Extended version: letter to the Glendale News-Press Editor opposing Glendale Water and Power’s smart meter installations.
Glendale, California’s Glendale Community College receives federal stimulus grant for Workforce Training for the Electric Power Sector.
Glendale, California’s Verdugo Power Academy, a joint program of Glendale Community College and Glendale Water and Power made possible by federal stimulus funds, held its first graduating ceremony January 15.
A Sears telemarketing representative reveals the company does not have a network of solar panel installers. Perhaps they should set up their own business.
Glendale, California forgoes U.S. Treasury bond offer of June 12, 2009 to take on additional debt for local projects.
Residents Engaged Against Cell Towers, a Southern California regional coalition including Glendale’s group GOACT, submitted a comprehensive list of concerns to the FCC as a comment for its National Broadband Plan.
Notes from yesterday’s Safe and Healthy Streets Glendale, California bicycling and pedestrian grant Community Stakeholders meeting.
Ars Technica reviews national broadband deployment issues.
Glendale Public Works Director Steve Zurn discusses department budget cuts, Scholl Canyon waste facility costs and remaining useful life, and the possibility of transforming Scholl into a waste-to-energy facility.
Glendale, California city, school district, and community college can finally begin planning based on state budget figures.