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BRIEFLY BUDGET BOOKLET AVAILABLE NOW.

GLENDALE - The city is making available free copies of the 2001-2002 budget summary to help residents understand how it spends public money.

The 61-page booklet has a breakdown of expenses by department.

``It simplifies the city's budget and puts it really in layman's terms and gives the public an idea of where the money goes,'' said city spokesman Ritch Wells.

The booklets are available on the second floor of City Hall, 613 E. Broadway, or by calling Deputy City Manager Yasmin Kamria at (818) 548-4844.

- Daily News

Post-terror bias subject of panel

GLENDALE - The Glendale Human Relations Commission is sponsoring panel discussion at 7 p.m. Jan. 17 on ethnic discrimination in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

The panel will consist of Robin Toma, executive director of the Los Angles County Human Relations Commission; Edina Lekovic, a representative from the Muslim Affairs Council; Michel Shehadeh, president of the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee; and Nirinjan Khalsa, Sikh Dharma of the San Fernando Valley Interfaith Council.

The event will be held at Fire Station 21, 421 Oak St. Parking is available in the Glendale Galleria parking structure.

- Daily News
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