Good morning 818 readers. Today is Sunday, Dec. 22. National Weather Service forecasters predict the high will be 58 and the low will be 40 in the Glendale-area.
Find out what's happening in your region:
- After years of waiting, the Adams Hill neighborhood in South Glendale is set for improvements to its water lines in order to improve water pressure and service. The roughly $2.4 million Glendale Water & Power project is expected to begin in January and will entail replacing water main lines which range from 33 to 89 years old and are heavily deteriorated.
- While the city of Glendale ended last fiscal year with more money on hand than expected, it can expect deficits in the millions of dollars this year, according to the annual comprehensive financial report released this week.
- Burbank school board members reported a significant impact on the local economy since voters approved the $110-million Measure S bond in March, with 83% of the 29 vendors that approved to work on bond projects located in a 50-mile radius. They also approved spending $1.3 million in Measure S funds for playground equipment and turf for Disney, Edison, Jefferson, McKinley and Providencia elementary schools.
- Have you met the newest members of the L.A. Zoo family? Staff photographer Raul Roa photographed the zoo's new baby Chilean flamingos and chimpanzees.
- Los Angeles is on its way to having its driest year in history, but according to the Los Angeles Daily News, it's having little effect on Southern California residents.
-- Sameea Kamal, email@example.com
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