Next Glendale City Council Meeting is in Texas!
Hello Glendale Residents, did you want to attend the next Glendale City Council Meeting? Pack your bags and get ready to fly to Texas were you will have the opportunity to watch the March 7, 2016, at 4:30 PM the Sheraton Hotel Lobby, 400 North Olive St, Dallas, TX 75201.
Agenda includes viewing the Klyde Warren Park (2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Dallas, TX). This is similar to the park project over the 134 freeway that city council would like to build in Glendale. Can’t afford to fly to Texas on such a short notice? Call the city 818-550-4400 and see if they will be able to get you a ticket. I wonder who is paying for the entire council to travel to Texas?
Glendale City Charter states
Sec. 2. Council meetings.
The council shall hold regular meetings at such times as it shall fix by ordinance or resolution. If a regular meeting falls on a holiday such meeting shall be held on the next business day.
Special council meetings may be called at any time by the mayor, or by three (3) members of the council, acting in accordance with State law.
Any regular, adjourned regular, special, or adjourned special meeting may be adjourned to a time and place specified in the order of adjournment. Any adjourned regular meeting is a regular meeting for all purposes.
All council meetings shall be held in the council chamber of the City Hall, or in a place to which any meeting may be adjourned for the purpose of taking evidence or holding hearings. Final deliberation and actual voting by the council shall take place in the City Hall council chamber. Provided, however, if by reason of fire, flood, reconstruction, or other emergency it shall be unsafe to meet in the council chamber, the meetings shall be held for the duration of the reconstruction or emergency at a place designated by the mayor or by three (3) members of the council. (1982.)
2.04.030 Meetings—Where held.
Except as otherwise provided in the charter (see Charter, Art. VI, § 2), all meetings of the council shall be held in the city hall. The council, by resolution, shall designate the building to be known as the city hall. (Prior code § 2-4)