Our current school district's fiscal woes are not due to the district's lack of frugality
As this year comes to a conclusion, I would like to wish everyone happiness and good health in the new year
The City needs to aggressively pursue low-income housing development if it hopes to come close to achieving its low-income Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) goals
As of the close of business on June 30, 2019, Tony’s Bella Vista has closed its doors for good.
"Let us remember those who are less fortunate and reach out to help someone in need."
Nobody likes taxes, but everyone knows that having quality schools ensures a quality community
Many audience members who wanted to listen to the candidates were so upset by the rude and obnoxious behavior they left the forum frustrated by the lack of decorum
I am Voting NO on Measure QS, as are many other Parents, Property Owners & Measure S Supporters
As a property owner in Burbank, my property value benefits from outstanding schools and city services
This $20M Measure is 2x what the City actually needs to balance future Budget deficits
The schools in Burbank are incredible with the most wonderful teachers and counselors and I want to keep it that way!
One of the things that makes Burbank such a great city and a wonderful community is the public school system