Jennifer Becker was selected during a nationwide search and has been serving as the Department’s Interim Director since November
A commitment of $375,475 in Community Development Block Grant will be used to provide emergency rent assistance and utility payments to low-income renters
The City of Burbank Parks and Recreation Department and dogs from around the city rejoice in the selection
Part 1 in a series of stories about what has come from the 10-year plan adopted by the City Council a decade ago - today's theme: Transportation
“In reality, we don’t have the ability to affect immediate change and force Tin Horn Flats to close,” said Amy Albano, Burbank City Attorney. “This is why we are going back to Court.”
City gives timeline of actions while Tinhorn Flats deifies court order.
The Burbank City Council opened up their virtual City Council meeting on March 16, 2021 with the adjournment of Pete Roses who passed away in January of 2021. Roses coached football and basketball at numerous schools, worked as a one-on-one aid in Burbank middle schools, high school, and the Burbank Adult School, and was also a campus security guard for Burbank High School.
After having their power cut off by the City of Burbank Saturday, the restaurant still remained opened forcing the City back to court Tuesday
Court orders that Burbank can cut electricity to Tinhorn Flats after giving 24-hour notice, not permitted to padlock their doors
Life Scout, Richie Collins, organized a coyote awareness campaign for his Eagle Scout Project in order to help assist the Burbank Animal Shelter in educating the public on the growing coyote issue arising in Burbank. The campaign consisted of the distribution of over a thousand copies of the Burbank Police Department’s Community Bulletin on Coyote Awareness.