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World NowGreek political leaders reached an agreement Thursday on more austerity cuts in order to qualify for a second international bailout. The agreement came after weeks of tortuous talks and will help avert a potential sovereign default next month....
Change of SubjectSince many of my more conservative readers tip their caps to the Economist, let's look at that publication's response to Mitt Romney's reent op-ed in the Detroit News reiterating his criticism of the auto industry bailout. Here's Romney: My view......
A division of the nonprofit National Golf Foundation is on tap to assist Burbank officials as they work to turn the struggling DeBell Golf Club around. The golf subcommittee, which was formed to review the financials of the city-owned DeBell course...
In an effort to make oversight of the troubled DeBell Golf Club as transparent as possible, the City Council will schedule a special study session to discuss recently enacted reform measures. Councilman Dave Golonski on Tuesday lobbied for the meeting,...
Mike Pafford has a vested interest in ensuring that the struggling DeBell Golf Club gets back on solid ground. He’s played at the course since he was 11 years old. After pulling together some promotional ideas with fellow golfers, he was among...
In voting to hold off on going straight to a well-known nonprofit to help right the wayward ship of the DeBell Golf Club, the City Council encountered the lingering impact of public distrust. In recent years, the city-owned golf course has been running...
Burbank City Council members Thursday delayed a vote to hire a nonprofit golf organization to help turn around the financial fortunes of the debt-ridden DeBell Golf Club, agreeing instead to consider other options. City officials had recommended to...
Those interested in turning around the DeBell Golf Course have until Friday to submit their qualifications as the city prepares to bring in an outside consultant for the job. Consulting firms interested in the job must submit a proposal outlining their...
Before advertising executive Leo-Arthur Kelmenson could ignite the media blitz in 1979 that helped rescue Chrysler Corp. from bankruptcy, he had to persuade the auto company's president to serve as pitchman. Lee Iacocca's response was as blunt as the ads...
City Hall critics take note: The opportunity may soon arise to pepper Mayor Jess Talamantes and Councilman Dave Golonksi with golf balls. But it will cost you. Although the details are still being worked out, the committee charged with helping to turn...
City Council members this week decided to hire the National Golf Foundation to help resuscitate the struggling DeBell Golf Club, saying the nonprofit consultant was best suited for the job. The roughly $24,500 contract with the foundation’s...
Tags: Clubs and Associations, Golf
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