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April 4, 2017 — Local Elections

City of GlendaleCandidate for City Council

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Vrej Agajanian

Professional engineer and CEO of two TV stations.
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Traffic and pedestrian safety.
  • Cutting red tape for small businesses.
  • Eliminating senior veteran and youth homelessness.



State of California P.E., California Certified Professional Engineer (current)


My name is Vrej Agajanian and I am a board member for the Glendale Police Foundation. I am a member, and past board member, of Glendale Kiwanis Club for the past 10 years.

I have been a California certified engineer for 35 years, serving as project engineer for the San Diego Naval Medical Center during my tenure with Syska Hennessy Group. I continue my scientific projects as the current president of the Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America.  

I am the President and CEO of two television stations operating in Glendale, and for the past 18 years,I have been the host and commentator of my nightly news program, concentrating on Glendale, California and U.S social and political issues. A platform I have utilized to inform the public on current events and community issues. For my efforts, I was ranked as the 2nd most influential community member by the Glendale News Press.

As a professional engineer, I intend to bring evidence-based solutions to our traffic, environmental, and infrastructure policies.

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