Letter to the Editor: Resident Throws Support Behind Takahashi

Since the beginning of this year, Tamala hold a “Freeway Side Chat” at IKEA, once a week

Letter to the Editor: Bessin Supporter Spells Out Reasons for Support

"...Bessin brings a plan to work toward the solving issues that won’t happen overnight"

Letter to the Editor: Burbank Human Relations Council Stands in Solidarity with Armenia

"The Burbank Human Relations Council stands in solidarity with our Armenian friends and neighbors. Together we stand for human rights, freedom and democracy"

Letter to the Editor: Resident Supports Council Candidate

"Tammy has demonstrated consistent and committed leadership for many years and in many contexts"

Letter to the Editor: Support for Council Candidate

"She would make a great addition to the council because she is not backed by any corporate interest or developers"

Letter to the Editor: Council Candidate Appeals to Voters

"The impacts of this pandemic on our businesses have been unprecedented, which calls for us to mount an unprecedented response"

Letter to the Editor: Resident Supports Takahashi for Council

"...she was already proving her commitment to the families of Burbank."

Letter to the Editor: Parent Supports School Board Incumbents

"I think our current board has done a fantastic job under the circumstances"

Letter to the Editor: Burbank Businessman Requests NO Vote on Proposition 15

"What I don’t understand is why local school advocates would support Prop 15 because what it guarantees is so little in new funding to the BUSD as to be ridiculous."

Letter to the Editor: Voter Backs Takahashi for Council Seat

A few years ago I had the pleasure of meeting Tamala Takahashi as we were both new members of the Burbank Board of Library Trustees

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Rick’s Sports Corner: Burbank’s Dylan Kramer, Extremely Patient

Without a great deal of experience, the senior had a season to remember.

It’s Kitten Tsunami Season at the Burbank Animal Shelter, Fosters Needed ASAP!

A kitten tsunami is sweeping through Burbank. This year is turning into the busiest "Kitten Season" ever at the Burbank Animal Shelter.  As of today, the Kitten Foster Program has fostered over 170 kittens.  Normally they don't reach that number until the end of July! The Kitten Foster Program is bursting at the seams and they need your help!

BHRC Invites the Public for Community Field Trip to Cesar Chavez National Monument

The Burbank Human Relations Council is sponsoring a field trip for Burbank leaders, community members and families to the Cesar Chavez National Monument in Keene, California on Saturday, June 10th. The chartered bus will depart from the Olive Park parking lot north of the Josalyn Center off North Griffith Park Drive between Olive and Clark Streets at 8am, arriving back in Burbank at 4pm.