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  • Great News! We spoke and our legislators listened.

    Great News! We spoke and our legislators listened.

    Recently, I wrote an article about my opposition to Senate Bill 1298 which, if passed, would allow stormwater management costs to be added to property tax assessments without a citizen vote. SB 1298 was deeply flawed from a Constitutional and legal standpoint. It aimed to create a loophole in Prop 218, the “Right to …
  • Citizen Alert: Stormwater Fees that could impact your property tax bill

    Citizen Alert: Stormwater Fees that could impact your property tax bill

    Senate Bill 1298, called “Local Government: Fees and Charges,” is proposed legislation moving rapidly through the CA State Assembly and Senate in Sacramento. It aims to create a loophole in Prop 218 so that stormwater assessments can be added to property taxes without being placed on the election day ballot. It could …
  • WATER WATCH: City Council Opposes Proposed State Stormwater Bill SB1298

    WATER WATCH: City Council Opposes Proposed State Stormwater Bill SB1298

    Reprinted with permission from Glendora City News Article and photo by: Aaron Castrejon Glendora City leaders expressed concern July 12, 2016 over a proposed state senate bill aimed at giving local governments power to set water rates and finance storm water projects. The council voted 4-0, with Council member Mendel Thompson absent, …
  • EOD Warrior Foundation

    EOD Warrior Foundation

    Four years ago, Staff Sgt Kenneth W. Bennett, 26, of Glendora, California, died in Afghanistan from injuries sustained when he encountered an improvised explosive device (IED) during combat operations. Kenneth, who joined the Army in 2004, was trained as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) specialist and was on his third deployment to …
  • Calling All Glendora Artists!

    Calling All Glendora Artists!

      Glendora’s Community Services Department is sponsoring a competition to design the logo for our city’s new urban trails system. The City of Glendora is currently planning an 11.3 mile network of walking trails, and the first phase is beginning. The “San Dimas Wash Urban Trail” will be part of a …
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Judy M. Nelson

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Glendora resident and current city council member

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