L.A. County Health, which governs Burbank will allow: On-site learning for grades 7-12, dining, movie theaters, gyms, museums and zoos
Small businesses impacted by COVID 19, can apply for Small Business Assistance loans between$10,000to$20,000
Court ruling on Monday requires the restaurant to close and not open without a County Health Permit and a City Conditional Use Permit.
The Burbank City Council met virtually on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 and opened the meeting in adjournment of retired Burbank Fire Captain, Guy Thompson, who served the Burbank Fire Department for 33 years. Mayor Bob Frutos proceeded with some announcements to the public including an online community workshop for the Burbank Housing Element hosted by the Community Development Department on February 27th from 11:00am-12:30pm.
City files suit to have Tinhorn Flats shut down. Asks for injunction to have electricity cut and doors padlocked along with paying all court costs
Schultz Named to Southern California Association of Governments’ Community, Economic and Human Development Committee
The role of the CEHD Committee is to study problems, programs and other matters, which pertain to the regional issues of community, economic and human development and growth
Once a thriving business, now a dinosaur. Developer already has filed plans for the property for a mixed use development
With Tinhorn Flats remaining open after Burbank revokes their permit, Council votes to file civil action to force closure
The Burbank City Council held a meeting virtually on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 and started the meeting with the adjournment of Tom LaBonge who passed away on January 7, 2021. LaBonge served the City of Los Angeles for 40 years and was an LA City Councilmember for the 4th District from 2001 to 2015.
On Monday, February 22, 2021 the Burbank City Council held a four and a half hour long public hearing in consideration to revoke, suspend, or modify the Conditional Use Permit for Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill located at 2623 W Magnolia Blvd. Staff recommended to adopt a resolution to revoke the permit for violating the conditions of approvals numbers 31 and 32, violating the Burbank Municipal Code, and creating a public nuisance.