This is part three of a series on the issue of pet stores selling puppies in Burbank, whether the city should prevent sales of puppies in Burbank, and a greater issue of animal abuse through the distribution of puppies produced in “puppy mills.”
Forbes will begin her duties as CDD Director on Saturday, January 19, 2013 and replaces Greg Herrmann who retired in December, 2012
Rafi Manoukian takes over as President while Commissioner Susan Georgino of Burbank Chosen as Vice President; Commissioner Steve Madison of Pasadena Named Secretary; Pasadena Appoints New Commissioner Jacque Robinson
Airport Authority wants firm to also Includes Planning for Potential Land Uses Near Bob Hope Airport Airport
SECOND IN A SERIES - Animal right groups, such as Burbank CROPS, do not want to shut down pet stores, as Shelly Rizzotti, Burbank CROPS member explains, they simply want to prevent pet stores from selling or distributing commercially bred “puppy mill” dogs.
Float will be visible until Monday when it is then hauled back to its barn for decommissioning and will standby until it is rebuilt for the 2014 parade
This Christmas, Burbank's Veterans Committee addressed and mailed 500 Christmas packages to our deployed Warriors who wanted to now thank everyone involved
Cause to benefit veteran men and women and their families. Bring your new, or clean and “gently worn” coat donations to any of the Burbank lobby locations January 14 through January 18
Power goes out about 12:45 am in area of Monterey to Chandler and from Myers to Victory. Crews get the lights back on within three hours.
Christmas tree drop-off locations include Izay, Foy, and McCambridge Parks. Verdugo Park is not being used this year due to construction.
Congratulations to the Burbank Tournament of Roses Association who once again has delivered Burbank an award winning float
Krakowski will end 32 years of public service with his retirement. Fire Marshal Tom Lenahan will serve as the acting Fire Chief during the search for a permanent replacement
On October 16th members of the community, animal rescue organizations, and local pet store owners gathered at the Burbank City Council meeting to weigh in on the highly emotional issue of the sale of dogs and cats in Burbank, with a focus on commercially bred animals sourced from “puppy mills.”