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The Republic azcentral.com Two months after Glendale officials voted to spend $324 million over 20 years to help a proposed buyer keep the Phoenix Coyotes in the city's Jobing.com Arena, the sale of the hockey team has yet to go through.
The Republic azcentral.com Six months ago, City Manager Ed Beasley announced he would retire, but the Glendale City Council has not yet discussed how it will replace him. The 17-year Glendale administrator has not given an exact exit date, saying he
The Republic azcentral.com As the Phoenix Coyotes shed past struggles and skated into the second round of the playoffs, a first since the team moved to Arizona, a Glendale City Council majority informally agreed to its own new reality.
The Republic azcentral.com The Glendale City Council skated around its scheduled budget items Tuesday to talk about the Phoenix Coyotes. Councilman Phil Lieberman demanded to know where staff was going to find the $5 million not allocated in this
The Republic azcentral.com Sell the city-owned cemetery, reduce hours for animal pickup and adjust cleaning services for restrooms in most city-owned buildings. These were some of the items the Glendale City Council pitched in a four-hour workshop
The Republic azcentral.com The Glendale City Council intends to take greater control over the city's budget-making in 2012. The council largely focused on the city's spending plan in a goal-setting retreat on Tuesday. Consultant Dick Bowers advised
The Republic azcentral.com Glendale wants to revamp some of its IOUs to free up money in the budget during a lean economy. Staff pitched a debt-restructuring plan Tuesday for some of Glendale's notable assets such as the hockey arena, public safety
The Arizona Republic A west Glendale councilwoman says if her district is the only spot in the city to have digital billboards, it should be the area that benefits from any revenue generated from related fees. "Since we bear the burden, we should
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 Glendale will continue to share two pools with the Peoria Unified School District. The City Council voted 5-1 Tuesday to approve a five-year agreement to use the pools at Cactus and Ironwood high schools for summer aquatic