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October 7, 2009
Beeline fare rise is reasonable I would definitely continue to ride the Beeline if fares went up (“Beeline costs may transfer,” Oct. 1). It is efficient, and even at higher fares, very reasonable. JARRETT ANDERSON Glendale   Beeline is a lifeline to this reader I’m a 74-year-old who lost some eyesight from a 2008 stroke and can no longer drive (“Beeline costs may transfer,” Oct. 1). The Beeline gives me “a life” as I can go anyplace in Glendale, La Crescenta and La Cañada (with it and my legs)
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October 5, 2009
I used to live in Glendale, and I have seen lots of reckless driving on the streets. Now I live in West Los Angeles, and I don’t see that as often as I did in Glendale. Manuel Hernandez’s letter (“City deserves driving reputation,” Sept. 17) stated that he has been exposed to the rudest, most aggressive and uncaring drivers he has ever seen. In the seven years that I lived in Glendale, I saw lots of bad habits. I noticed tailgating and people running red lights.
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April 7, 2011
The Board of Education and I would like to thank the Glendale/La Crescent community for their overwhelming support of Measure S. We are extremely grateful to the community for the unwavering endorsement of the Glendale Unified School District. On a personal note, I would like to thank those of you who participated in the Yes on S campaign. There are too many individuals to thank, but I would like to highlight three individuals who spearheaded the campaign — co-chairs Harry Hull and school board member Mary Boger, and school board President Greg Krikorian.
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By Max Zimbert | September 23, 2009
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Organizers of a “listening workshop” Tuesday tried to get a message through to about 1,000 first- and second-graders that research shows has been falling on deaf ears: Turn the volume down or risk irreversible hearing loss. The crowd of students from Glendale and nearby communities filled the Glendale Civic Auditorium on Tuesday for a presentation on safe listening habits, like turning down the volume on headphones and giving ears a break from MP3 players.
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By Chris Wiebe | January 18, 2008
LA CRESCENTA — The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a mob attack on Christmas Eve as a hate crime that left three seniors with major injuries after they complained to a neighbor about loud music. Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Department Capt. Tim Peters detailed the incident at a Crescenta Valley Town Council meeting Thursday, describing a beating that involved between 10 and 15 people ganging up on a woman and two men, all in their 60s, he said.
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August 8, 2000
Amber Willard DOWNTOWN -- Seven cars, including three that were set on fire, were found with their tires slashed in the 400 block of Oak Street. The vandalisms were reported early Friday, about two hours after police responded to a report of loud music coming from an apartment along the street. Only one of the cars received severe fire damage. Firefighters extinguished a fire under a Chevrolet Lumina, whose rear portion was damaged. Officials found a rag hanging from its gas tank.
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January 3, 2001
Amber Willard NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- Two people were arrested early Monday morning, following a scuffle with Glendale Police when officers tried to break up a party. Officers went to the party, at a house in the 800 block of West Kenneth Road, at 2 a.m. after neighbors reported loud music, broken glass in the street and public urination, according to police reports. A 23-year-old Alhambra man was arrested after he allegedly grabbed an officer by the shirt and the two fell to the ground.
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April 1, 2014
Someone please explain to me why some homeowners think that their loud party music and general cacophony will be enjoyed by neighbors far into the night. Last Friday night, even with all the windows shut tight, it was earplug time until after 2 a.m. This sort of callous disregard for others is beyond my comprehension. Robert Morrison Glendale
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April 7, 2011
The Board of Education and I would like to thank the Glendale/La Crescent community for their overwhelming support of Measure S. We are extremely grateful to the community for the unwavering endorsement of the Glendale Unified School District. On a personal note, I would like to thank those of you who participated in the Yes on S campaign. There are too many individuals to thank, but I would like to highlight three individuals who spearheaded the campaign — co-chairs Harry Hull and school board member Mary Boger, and school board President Greg Krikorian.
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October 7, 2009
Beeline fare rise is reasonable I would definitely continue to ride the Beeline if fares went up (“Beeline costs may transfer,” Oct. 1). It is efficient, and even at higher fares, very reasonable. JARRETT ANDERSON Glendale   Beeline is a lifeline to this reader I’m a 74-year-old who lost some eyesight from a 2008 stroke and can no longer drive (“Beeline costs may transfer,” Oct. 1). The Beeline gives me “a life” as I can go anyplace in Glendale, La Crescenta and La Cañada (with it and my legs)
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October 5, 2009
I used to live in Glendale, and I have seen lots of reckless driving on the streets. Now I live in West Los Angeles, and I don’t see that as often as I did in Glendale. Manuel Hernandez’s letter (“City deserves driving reputation,” Sept. 17) stated that he has been exposed to the rudest, most aggressive and uncaring drivers he has ever seen. In the seven years that I lived in Glendale, I saw lots of bad habits. I noticed tailgating and people running red lights.
NEWS
By Max Zimbert | September 23, 2009
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Organizers of a “listening workshop” Tuesday tried to get a message through to about 1,000 first- and second-graders that research shows has been falling on deaf ears: Turn the volume down or risk irreversible hearing loss. The crowd of students from Glendale and nearby communities filled the Glendale Civic Auditorium on Tuesday for a presentation on safe listening habits, like turning down the volume on headphones and giving ears a break from MP3 players.
LOCAL
By Chris Wiebe | January 18, 2008
LA CRESCENTA — The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a mob attack on Christmas Eve as a hate crime that left three seniors with major injuries after they complained to a neighbor about loud music. Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Department Capt. Tim Peters detailed the incident at a Crescenta Valley Town Council meeting Thursday, describing a beating that involved between 10 and 15 people ganging up on a woman and two men, all in their 60s, he said.
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