Government union workers demand better pay, pensions and benefits. Yet, the resources to pay for those demands come from homeowners, renters and merchants. Government workers have a Union to speak for them. But, who speaks for the citizens – the struggling homeowners, renters and merchants? Certainly not our elected officials […]
Articles written by: Mike Mohill
Mike Mohill is a 58 year resident of Glendale and a Vietnam veteran. He went to the schools of Glendale, graduated from California University at Los Angeles and had a successful career in industrial sales. Issues like the indigenous tree ordinance initially moved Mike from the comfort of his home to become a Community Advocate for the people. He has fought against water and electric rate increases, fees and taxes, bonds, traffic gridlock, over development and advocated for more open space for soccer fields and other recreational activities. He continues to fight the excessive salary and pensions of our city work force. Mike ran for Glendale City Council in 2011 and 2013 with an agenda to improve the Quality of Life for the whole city of Glendale.. www.MikeMohill.com
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