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Lila Seidman

Lila Seidman covers Glendale City Hall and other local goings-on for the Glendale News-Press. A Los Angeles native, she's been deeply invested in community news since first cutting her journalistic teeth at Patch's North Hollywood bureau in 2011. She has since written on eclectic topics, from criminal law to arts and entertainment, for publications including LA Weekly, Gawker, Vice and the Daily Journal. She graduated from Reed College in Portland, Ore., where she studied Russian and psychology.
Prom for youths battling kidney disease celebrates 20 years

Speaking at the 20th annual Renal Teen Prom for teens battling kidney disease, organizer Lori Hartwell noticed that all the attendees had their phones out. Of course. Then she realized the screens were all trained on her.

Cities lobby to make Glendale energy cases law, hoping to avoid same legal battles

Several cities and at least one municipal utility have requested that recent appeals court opinions for a pair of cases involving Glendale’s water and electricity rates be made part of the state’s body of law to simplify lawsuits they are in the middle of.

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