Politics

Rep. Schiff Floor Speech in Support of Relief Package for American Workers, Families and Small Businesses

Burbank Congressman spoke before passage of recovery bill by House

Rep. Schiff Statement in Support of Relief Package for American Workers, Families and Small Businesses

$2 Trillion Package Includes Expanded Unemployment Benefits for Freelance, Gig, and Contract Workers in Entertainment and Other Industries

Schiff Introduces Legislation to Address Shortage of Affordable Housing Options

“The City of Burbank supports Congressman Schiff’s Affordable and Homeless Housing Incentives Act, that provides opportunities for cities and non-profits to compete for potential affordable housing building sites"

myBurbank’s Position on Measure I: VOTE YES

Greg Simay spells out myBurbank's YES position on Measure I, the upcoming Parcel Tax for Burbank Schools. The time is NOW for action

myBurbank Does a Complete Breakdown of Measure I

myBurbank Analyst, Greg Simay, presents both sides of the upcoming ballot measure and separates fact from fantasy.

Rep. Adam Schiff Sworn into 116th Congress for Tenth Term

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) was sworn into Congress for his tenth term

Voters Approve Measure P, Measure QS Fails by Less Than 5 Percent

Burbank voters approve sales tax hike to help City, school measure falls just short of two-thirds mark

myBurbank Recommends ‘YES’ Vote on Both Measures P & QS

Raising the parcel tax and sales tax and never great solutions but in this case the need is immediate and solutions are needed

Measure QS – A Complete Breakdown of the Measure for the Burbank Voter

Burbank's Board of Education hopes voters will approve Measure QS, which would levy a qualified special tax on each parcel of taxable real property

Measure P – A Complete Breakdown of the Measure for the Burbank Voter

Measure P (City Ordinance No. 18-3,904,) which would add 0.75% (¾%) to the local sales tax rate

myBurbank to Break Down Measures P and QS This Week

myBurbank will be breaking down both Measure QS, the school parcel tax and Measure P, the City's request to raise the sales tax (0.75%)

Vote For Measure V and Measure Y

Local governments should make voting as convenient as possible