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October 26, 2001
Amber Willard NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- Glendale Police are investigating the theft of several moon bounce inflatables from a warehouse. Five of the items, which are popular rentals for children's parties, were taken at about 1:30 a.m. Wednesday from a unit in the 1800 block of Dana Street. A generator also was stolen, according to police reports. Police believe a truck was used to ram open the door of the warehouse, as well as to take the items away.
BUSINESS
By Christopher Cadelago | September 21, 2009
DOWNTOWN — The owner of a furniture store has been sued by comedian Adam Carolla for allegedly defaulting on three months’ worth of rent for using his warehouse at the Burbank Airport Commerce Center. In the lawsuit filed against Lounge 22 LLC Aug. 28 in Los Angeles Superior Court, Carolla is seeking nearly $45,000 in unpaid rent for the 12,368-square-foot warehouse from May through July, and about $500 for each day since Aug. 1. On July 2, Lounge 22 owner Armen Gharabegian was given three days to either settle the debt or return possession of the property at 7679 San Fernando Road, according to court records.
NEWS
March 3, 2005
BUDGET DEVELOPMENT FOR 2005-06 Since January, board members have been discussing strategies and policy issues related to preparing the district's 2005-06 budget. At Tuesday's meeting, board members discussed the district's property and how it can be better used. WHAT IT MEANS The Pacific Avenue Education Center is used by several educational organizations, like the district's Glendale Preparatory Academy and Healthy Start, the Foothill Area Community Transition Service, Glendale Community College and the Armenian Relief Society on Saturdays.
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | May 24, 2012
Three men with ties to a Montrose irrigation business were arrested Wednesday night after police seized 700 marijuana plants inside a warehouse in Van Nuys and another 200 at the home of one of the men. The men - Steve Nemenyi, 47, Glenn Poppler, 42, and Mark Mayer, 46 - were arrested by Glendale police on suspicion of possessing marijuana for sale following the drug bust, which also yielded more than 50 pounds of pot. They were released about...
LOCAL
By Ryan Vaillancourt | May 30, 2007
LOS ANGELES — The smells of burnt rubber and gasoline still tinge the air at 4602 Brazil St., a block west of San Fernando Road, where a Sunday afternoon warehouse fire torched more than 40 cars owned by Glendale car dealer Star Auto Group. "Looks like a scene from a bombing in Iraq, right?" said Ken Lecheminant, general manager of Star Chrysler/Jeep, a division of Star Auto Group. Crumbs of shattered glass crackled under Lecheminant's feet as he walked through the wreckage to survey the damage, which is most severe in the cars that are closest to the wooden warehouse.
NEWS
October 14, 2005
by Jennifer Berry A Los Angeles man is being held at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station without bail after being arrested in a warehouse bathroom after a pursuit this week that started on La Crescenta streets ended after a foot pursuit in La Ca“ada. Nathaniel Rivera, 27, is being held on suspicion of grand theft auto, of being a felon in possession of a firearm, of reckless driving, of receiving stolen property, of identity theft, of evading police officers, of transportation for sales of marijuana and of violating the terms of his parole, all felonies.
NEWS
March 23, 2007
SUNLAND ? Members of the Sunland-Tujunga community are celebrating the recent decision by L.A. City planners to approve the appeal filed by the No Home Depot Campaign (NHDC) against the Home Depot slated for the site of the former Kmart in Sunland. The 32-page determination stated, in part, that the Department of Building and Safety did make a mistake in deciding that the construction work that was permitted allowed the conversion of the existing K-Mart into a Home Depot. The conversion did not fall in line with a "project" as defined in the Foothill Boulevard Corridor Specific Plan.
NEWS
March 4, 2011
Glendale’s San Fernando Road corridor, long a drab bastion of nondescript warehouses and vague storefronts, continued its transformation this week with yet another huge commitment from the Walt Disney Co. and another firm poached from Los Angeles. Kinetic Lighting Inc. — which sells and rents lighting equipment and produces special events — announced it would move from North Hollywood to a facility in the steadily forming San Fernando Creative Corridor. Technicolor Inc. also agreed earlier this month to move 100 film-processing jobs into a 40,000-square-foot Flower Avenue warehouse, citing its proximity to DreamWorks Animation and the Disney’s Creative Campus.
NEWS
By June Casagrande | March 26, 2008
This just in: A Southern California man has just lifted a half ton of crates and carried them across a warehouse ? in his mouth. Not far away, a certain stage show has been deemed so dazzling that it made one reviewer feel as if she were struck by the process of fading. And in the Catalina area, a tourist has learned how to propel himself forward on a bicycle through the sheer power of salesmanship. And in Beverly Hills, a room in a certain home is so crammed with furniture that its fullness can be described with reference to dusty form of limestone.
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By Brittany Levine, brittany.levine@latimes.com | December 26, 2012
Glendale Water & Power's storage warehouse hasmore than $1 million in tools that haven't been used in four years, according to a recent audit that also found several issues with security and how products are tracked and stored. When Public Works Director Steve Zurn took on his dual role of managing the utility earlier this year, he asked the city's auditor to do a top-down review of Glendale Water & Power's warehouse. β€œIt was just done differently than what I had expected,” Zurn said.
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By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | May 24, 2012
Three men with ties to a Montrose irrigation business were arrested Wednesday night after police seized 700 marijuana plants inside a warehouse in Van Nuys and another 200 at the home of one of the men. The men - Steve Nemenyi, 47, Glenn Poppler, 42, and Mark Mayer, 46 - were arrested by Glendale police on suspicion of possessing marijuana for sale following the drug bust, which also yielded more than 50 pounds of pot. They were released about...
NEWS
By Gretchen Meier, gretchen.meier@latimes.com | April 23, 2011
Wednesday's unofficial pot smoking holiday, 4/20, was a bust for five people allegedly running a marijuana growing facility out of a warehouse in Burbank. Three men and two women were arrested by Burbank Police Department detectives conducting a multi-city sweep β€” including Glendale and Arcadia β€” that indicated the facility was being used as part of a marijuana cultivation operation. One-hundred marijuana plants and several pounds of pot were seized during the sting, in addition to four guns, said Burbank Officer Cindy Guillen.
NEWS
March 4, 2011
Glendale’s San Fernando Road corridor, long a drab bastion of nondescript warehouses and vague storefronts, continued its transformation this week with yet another huge commitment from the Walt Disney Co. and another firm poached from Los Angeles. Kinetic Lighting Inc. — which sells and rents lighting equipment and produces special events — announced it would move from North Hollywood to a facility in the steadily forming San Fernando Creative Corridor. Technicolor Inc. also agreed earlier this month to move 100 film-processing jobs into a 40,000-square-foot Flower Avenue warehouse, citing its proximity to DreamWorks Animation and the Disney’s Creative Campus.
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | July 29, 2010
CITY HALL — Work will soon begin on a new homeless shelter in south Glendale after the City Council this week signed off on a $2-million loan to get the project started. The City Council on Tuesday voted to appropriate the $2 million in seed money from the city's General Fund for the project, allowing the nonprofit S. H. Ho Hope and Compassion Center and PATH Achieve Glendale — the city's largest homeless services provider — to close escrow on an industrial warehouse near the southern border with Los Angeles and convert it into a larger shelter that will allow for separate sleeping quarters for men, women and children.
BUSINESS
By Christopher Cadelago | September 21, 2009
DOWNTOWN — The owner of a furniture store has been sued by comedian Adam Carolla for allegedly defaulting on three months’ worth of rent for using his warehouse at the Burbank Airport Commerce Center. In the lawsuit filed against Lounge 22 LLC Aug. 28 in Los Angeles Superior Court, Carolla is seeking nearly $45,000 in unpaid rent for the 12,368-square-foot warehouse from May through July, and about $500 for each day since Aug. 1. On July 2, Lounge 22 owner Armen Gharabegian was given three days to either settle the debt or return possession of the property at 7679 San Fernando Road, according to court records.
LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | September 23, 2008
GLENDALE — The owner of a tile warehouse was shot in the leg Monday morning inside his northwest area business. Several shots were fired at the man just before 9 a.m. inside his Tile Porcelain Warehouse in the 6700 block of San Fernando Road, but he was struck just once in the right leg, Glendale Police Sgt. Tom Lorenz said. Police did not release the name of the man shot, but state records list Edgar Beginyan as the owner of Tile Porcelain Warehouse. He dragged himself out of the warehouse into an alley behind the warehouse and screamed for help, Lorenz said.
NEWS
By June Casagrande | March 26, 2008
This just in: A Southern California man has just lifted a half ton of crates and carried them across a warehouse ? in his mouth. Not far away, a certain stage show has been deemed so dazzling that it made one reviewer feel as if she were struck by the process of fading. And in the Catalina area, a tourist has learned how to propel himself forward on a bicycle through the sheer power of salesmanship. And in Beverly Hills, a room in a certain home is so crammed with furniture that its fullness can be described with reference to dusty form of limestone.
LOCAL
By Ryan Vaillancourt | May 30, 2007
LOS ANGELES — The smells of burnt rubber and gasoline still tinge the air at 4602 Brazil St., a block west of San Fernando Road, where a Sunday afternoon warehouse fire torched more than 40 cars owned by Glendale car dealer Star Auto Group. "Looks like a scene from a bombing in Iraq, right?" said Ken Lecheminant, general manager of Star Chrysler/Jeep, a division of Star Auto Group. Crumbs of shattered glass crackled under Lecheminant's feet as he walked through the wreckage to survey the damage, which is most severe in the cars that are closest to the wooden warehouse.
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