Pleased With Anti-Racism Resolution
We are proud to see that the resolution acknowledging and apologizing for Glendale’s racist history passed unanimously on Sept. 15.
The Coalition for an Anti-Racist Glendale brought together over 500 people to virtually support this resolution, which includes a commitment by the city to implement anti-racist policies and procedures.
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The proposed Verdugo Wash bike trail and linear park are a step closer to reality after the Glendale City Council this week showed enthusiasm for the idea and approved opening a bidding process for a design firm to help determine its feasibility.
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This year’s budget allocates $250,000 in Measure S sales tax money to fund the visioning study, which will solicit input about the proposal from community members and identify cost estimates and potential issues to navigate. The trail would begin in Crescenta Highlands and follow the natural Verdugo Wash along 17 other Glendale neighborhoods all the way to where it meets the Los Angeles River, which itself has a bike and pedestrian trail.
“It’s a great opportunity for us to be able to connect to several neighborhoods, several communities and offer another mode of transportation,” said Bradley Calvert, assistant director of community development, at Tuesday’s council meeting.