Roland Kedikian

Roland Kedikian has been a practicingbankruptcy attorney since 1997 focusing exclusively in bankruptcy law. He provides debt relief services to individuals and businesses experiencing financial hardship. With offices in Glendale and Arcadia, he serves the southern California communities and cities within the San Fernando and San Gabriel valley regions.

Prior to transitioning into law, Roland worked at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory as an engineer where he helped develop vibration suppression methodology for use on satellite systems. Roland subsequently transitioned into law where he obtained certification as a patent attorney.

Roland received his bachelors of science in aerospace engineering in 1993 from Cal Poly Pomona and his JD from Southwestern University School of Law in 1997.

Climate: some like it HOT!

Rob Haw will be presenting on the climate crisis at the Glendale Central Library at 2pm on Saturday, May 5. Rob leads the Pasadena-Foothills chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL) which advocates for carbon pricing to change incentives and reduce emissions. CCL’s preferred approach is to couple a carbon tax on polluters with broad based dividends to ease the burden on middle and low income families. Please come and hear

Glendale, DGA Install Street Smart Decals

The City of Glendale and the Downtown Glendale Association (DGA) recently installed close to 60 street decals to encourage pedestrian safety. The initiative, as part of the larger “Be Street Smart Glendale” campaign, reminds pedestrians to make eye contact with drivers before crossing the street, to not send text messages while walking, to cross safely at street corners, and to wait for the walk signal before crossing. The DGA has

Glendale Water & Power Ranks 5th In The Country For Its Battery Energy Storage Project

Glendale Water & Power (GWP) has been named as one of a select group of utilities with the most storage to the grid in 2017, earning it a spot on the annual Top 10 utility industry lists compiled by the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA). In survey results released April 25, GWP ranked No. 5 on the Utility Energy Storage List for “Most New Storage Megawatts”, with its 2 megawatts