Sahuaro district Councilmember Gary Sherwood has made Valley reporters’ jobs easier through his reckless approach at disclosing his opinion on oftentimes-sensitive issues not yet discussed publicly by Glendale City Council.
In an email sent from his personal account recently provided anonymously to The Glendale Star, Sahuaro district city Councilmember Gary Sherwood may have violated the Arizona open meeting law by discussing executive session information outside of council chambers with a Glendale citizen.
Glendale officials announced five finalists today in its search for a new city manager: David Garcia, Craig Malin, Kevin Phelps, John Pombier and Susan Thorpe.
Former Glendale Fire Chief Mark Burdick announced Sept. 20 that he wants to represent the city of Glendale again, but this time he wants the top job.
Gary Sherwood might be winning the race for campaign contributions as his recall election nears, but the money being spent by an independent expenditure committee could be making up the difference.
Glendale has hired someone with a lot of know-how to serve as its new fire chief.
Ray Malnar has more endorsements than Councilmember Gary Sherwood, as they prepare for Glendale’s Nov. 3 recall election, but the incumbent has secured support from the fire union and the challenger has the votes of the police union.
Aspera, a new project in Glendale at 75th Avenue and Loop 101, is underway to impact Arizona as a whole.
Desert Labrador Retriever Rescue (DLRR) is a non-profit lab rescue group that is run strictly through volunteers. Through very dedicated volunteers, they are able to rescue, rehabilitate, and help displaced Labrador Retrievers find loving, life-long homes.