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April 1, 2000
Buck Wargo CITY HALL -- Glendale has hired a Seal Beach company to help acquire property for improvements to exit ramps off the Ventura (134) and Golden State (5) freeways. Cutler & Associates will be paid up to $450,000 to obtain appraisals, legal counsel and services for acquiring property. The company will be paid from state grant funds given to Glendale for the project. The state will be paying $33.1 million to have the San Fernando Road exit at the Ventura (134)
COMMUNITY
March 22, 2013
Joy Whaling, loving wife, Mother of three, Grandmother of seven and Great-Grandmother of four passed away peacefully of natural causes on March 15, 2013, in Eagle Rock, CA. Joy was born April 24, 1919 in Los Angeles, CA, youngest of three children. A homemaker for her family who resided in southern CA communities such as Carlsbad, Altadena, Exeter, Glendale and Seal Beach. Private services will be held at Solheim Lutheran Home in Eagle Rock, CA. Assisting the family with funeral arrangements is Crippen Mortuary, La Crescenta, CA.
NEWS
November 6, 2011
While religious leaders attempt to find spiritual solace in the Seal Beach murders (“Coming to terms with the Seal Beach shooting,” Oct. 23), atheist Roberta Medford got it right when she stated, “The only real solution is to take all guns out of private hands.” In the aftermath of the shooting, TV reporters, politicians, clerics and others referred to the murders as a “terrible” or “horrific” tragedy. Excuse me, but when has a tragedy not been terrible or horrific?
NEWS
By: | September 2, 2005
Odors have been reported at several locations along the sewer line from Laguna Beach to Aliso Creek, according to City Manager Ken Frank. City officials have initiated an interim plan to apply chlorine to the lift stations, which will eliminate some odiferous material which Frank believes may exist in the force main and which may be causing gas production throughout the system. On a longer-range basis, city officials are watching a study by the Orange County Sanitation District in Seal Beach, which has installed a super oxygenation system at one of its pump stations to address an odor problem.
NEWS
January 27, 2005
Former La Cañadan Ted Morris, who most recently made his home in Carlsbad, died Jan. 23, 2005 at a nursing home in Poway. Ted was born March 11, 1936 in Los Angeles. As a child, he moved with his family to La Cañada in 1941 and continued living in this town until the family's Grand Avenue home had to be demolished to make way for the 210 Freeway. Ted earned a bachelor of science degree in ornamental horticulture from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He worked for an engineering firm owned by Le Roy Crandall, whose family also lived in La Cañada for many years.
NEWS
November 15, 2000
Buck Wargo CITY HALL -- Fifteen Los Angeles area firms are vying to be the developer for the Town Center retail and entertainment project. The Glendale Redevelopment Agency on Tuesday received a report on proposals submitted by the companies and asked agency staff to do more research and help narrow the list. The agency is expected to get that report during a Dec. 12 or 19 meeting and view projects by the developers in other cities in January. A decision could be made by February on replacing Newport Beach-based Donahue Schriber, which pulled out of the project a year ago, citing rising land costs.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | July 28, 2007
GLENDALE — Call it a week that Justin Yu would just as soon like to forget. Not much went right for the talented Crescenta Valley High senior boys' golfer during the three-day CORE Realty Holdings Junior Tournament in Seal Beach. Yu concluded the tournament Friday by shooting a four-over-par 76 at Old Ranch Country Club. He finished the tournament in a four-way tie for 32nd with a three-round score of 227. Yu, who helped Crescenta Valley win its third Pacific League championship in early May, couldn't establish a strong long or short game to help him rise toward the top of the leaderboard.
NEWS
By Robert S. Hong | December 30, 2006
At the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve — while many are whooping it up at parties, shows and barbecues — two brothers from Glendale will likely be reaching the last stretch of a 300-mile bike ride. Jason Lowetz, 29, and his brother Daniel, 25, plan to ring in 2007 in their own unique way — by biking from Glendale to Monterey without any breaks. "We wanted to do something kind of random," Daniel Lowetz said of their trip. The two aim to wake up early Sunday, taking to the streets in the morning and pedaling far into the night.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | July 30, 2007
GLENDALE ? Five local golfers are set to make the trek down to the Inland Empire. At hand will be competing in the inaugural TomatoBank Southern California Classic Tournament, which will start Tuesday and conclude Thursday at Oak Valley Golf Club in Beaumont. Crescenta Valley High's Justin Yu and John Huh and Hasan Doxey of Flintridge Prep will participate in the Boys' Division. Christine Cho of Crescenta Valley and Glendale resident Sarah Salvo will take part in the Girls' Division.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | May 15, 2008
GLENDALE — Once the trio of local high school boys’ tennis players reach their destinations Friday to participate in the CIF Southern Section Individual Tournament, their focus will be on a draw sheet. It’s likely that they will encounter a surprise or two. The sheet, which will be unveiled at 9 a.m., will be a road map in determining who they must compete against in the single-elimination event. St. Francis High singles player Vinni Lodolo and Glendale’s top doubles team of Nick Daka and Mike Astorian will take part in the tournament, ready to follow the sheet’s brackets that are not released ahead of time to ensure every player shows up among other rationale.
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COMMUNITY
March 22, 2013
Joy Whaling, loving wife, Mother of three, Grandmother of seven and Great-Grandmother of four passed away peacefully of natural causes on March 15, 2013, in Eagle Rock, CA. Joy was born April 24, 1919 in Los Angeles, CA, youngest of three children. A homemaker for her family who resided in southern CA communities such as Carlsbad, Altadena, Exeter, Glendale and Seal Beach. Private services will be held at Solheim Lutheran Home in Eagle Rock, CA. Assisting the family with funeral arrangements is Crippen Mortuary, La Crescenta, CA.
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NEWS
November 6, 2011
While religious leaders attempt to find spiritual solace in the Seal Beach murders (“Coming to terms with the Seal Beach shooting,” Oct. 23), atheist Roberta Medford got it right when she stated, “The only real solution is to take all guns out of private hands.” In the aftermath of the shooting, TV reporters, politicians, clerics and others referred to the murders as a “terrible” or “horrific” tragedy. Excuse me, but when has a tragedy not been terrible or horrific?
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | May 15, 2008
GLENDALE — Once the trio of local high school boys’ tennis players reach their destinations Friday to participate in the CIF Southern Section Individual Tournament, their focus will be on a draw sheet. It’s likely that they will encounter a surprise or two. The sheet, which will be unveiled at 9 a.m., will be a road map in determining who they must compete against in the single-elimination event. St. Francis High singles player Vinni Lodolo and Glendale’s top doubles team of Nick Daka and Mike Astorian will take part in the tournament, ready to follow the sheet’s brackets that are not released ahead of time to ensure every player shows up among other rationale.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | July 30, 2007
GLENDALE ? Five local golfers are set to make the trek down to the Inland Empire. At hand will be competing in the inaugural TomatoBank Southern California Classic Tournament, which will start Tuesday and conclude Thursday at Oak Valley Golf Club in Beaumont. Crescenta Valley High's Justin Yu and John Huh and Hasan Doxey of Flintridge Prep will participate in the Boys' Division. Christine Cho of Crescenta Valley and Glendale resident Sarah Salvo will take part in the Girls' Division.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | July 28, 2007
GLENDALE — Call it a week that Justin Yu would just as soon like to forget. Not much went right for the talented Crescenta Valley High senior boys' golfer during the three-day CORE Realty Holdings Junior Tournament in Seal Beach. Yu concluded the tournament Friday by shooting a four-over-par 76 at Old Ranch Country Club. He finished the tournament in a four-way tie for 32nd with a three-round score of 227. Yu, who helped Crescenta Valley win its third Pacific League championship in early May, couldn't establish a strong long or short game to help him rise toward the top of the leaderboard.
NEWS
By Robert S. Hong | December 30, 2006
At the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve — while many are whooping it up at parties, shows and barbecues — two brothers from Glendale will likely be reaching the last stretch of a 300-mile bike ride. Jason Lowetz, 29, and his brother Daniel, 25, plan to ring in 2007 in their own unique way — by biking from Glendale to Monterey without any breaks. "We wanted to do something kind of random," Daniel Lowetz said of their trip. The two aim to wake up early Sunday, taking to the streets in the morning and pedaling far into the night.
NEWS
By: | September 2, 2005
Odors have been reported at several locations along the sewer line from Laguna Beach to Aliso Creek, according to City Manager Ken Frank. City officials have initiated an interim plan to apply chlorine to the lift stations, which will eliminate some odiferous material which Frank believes may exist in the force main and which may be causing gas production throughout the system. On a longer-range basis, city officials are watching a study by the Orange County Sanitation District in Seal Beach, which has installed a super oxygenation system at one of its pump stations to address an odor problem.
NEWS
January 27, 2005
Former La Cañadan Ted Morris, who most recently made his home in Carlsbad, died Jan. 23, 2005 at a nursing home in Poway. Ted was born March 11, 1936 in Los Angeles. As a child, he moved with his family to La Cañada in 1941 and continued living in this town until the family's Grand Avenue home had to be demolished to make way for the 210 Freeway. Ted earned a bachelor of science degree in ornamental horticulture from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He worked for an engineering firm owned by Le Roy Crandall, whose family also lived in La Cañada for many years.
NEWS
November 18, 2003
Charles Rich The following are previews for today's high school playoff events involving local teams: GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL La Canada (23-7) at Torrance Bishop Montgomery (22-8), Division IIIA semifinal, 7 p.m.: The challenges continue to get bigger for the Spartans. That's the way it should be when trying to win a CIF Southern Section championship. No task might be greater for the Spartans when they meet top-seeded Torrance Bishop Montgomery -- which has captured six CIF division titles and three Division III state championships since 1992 -- in a semifinal match.
NEWS
November 15, 2000
Buck Wargo CITY HALL -- Fifteen Los Angeles area firms are vying to be the developer for the Town Center retail and entertainment project. The Glendale Redevelopment Agency on Tuesday received a report on proposals submitted by the companies and asked agency staff to do more research and help narrow the list. The agency is expected to get that report during a Dec. 12 or 19 meeting and view projects by the developers in other cities in January. A decision could be made by February on replacing Newport Beach-based Donahue Schriber, which pulled out of the project a year ago, citing rising land costs.
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