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Letter: Councilman Looks for Better Communication Routes to Public

Councilman Will Rogers is looking for best lines of communications to keep public informed and involved on Airport and other City Issues.

Will Rogers Thanks Voters for City Council Seat Win

Councilman-Elect thanks voters and sets direction

Former Candidate Throws Support to Aghakhanian

Tangkhpanya thanks voters and throws support behind Armond Aghakhanian

LETTER: Burbank Association of Realtors Endorse Candidates

Burbank Association of Realtors endorse candidates for both City Council and School Board

Letter: Attend Airport Commission Meeting

Rogers discusses upcoming airport issue

Holiday Message from Councilman Bob Frutos

As we begin this holiday season, I have been reflecting on the things I am most grateful for; family, friends and good neighbors.I am thankful...

Reader Has Some Advice for Mayor Gordon

At two recent council meetings (April 22 and May 13) I used the "public comment" podium to run three videos refuting Mayor David Gordon's...

Reader Weighs In On Next Burbank Mayor

On Thursday Burbank's city council undergoes its annual "reorganization," the five choosing from among themselves one to serve as Mayor.One local contingent argues the...

Reader Shares Good Side of Burbank’s Youth

Reader tells how local youth came to her aid after a fall in Verdugo Park in Burbank

Reader Wants Public to Get Involved in Airport Decisions

A little more that a year from now, I expect screams of outrage may roll through Burbank.   It will ignite area politics, enrage residents,...

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Senator Portantino Honors Mary Alvord as 2023 Woman of the Year for the 25th...

Each year, members of the State Legislature recognize exceptional women in their district with a celebration commemorating their efforts.

Special Burbank School Board Meeting Gets Quite Emotional

School board meeting takes more than four hours, and it gets heated.

Op/Ed: Why are BWP Electric Rates Going Up? An Expert Explains

Learn how changes in energy prices are contributing to the 8.5% (Fiscal Year 23/24) and 8% (Fiscal Year 24/25) increase in electric rates.