The upcoming Glendale Mayor’s Ride 2014, taking place November 8 and starting at 9:30am, will highlight major transportation projects now being studied or in the works, including the Glendale Narrows Riverwalk. Major road, rail, and river transformations are planned, and big things are happening now, though it seems as if […]
Notes of interest to Glendale on Move LA’s “strawman” proposal for the 2016 ballot- a new 1/2 cent county sales tax – from discussions at the recent day-long meeting with transportation sector leaders, advocacy groups and elected officials. Mentions: Burbank/Bob Hope Airport terminal and intermodal facility improvements, Doran Street rail crossing, reduced transit fares for students?, and a “Grand Boulevards” proposal […]
Objecting to a cell site about to be installed in front of a home, five years ago today more than 100 people petitioned Glendale City Council for better zoning protection. In April 2010, after a cell site moratorium, various official hearings and two sets of public meetings, city council enacted a new wireless ordinance that provided greater notices and protections for residential areas of Glendale.[…]
“The city of Burbank respectfully requests that you reconsider your introduction of this legislation. As drafted, it is so fundamentally flawed that revisions alone cannot redeem it.” – The last sentence of Burbank’s April 16, 2013 letter to Assemblyman Chris Holden, referring to AB162, which he introduced. This Sunroom Desk […]
California 43rd District candidates forum October 25.
Burbank reviews residential zone loophole in wireless ordinance.
Crooked Little Birdhouse review by Sunroom Desk Editor
Glendale, surrounding communities’ SR-710 meeting draws few; liaisons find alternatives already selected.
Glendale, nearby cities, council object to transportation priorities in regional plan.
Glendale Water and Power proposes smart meter opt-out fees; updates on opposition to wireless smart meters.