoing search for a permanent superintendent/president, for which she is a candidate.
NEWS
September 27, 2002
Karen S. Kim Glendale YWCA Interim Executive Director Wayne Page is calling it quits after a year of holding down the agency's fort. Page, who temporarily took on the task of leading the organization in September 2001, has spent the past year helping the organization bounce back from devastating financial troubles and negative publicity. "This was more of an interim thing," Page said Thursday. "I put the other things in my life in a holding pattern in order to come into this organization and help to turn it around."
NEWS
May 28, 2009
Clerk to host post-election forum City Clerk Ardy Kassakhian is scheduled to host a public town hall meeting tonight to discuss the most recent citywide election, the process, and solicit feedback on how the system might be improved. Poll workers, residents and other stakeholders are being encouraged to attend the event to weigh in on the election process, which this year saw the introduction of a dedicated election website that proved a hit with the voting public. The meeting will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Glendale Police Department Community Room, 131 N. Isabel St. For more information, call the clerk’s office at (818)
NEWS
July 28, 2003
Joshua Pelzer During its busiest time of the year, the city's Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services is operating under its third interim director in three months. Former Assistant Director Scott Reese filled in for Nello Iacono, who retired in April, before taking a similar position for the city of San Jose in June. Rob Courtney, who served as co-interim director and took over after Reese's departure, returned to his position as recreation and community services administrator.
LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | May 2, 2009
GLENDALE — City executives, hamstrung by a city election and grim budget season, expect the arduous process of picking a successor for Glendale Police Chief Randy Adams to begin in a few weeks, despite his plans to retire in roughly two months. Since Adams announced his retirement on April 8, city officials have yet to discuss plans to approve an interim chief or begin searching for his replacement because they have been focused on the city budget, Human Resources Director Matt Doyle said.
NEWS
By Michael J. Arvizu | March 13, 2010
It seems to be the running joke at La Cañada Congregational Church that the Rev. Skip Lindeman has been the interim interim pastor for the last seven years . It was supposed to be a position the former broadcaster was to have held for only a few months, but he ended up staying for almost a decade. If I didn?t know any better, I?d say the Central Assn. of the Southern California Nevada Conference of the United Church of Christ, La Cañada Congregational Church?s governing body, just said, ?
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By Kelly Corrigan, kelly.corrigan@latimes.com | August 24, 2012
This story has been corrected, see below for details. At a hastily arranged town hall-style meeting Thursday, Glendale Community College officials announced plans to cut $13 million from the college's 2012-13 budget, regardless of the outcome of a state tax initiative that goes before voters in November. A major part of the cost-cutting - $9 million - will come in the form of significant pay cuts for 115 classified employees, who will see their work schedules reduced by one month if the plan is approved by the board of trustees.
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | July 3, 2012
Newly hired Glendale Community College interim President Jim Riggs will earn a base salary of $220,000 during his one-year stint on campus, according to the terms of his contract released this week. When adding in a number of allowances - including $30,000 for housing, $9,600 for vehicle expenses and $2,400 for his cellphone - his total compensation grows to $262,000. It is significantly higher than that of his predecessor, Dawn Lindsay, who announced in April that she had accepted the top job at a community college in her native Maryland.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | June 27, 2012
There's been plenty on Aaron Milam's plate as of late. He became engaged in January and his father, Nyle, died May 11 at 81. While juggling an array of emotions, he served this past season as the interim coach of the St. Francis High baseball team. St. Francis removed the interim tag from Milam's position Tuesday, when it named him the program's new head coach. "Personally, it's a big relief not being the interim coach anymore," said Milam, who served as an assistant at St. Francis from 2004 until early 2012, when Milam's predecessor, Brian Esquival, resigned March 16. "I'm happy that I can continue to run the program and the players and I already know each other.
NEWS
By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | June 26, 2012
The Glendale Community College Board of Trustees has named a veteran college administrator with a background in music as interim president, closing out a monthlong search for a temporary steward that at its peak included 22 candidates. Seasoned educator Jim Riggs will replace Dawn Lindsay starting next week, pending the finalization of his contract, board President Armine Hacopian announced Monday. “[He] is very immersed in the whole idea of leadership with service in mind,” Hacopian said.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | June 12, 2012
When legendary Crescenta Valley High softball Coach Dan Berry passed away last October, it was a given that whoever succeeded him at the helm of the Falcons would have huge shoes to fill. Mark Samford, a longtime basketball coach at the school, took up the challenge on an interim basis and kept the Falcons in the chase for a Pacific League title and back in the CIF Southern Section Division III playoffs. As a result, Samford was fitted for some more permanent footwear on Tuesday when Crescenta Valley ended its coaching search by officially naming Samford the head man. "That was one of many factors [in his hiring]
NEWS
March 3, 2012
Last month's exit by Stephen Eich as executive director at the Pasadena Playhouse last month was greeted with a mixture of regret and gratitude in the theater community. Eich was a crucial player in rescuing the old venue from financial ruin. Stepping in as interim executive director is Charles Dillingham, former managing director for two decades at the Center Theatre Group in Los Angeles, which includes the Mark Taper Forum, the Ahmanson Theatre and the Kirk Douglas Theatre. He is currently a vice president at the Arts Consulting Group, and brings with him four decades of executive experience at a variety of performing arts companies, from the American Ballet Theatre to the Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company.
NEWS
By Maria Hsin, maria.hsin@latimes.com | January 25, 2012
The grass at Robert Lundigan Park in Burbank was just a midway stop for the more than 750 pink, gray and blue comforters stacked high on Wednesday. Glendale- and Pasadena-based partners of the nonprofit Family Promise of East San Fernando Valley made short work of loading up the donated comforters to distribute to local homeless clients - the first harvest of a three-month donation campaign backed by the online bedding firm the Company Store. The store is donating one comforter to the program for every one sold through March to benefit families served by Family Promise affiliates and partners across the U.S.  The Homeless Solutions Project, which helps the homeless in Burbank and Glendale get into transitional and permanent housing, and Door of Hope in Glendale and Pasadena were among the organizations represented at the park Wednesday.
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