I received an email last week from our representative in Congress, asking for my top priority among 11 issues: Supreme Court, health care, environment, immigration, gun reform, national security, civil rights, the economy, our system of checks and balances, and education.
The epic heat and scattered blackouts in Glendale early this month were a wake up call to rethink our power system. Glendale has long relied on the gas-fired Grayson plant to generate electricity centrally then distribute it outward to power our homes. But this model is outdated.
Rachel Melikian posits that more natural building materials and soft, natural landscaping could save drivers' vision and correct traffic issues in Glendale. In another letter, a resident announces a meeting on the Kenneth Village crosswalk question while a third writer weighs in on GWP.