Besides celebrating the Burbank Fire Department’s Centennial, there were other reasons to be at the main fire station this past Saturday
Eight percent of eligible voters elected a Councilman and just over 6% approved a $110 million bind issue to raise taxes.
Since Burbank has taken on the national issue of Puppy Mills – maybe outlawing world violence can’t be far behind – get staff on it immediately
The only difference between the two cities is that it has not happened here – yet
After three Townhall Meetings in three nights in different parts of the City, not more then 200 people showed up total
Governor Brown came to Burbank with the sole intention to use a school and it’s staff as a backdrop to talk about his own ballot issues.
With a developer looking to put multiple units on the old G.M. property on Riverside Drive, Rancho residents are once again rising to draw a line in the sand.
BurbankNBeyond 2.0 is finally a done deal and on the web. Read the story behind it and the future ahead.
Some events are more important than others and some are more national than local, yet they all still leave an effect on those involved.
Can hard work and a genuine approach to customers improve business? Or are gimmicks a driving force of this bad economy?
City Releases Merit Pay Amounts…
When I got the email that the merit pay amounts for Burbank City Employees was ready to be picked up from the City Attorney’s
I have to admit that I am astonished with this one. I guess that since I did grow up here in Burbank, that I am naiveté to what politics really…