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Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Tamala Takahashi
Nikki Perez for City Council
UMe Schools
Zizette Mullins for City Council

Burbank Enters Red Tier on Monday – Restaurants Allowed to Offer Inside Dining

L.A. County Health, which governs Burbank will allow: On-site learning for grades 7-12, dining, movie theaters, gyms, museums and zoos

Public Health Adding Additional Safety Modifications

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Targeted Safer at Home Order Comes After 5-Day Average of New Cases is 4,751

County Health Sends Tinhorn Flats Cease and Desist of Violations of Public Health Orders...

Councilmember Nick Schultz shared on his Twitter feed a letter that was personally delivered to Tinhorn Flats this week

Burbank Aligns Itself in Following Updated County Health Order on Masks and Entry into...

Starting today, the County has updated the guidelines for masking and pre-entry vaccination verification or recent negative test verification for patrons and employees

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Burbank City Council Candidate Profile: Zizette Mullins

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Zizette Mullins, the city clerk of Burbank, discusses the path to her current role with the city as she makes a run for a Burbank City Council position.

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Duke

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Meet Duke, a two year old German Shepherd/Mastiff mix. He is a very sweet boy and LOVES attention, but is still in need of some training. Duke is a very strong pup and doesn't realize his size. The Burbank animal shelter thinks he should be fine with experienced kids.  Duke spent time in a foster home where he adored his foster dad and his daughter. His foster family said he was smart, affectionate, loving and loyal. They also said he was housebroken, knows basic commands, and did great on the leash!

Burbank City Council Candidate Profile: Carmenita Helligar

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Carmenita Helligar shares information about her creative endeavors and involvement in local activism as she runs for a spot on the Burbank City Council.