Politics

Burbank Faces Large Budget Cuts Following Rising Deficit

Closing two fire stations, laying off nine police officers and closing parks are among considerations

Portantino Winds Up Strong Freshmen Year

Burbank State Senator Portantino’s First Senate Session Ends With Legislative Successes As Seven Bills Head to Governor’s Desk

Rogers Voted in as Mayor, Gabel-Luddy New Vice Mayor

Ceremony held annually on May 1 also featured the swearing in of first time Council Member Sharon Springer

Rep. Schiff Announces Annual 2017 Student Art Competition

The winner from each Congressional District has their work displayed in the U.S. Capitol for one year

Bill Sets to Start Middle and High School’s at 8:30 am

Bill requires middle schools and high schools to start the school day no earlier than 8:30 a.m.

Congressman Schiff Announces 2016 Women of the Year

Rep. Schiff looks to recognize women who — through their work or volunteerism — have improved the quality of life for our community

Frutos, Springer Elected to City Council

Official Results have been announced by the Burbank City Clerk

Four Council Candidates Will Move on to General Election

Incumbents Frutos and Gordon will go against newcomers Springer and Guillen for two remaining seats on April 11

City Clerk’s Office Still Working for Final Vote Count

Talamantes and Frutos currently above 50% threshold for re-election. Ballot count will not be done until Friday

Burbank Police Officers’ Association Endorses Frutos

The Burbank Police Officers’ Association recently endorsed City Councilmember Bob Frutos for re-election

Adam Schiff’s Statement on Russian Hacking Report

Ranking Member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence who represents Burbank, releases statement

Schiff Endorses Frutos in Re-election Bid

Congressman Adam Schiff Endorses Bob Frutos in his campaign for re-election to Burbank City Council in the February 28, 2017 Election