Glendale bonds on ballot

By Josiah Stuart | Glendale Star

In November, the city of Glendale will ask voters to approve four bonds for more than $180 million.

If approved, the bonds could raise property taxes—though the exact amount is to be determined.

Assistant City Manager Vicki Rios and the Budget and Finance Director Lisette Camacho gave a Sept. 17 presentation during a virtual meeting of the Community Development Advisory Committee on four bond questions that will be on the ballot.

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