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By Veronica Rocha | March 24, 2009
CITY HALL — Historic Preservation Commission members signed off on a design Monday for signs to go up in the city’s historic districts. Their recommendation will be sent to the City Council for final approval. The signs will be tan with dark brown lettering and borders with the name of the historical district centered, bold and in capital letters, the old city seal is on the left, and the year that district earned historic status and the city name of the are on the right.
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By Dan Evans, dan.evans@latimes.com | August 12, 2011
This is beginning to sound a bit like a broken record, I realize, but today's paper marks yet another round of changes. In concert with the changes with the Life & Leisure section, the addition of Marquee, we've decided to make a few design changes. We've changed the look and feel of the skybox (the text above our front-page logo), making it easier to read. We've changed the headline font, giving news stories a traditional serif font, while more feature-type stories receive a san-serif treatment.
FEATURES
November 5, 2009
This paper’s Oct. 31 editorial, “Council did no one any favors,” questioned, quite properly in my view, whether the City Council acted in the public interest in refusing to grant a taxi license to a new applicant. The editorial has now been questioned in the Nov. 2 Community Commentary, “Decision on taxis was pure common sense,” by Jim Weling, a former chairman of the Transportation & Parking Commission. Weling presented several arguments, among them that there is overcapacity in the taxi cabs that serve Glendale and that there is apparent separate ownership of four of the five taxi companies that now serve Glendale.
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