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It was very helpful to have the letter written by Garry Ackerman, president of the Glendale Rose Float Assn. (“Trouble in rose float land,” June 30). The letter fully clarified the history of the association and the status of its current...
Tags: Politics, Rick Caruso, Government, Employees, Chicago Hotels
Regarding pension reform for state employees, Governor Brown has said, “We've got to win the confidence of the people.” To that end, he proposes a “Twelve Point Pension Reform Plan.” I would add a 13th point — that the...
Former Rep. Carlos Moorhead — whose 24 years in Congress representing the tri-city area earned him the title of dean of the California Republican Congressional delegation — has died. He was 89. Moorhead represented Burbank, Glendale and...
Last week I attended the forum for the candidates running for City Council. The candidates with the most potential clearly defined the evening. I listened as each candidate spoke of his or her record and answered several questions relating to such issues...
Tags: Politics, Democracy, Government, Albert Einstein, Health
Special to the Valley SunNothing makes La Caņada High School senior Hima Hassenruck-Gudipati quite as happy as a 120-pound robot or riding inside a 16-foot solar-powered boat. Hassenruck-Gudipati is president of the La Caņada High School Engineering Club who used her skills and...
SACRAMENTO -- California officials are still cleaning up the mess after halting an expensive and troubled overhaul of the payroll system for public employees earlier this year. Roughly two dozen workers are responsible for sifting through the rubble...
A series of articles and editorials written by members of The Aegis staff about the alarming rise in traffic deaths in Harford County last year - and how law enforcement rushed to address the situation - has been named the best public service journalism...
Tags: Lacrosse, Government, Photography, Newspapers, Walmart
Baltimore Gas & Electric certainly isn't likely to win any popularity contests. It secured a rate increase from the Public Service Commission in February — its second in the last three years — and turned around and filed a request for...
Tags: Politics, Weather, Government, Executive Branch, Consumers
While what Uber Technologies says is essentially true that they own no vehicles and do not have drivers, they are clearly providing transportation through their app ("PSC to decide if Uber must comply with taxi rules," May 16). Any driver who owns a car...
Here we go again — at the first sign of recovery from the worst recession since the Great Depression, government officials are gearing up to line their pockets with taxpayer money. The Burbank City Council took the lead last week by granting 100...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA public utility law judge on Monday is expected to set the procedural schedule for the Maryland Public Service Commission’s investigation into complaints that Potomac Edison overbilled some Western Maryland electric customers by failing to read...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A small but outspoken group of residential customers vows to continue battling Michigan's largest utility company over the freedom to opt out of having "smart" meters installed outside their homes. State regulators' days-...
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