An expert explains: As a not-for-profit utility, we ensure that customers are protected from rate shock due to energy and natural gas price increases.
This is not the first time the Police Commission has asked the Council what to do but it should be the last time
"One of the facts that surprises people when I talk about our water supply is that Burbank has no water rights."
Burbank elected leaders asked the citizens to approve Measure P. After already raising over $89 million, promises have not been kept to our first responders
The Energy Cost Adjustment Charge (ECAC) charge has recently appeared as a line item on BWP customer bills, leaving many customers wondering if it is driving up their electric bills
It is time for the City Council to join the School Board and end the virtual meetings instead of voting to continue them
Some Boards and Commissions meeting are not recorded and often operate in obscurity. It is also time to ask for yearly reports of what they have accomplished
Our current school district's fiscal woes are not due to the district's lack of frugality
ED NOTE: John Savageau joins the staff on BurbankNBeyond with his look at how one Burbank neighborhood spent their evening Monday...
16-year-old Burbank resident Micah Homoyounian is battling a rare chronic kidney disease and is in search of a donor.