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Friday, June 28 2019

Commemorating Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day isn’t a priceless event, at least not yet for Glendale Community College.

State Sen. Anthony Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintridge) is trying to change that, however.

Portantino authored Senate Bill 568, which would allow Glendale Community College to observe April 24 without costing the institution in state funding.

Thursday, June 27 2019

PanARMENIAN.Net - SB 568, authored by California State Senator Anthony J. Portantino (D–La Cañada Flintridge) passed the Assembly Higher Education Committee on Wednesday, June 26. Glendale Community College’s Superintendent and President David Viar flew to Sacramento to offer testimony in support of the bill. SB 568 would help the college offset revenue losses associated with closing on April 24.

This date is important worldwide to the Armenian Community as it commemorates the Armenian Genocide.

Wednesday, June 26 2019

SACRAMENTO–California State Senate bill 568, authored by Senator Anthony J. Portantino passed the Assembly Higher Education Committee on Tuesday. Glendale Community College’s Superintendent and President David Viar flew to Sacramento to offer testimony in support of the bill. SB 568 would help the college offset revenue losses associated with closing on April 24. This date is important worldwide to the Armenian Community as it commemorates the Armenian Genocide.

Tuesday, June 25 2019

Thanks to approved budget requests from Pasadena-area Senator Anthony J. Portantino the 2019-2020 State Budget now includes $3.5 million for the Arroyo Seco Watershed Restoration Project from Prop 68.

And while its name means “Dry Gulch,’ or “Dry River Bed,” depending on who you talk to, the gulch is home to a waterway that spans eight miles through the western portion of the City of Pasadena.

Monday, June 24 2019

Thanks to approved budget requests from Pasadena-area Senator Anthony J. Portantino the 2019-2020 State Budget now includes $3.5 million for the Arroyo Seco Watershed Restoration Project from Prop 68.

And while its name means “Dry Gulch,’ or “Dry River Bed,” depending on who you talk to, the gulch is home to a waterway that spans eight miles through the western portion of the City of Pasadena.