â€œI am so sick of burying these kids.â€
â€” Addiction specialist Cary Quashen at a substance abuse forum organized for the public by Crescenta Valley Drug and Alcohol Prevention Coalition.
â€œNot in my wildest dreams did I expect this.â€
â€” Mike Gatto, an attorney and the top Democratic vote-getter in Tuesday's special primary election to fill a vacant office in the 43rd Assembly District, which encompasses much of Glendale and Burbank.
â€œWe feel good.â€
â€” Republican Sunder Ramani, who came in second place during balloting Tuesday for the special primary election in the 43rd Assembly District, where Democrats far outnumber Republicans.
â€œIt just seems whoever's in, you want out.â€
â€” Burbank resident Cynthia Tobin, who voted for a Republican on Tuesday because she thought the Democrat-controlled Legislature was doing a poor job of solving state problems.
â€œThis ordinance and this whole process came about because basically one particular company acted less than respectfully to a neighborhood. And because of that, as a city, it's our responsibility to step in and make sure that doesn't happen again.â€
â€” Councilwoman Laura Friedman on the City Council decision to more strictly regulate where and how cellular antennas are built in residential neighborhoods.
â€œThis whole area is really going to change dramatically.â€
â€” Peter Zovak, Glendale's deputy housing director, on the addition of two affordable housing developments at the city's southernmost edge on San Fernando Road.
â€œThis is my 14th year on the City Council. I've waited five years to be [chairman of] the Redevelopment Agency again. I think it's only proper that positions be rotated occasionally so other members do have a chance. So I am throwing my hat in the ring again.â€
â€” Councilman Dave Weaver before being passed over for the third consecutive year for one of the top leadership spots at City Hall.
â€œWe have to look through every nook and cranny to get through the economic hurricane we're in.â€
â€” Greg Krikorian, Glendale Unified School District Board of Education vice president, on potentially charging Clark Magnet High School families for bus service.