Glendale Special City Council May 13, 2021

Special City Council – 05/13/2021 Finance, re: FY 2021-22 Budget Study Session 5: Departmental Study Session: Community Development, Public Works, and Information Services

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Glendale City Council, Joint CC/Housing Authority Meeting, and Special Council May 11, 2021

Catching up on a few meetings here. Worth watching if you have the time. Glendale City Council-5/11/2021 Joint City Council and Housing Authority – 05/11/2021 Special City Council – 05/11/2021

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Glendale City Council, Joint Meeting, and Housing Authority April 6, 2021

I didn’t post these two weeks ago, but including them now for archive purposes. Paula Devine replaced Vrej Agajanian as mayor (and the city breathed a sigh of relief). Glendale City Council – 04/06/2021 Joint City Council & Housing Authority – 04-06-2021 Housing Authority – 04/06/2021

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Roubik Golanian accepts appointment as City Manager of Glendale

At the March 9, 2021 meeting, Glendale City Council appointed Mr. Roubik Golanian City Manager. Below are Mr. Golanian’s comments to Council and the public as he formally accepted the appointment.

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Dan Brotman addresses public on Ara Najarian’s ‘Winegate’; exposes Mayor Agajanian’s complicity

At the February 16, 2021 City Council Meeting, Councilmember Dan Brotman made comments directly to the viewing public regarding motives behind the ‘Winegate’ fiasco orchestrated by Ara Najarian. This video includes his statement directed to the citizens of Glendale. Mr. Brotman informs us that some with commercial developer interests are…

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Ara Najarian’s ‘Winegate’ “scandal” fizzles at City Council

This is a clip of the full second motion of ‘winegate,’ where Ara Najarian walks the thin line between defaming someone and defamation, at the February 16, 2021 City Council meeting. Council rejected it in a 2 abstain (Brotman, Devine): 1 no (Kassakhian): 2 yes (Najarian, Agajanian) vote. Mr. Najarian…

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Outlook Newspapers: ‘Winegate’ Controversy Engrosses Council

Outlook Newspapers’ Glendale News-Press had especially good coverage of Ara Najarian’s failed over-reactive attempt to to create a scandal designed to impair the Design Review Board. Recall that Ara Najarian made a point of mentioning (threatening) media coverage at the City Council meeting. “More than two hours of discussing what…

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Glendale Police Department Introduction to Neighborhood Watch

GPD will be holding a live virtual meeting for those interested in an introduction to the neighborhood watch program on 2/10/21 at 6pm. For more info, or to register, email gpdneighborhoodwatch@glendaleca.gov

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50 Years Ago Today: 1971 San Fernando Valley Earthquake – Sylmar

Today is the 50th anniversary of the Sylmar earthquake. The 1971 San Fernando earthquake (also known as the Sylmar earthquake) occurred in the early morning of February 9 in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains in southern California. The unanticipated thrust earthquake had a magnitude of 6.5 on the…

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