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BUSINESS
March 26, 2007
Glendale technology firm lands contract Waldman Bros., a Dallas, Texas-based insurance, employee benefits and financial services provider, announced on Tuesday that it has selected Glendale-based technology company 3n National Notification Network as its exclusive mass notification system provider. The privately held 3n National Notification Network, founded in 2002, provides corporations, government agencies, non-profits and schools with comprehensive mass communication systems.
NEWS
December 18, 2012
I'd like to see in the near term a review of the current policy the city has for community notification in R-1 zones where major improvements are planned using the city's easement rights for erecting/construction of wireless transmission facilities. The current process is deeply flawed and puts the homeowner or the homeowners association in an almost a no-win position, as well as in a financial straitjacket before we know what is hitting us. Signs that are posted become city property, which can't be touched during the 30-day notification period without being a misdemeanor even on homeowners association property.
NEWS
April 26, 2000
Alecia Foster GLENDALE -- In 1993, Mary Byron of Louisville, Ken., was kidnapped and raped by a former boyfriend. When police arrested him, Byron asked law enforcement officials to notify her if he was released on bail. They did not, and a few days after her 21st birthday, the man found Byron and killed her. The incident prompted Kentucky law enforcement officials to implement a notification program to keep victims updated on their attacker's whereabouts.
NEWS
August 11, 2011
A Glendale resident in his 60s was found dead inside a vehicle Thursday morning on Altura and Lowell avenues, police said. Another resident notified police at about 8:49 a.m. about the unresponsive man who was parked in front of his home, Glendale Police Sgt. Tom Lorenz said. His identity was not released pending notification of family. Firefighters pronounced him dead at the scene. “There is no indication of foul play,” Lorenz said. Veronica Rocha
NEWS
August 17, 2001
Alex Coolman CITY HALL -- The following action was taken at Tuesday's City Council meeting. WHAT HAPPENED The council asked staff to assess the costs associated with increasing public notification of pending variance cases. WHAT IT MEANS The action stemmed from the controversy surrounding the ABC7 sign, a project requiring multiple variances that were approved with very little public input in 1998. Options that will be considered for increasing public awareness include broadcasting all hearing agendas on GTV6, notifying more project neighbors about pending cases and notifying homeowner groups who may be interested in a variance.
LOCAL
By Melanie Hicken | November 19, 2009
CENTRAL GLENDALE — Taking a page from last year’s controversial tree lighting ceremony, Americana at Brand and city officials this week warned residents to expect the boom and spectacle of a fireworks show tonight. Last year, some on the City Council dais blasted the Americana for the fireworks display as wildfires raged across the Southland, with some evacuees staying at nearby hotels. Then-Mayor John Drayman called the move “dumb-headed” after some residents complained they had no advance notice of the major fireworks display, echoing concerns made for a similar show when the mixed-use complex had its grand opening in May. Still, others who attended the show lauded the event as a spectacular holiday season kick-off.
NEWS
September 10, 2001
As perhaps the only citizen in the city who was not caught by surprise regarding the ABC7 sign, I have to admit I am more than a little amused by everyone's reaction to this issue. A close review of the audiotape from that hearing reveals that Adam Gilbert, representing KABC and ABC7, stated that Disney chose a "low-rise design, and that the design "sets a landmark for Glendale." I'm sure all agree this sign will certainly set a landmark for Glendale.
FEATURES
November 23, 2009
Fireworks coming to the Americana Published Nov. 18   CENTRAL GLENDALE — Taking a page from last year’s controversial tree lighting ceremony, Americana at Brand and city officials this week warned residents to expect the boom and spectacle of a fireworks show Thursday evening.   Comments: arbpen Well, I took my 5-year-old son to this. According to the city’s press release dated Nov. 17, 2009, the event was supposed to start at 7:30 p.m. I told my son that if he finished all his homework, we could go. We live two blocks away at Lomita at Brand, so we left at 7:05 p.m., just in case it was crowded.
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NEWS
December 18, 2012
I'd like to see in the near term a review of the current policy the city has for community notification in R-1 zones where major improvements are planned using the city's easement rights for erecting/construction of wireless transmission facilities. The current process is deeply flawed and puts the homeowner or the homeowners association in an almost a no-win position, as well as in a financial straitjacket before we know what is hitting us. Signs that are posted become city property, which can't be touched during the 30-day notification period without being a misdemeanor even on homeowners association property.
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NEWS
November 30, 2012
An equipment malfunction knocked power out at Glendale Community College Friday morning, prompting officials to cancel classes and close the campus. Interim Supt. Jim Riggs said repairs on the equipment would last well into the night, and announcement on whether the campus would be closed Saturday wasn't expected until late Friday night. The college would notify students via its mass email notification system. Most of the college's faculty and staff were also sent home, although some remained at work under back-up lighting systems that kicked into gear, Riggs added.
NEWS
August 11, 2011
A Glendale resident in his 60s was found dead inside a vehicle Thursday morning on Altura and Lowell avenues, police said. Another resident notified police at about 8:49 a.m. about the unresponsive man who was parked in front of his home, Glendale Police Sgt. Tom Lorenz said. His identity was not released pending notification of family. Firefighters pronounced him dead at the scene. “There is no indication of foul play,” Lorenz said. Veronica Rocha
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | August 11, 2010
LA CRESCENTA — Crescenta Valley residents may soon start receiving e-mail and text messages from their local sheriff's station when major incidents occur. Crescenta Valley station lieutenants have been receiving training on a new Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department system dedicated to sending e-mails and text messages regarding missing persons, crime trends, wanted suspects, traffic incidents and more, station Capt. David Silversparre said. "It's not something that we are going to use for minor incidents," he said.
FEATURES
November 23, 2009
Fireworks coming to the Americana Published Nov. 18   CENTRAL GLENDALE — Taking a page from last year’s controversial tree lighting ceremony, Americana at Brand and city officials this week warned residents to expect the boom and spectacle of a fireworks show Thursday evening.   Comments: arbpen Well, I took my 5-year-old son to this. According to the city’s press release dated Nov. 17, 2009, the event was supposed to start at 7:30 p.m. I told my son that if he finished all his homework, we could go. We live two blocks away at Lomita at Brand, so we left at 7:05 p.m., just in case it was crowded.
LOCAL
By Melanie Hicken | November 19, 2009
CENTRAL GLENDALE — Taking a page from last year’s controversial tree lighting ceremony, Americana at Brand and city officials this week warned residents to expect the boom and spectacle of a fireworks show tonight. Last year, some on the City Council dais blasted the Americana for the fireworks display as wildfires raged across the Southland, with some evacuees staying at nearby hotels. Then-Mayor John Drayman called the move “dumb-headed” after some residents complained they had no advance notice of the major fireworks display, echoing concerns made for a similar show when the mixed-use complex had its grand opening in May. Still, others who attended the show lauded the event as a spectacular holiday season kick-off.
LOCAL
By Mike Lawler | August 13, 2008
Bravo to Dan Kimber for his excellent column on the larger developments that are taking place in the Crescenta Valley (“Cutting developments down to size,” Education Matters, Aug. 1). I especially applaud his observations that the Crescenta Valley is unique in its natural settings and slower pace, and should not be lumped with the more cosmopolitan “flat-land” Glendale where development is concerned. There is a growing movement in the Crescenta Valley to protect and nurture that precious difference in traffic and crowded housing that we currently enjoy over other parts of Glendale.
BUSINESS
July 16, 2007
Whole Foods Market to donate proceeds Whole Foods Market in Glendale will donate 5% of its net sales on Wednesday to the Glendale Police Activities League. The league is a year-round program that serves at-risk youth in the community by providing opportunities for them to participate in various sporting activities. Anything purchased at the store, which is open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., will be counted toward the league. The store is located at 331 N. Glendale Ave. Glendale company notches contract Glendale-based 3n National Notification Network, a mass notification system provider, secured a contract this week with the Biltmore Estate, the company said in a statement.
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