Newly-elected 43rd District Assemblyman Mike Gatto hosts first town hall meeting, on the state budget, Saturday in Glendale, California.
California Citizens’ Redistricting Commission application deadline extended to February 16, 2010. Minorities and women are underrepresented in the current applicant pool.
The wireless industry announcement on the FCC “shot-clock” ruling, mentioning state and local opposition.
ACORN has no ties to the city of Glendale, California.
California now issuing IOUs, while contractors, banks, individuals, and policymakers are forced to deal with the consequences.
Political heat on the state budget crisis in California – Assembly Speaker Karen Bass’ terrible faux pas calling citizens “terrorists”; a state appeals court ruling against using transportation funds to cover budget shortfalls; a strong defense of Prop 13 and the 2/3 majority requirement; and Governor Schwarznegger addressing a point of taxpayer resentment – overly generous pension and health care benefits for state employees.
Glendale, California city staff map all city cell sites and analyze current federal and state laws regulating wireless facility installations for a June 9, 2009 request to extend the city’s current wireless moratorium.
New ideas for raising revenues and improving the local economy are needed from Glendale, California’s city council candidates.