Reps. Adam Schiff and Brad Sherman reintroduced the Valley-Wide Noise Relief Act to allow Bob Hope and Van Nuys Airports to adopt curfews and minimize airport noise
Adam Schiff announced that Joshua Dominic Macapagal’s piece “The other side of cool” had won first place and will be included in the nationwide Congressional Arts Competition
Bill to help local governments create dog parks for their residents passed the Assembly Floor with a bipartisan vote of 75-0
Offices on Magnoiia Blvd. will give party a home, and serve as a resource for candidates and volunteers.
Schiff issued the following statement in response to allegations that the IRS has engaged in the targeted scrutiny of certain tax-exempt 501(c)4 social welfare groups
“Assemblyman Gatto’s bill provides greater certainty that Burbank’s potential future investment in a dog park will not come back to bite us.” – Councilman Jess Talamantes
After 20 years of serving the citizens of Burbank, Dave Golonski makes a graceful exit and after seven years of waiting, Dr. David Gordon is selected Vice Mayor
Reportedly, the USPS Plans to Close Location on San Fernando Blvd. Within the Next Few Months
The elimination of air traffic controllers across the nation, including at LAX and Burbank, was beginning to cause flight disruptions and delays, and impacting commerce in a way that would further injure our economy.
Sylvia Sutton was honored by Congressman Adam Schiff as Burbank’s Woman of the Year
Swatting is a perilous prank by anonymous mischief-makers who alert police to a bogus crime situation, prompting a tactical response
Following his victory in the Burbank City Council elections, myBurbank caught up with Councilman David Gordon at the Burbank City Hall. Never soft-spoken, Councilman Gordon was very candid and direct with his priorities, and for establishing his vision for Burbank.