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Whatever the budgetary constraints on public education, we can do more to help parents understand the power they have to enrich their children’s learning and lives with a nightly story and song.
The resurgence of interest in Fred Rogers, which began last year with the 50th anniversary of “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood,” along with the terrific documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” continues with last week’s release of “It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.”
A Glendale resident questions the fiscal responsibility of the council members who gave the green light to the holiday skating rink. Also, reader Mike Mohill offers his thoughts on a new state ADU law.
A Glenoaks Elementary School parent suggests the GUSD teach adults how to advocate for change in the way public schools are funded so more dollars can be put toward steeling campuses against shootings
When was the last time you sent a thank-you note, not an e-card, but an honest-to-goodness, cursive-written expression of gratitude?
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  1. Although initially sent back for further review in December, a six-story hotel project planned on North Maryland Avenue has again stalled in City Council chambers after an impasse over a number of requested concessions by the developers.
  2. Glendale City Council members introduced a temporary emergency ordinance that will allow the city to enforce some of its ADU regulations — including maximum unit sizes — even as several state housing laws going into effect Jan. 1 will supersede or negate many others.
  3. Amazon has launched a brick-and-mortar 4-star store at the Americana at Brand in Glendale. It’s the first store of its kind in the Southern California and one of eight in the nation.
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