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The Republic azcentral.com Electronic billboards will be allowed along a 3-mile stretch of Loop 101 near Glendale's sports and entertainment district. The City Council unanimously Tuesday approved a set of guidelines for the signs.
Story This account in the Arizona Republic is a sobering look at Glendale's attempts to find the $25-million (all currency U.S.) it owes the NHL for the operations of the Phoenix Coyotes over the 2011-12 season. In the end, the money was taken from
The Republic azcentral Glendale City Council conducted a marathon workshop Tuesday to review staff's recommendations on how to close a projected $35 million hole in the upcoming budget, which begins July 1. The proposed 600-page, $183 million
If Glendale city council follows through on its plans to cough up yet another $25-million (all currency U.S.) to help finance the Phoenix Coyotes next season, it will be flirting with financial disaster, according to a dissident councillor. Phil
The Arizona Republic When Glendale hosts the Super Bowl next time around, city leaders hope it will be a better deal for taxpayers. The National Football League this week announced the game will return in 2015 to University of Phoenix Stadium.
The Arizona Republic The Glendale City Council members weighed in Tuesday on how they want to see boundaries redrawn for their districts in the wake of the 2010 U.S...The council viewed three proposed redistricting maps at its workshop after the
The Arizona Republic Peoria City Council must soon decide whether to keep snapping photos of red-light runners at four city intersections. The city's contract with Scottsdale-based Redflex Traffic Systems is up in October...Council members say they'
The Arizona Republic The Glendale Tea Party Patriots plan to field candidates to run against the mayor and two council members in next year's City Council election. Glendale Mayor Elaine Scruggs, Councilman Steven Frate, Councilman Phil Lieberman and
The Arizona Republic The Glendale City Council on Tuesday unanimously passed regulations for medical marijuana facilities that operate in the city. "Even though I don't like this, it's mandated so I have to vote aye," Councilwoman Norma Alvarez said.
The following year, they paid an additional $1.7 million for the project, dubbed Vassar City Lights, a five-story stucco building on San Fernando Road. The beneficiary of that vote was Advanced Development and Investment Inc., a Los Angeles-based