Politics

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

OPINION: Vote “YES” On Measure T

The City budget that supports police, fire, parks, libraries and streets has been facing a $30.5 million shortfall, with catastrophic reductions in service

Burbank High Political Science Club Hosts U.S. Senate Candidate

U.S. Senate Candidate Pat Harris spoke to a crowd of four hundred people this past Thursday in Burbank High’s Wolfson Auditorium

Burbank Chamber of Commerce Hosts State of the City

On Wednesday, October 25th, the Burbank Chamber of Commerce hosted the State of the City, which discussed recent city accomplishments and Burbank's bright future.

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