Rizzotti Announces Intent to Run for Burbank Council Seat

By On March 27, 2014

Chris Rizzotti

Chris Rizzotti

Lifelong Burbank Resident Chris Rizzotti has announced his intention to run for the Burbank City Council. The primary election, to be held early in 2015, will see candidates vie for two open seats.

Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy and Councilman Gary Bric will both be up for re-election, with neither having made an official announcement about their intent to run again.

 

Here is the Rizzotti announcement, along with information that he included:

It is with great excitement I announce that I will be a candidate in the next election for Burbank City Council. I have lived in the City of Burbank my entire life and built a strong business in this city that I love. With a strong desire to serve, as I now do on the Planning Board, I would consider it an honor to represent the citizens of Burbank as a City Councilmember. Nobody will work longer or harder than me to insure that our City remains the standard that other Cities aspire to.

I will lead with emphasis on positive involvement between our citizens, our elected and our City staff. Working together, with all being vested, will have the highest and greatest impact on the whole.

Broker & Owner- Rizzotti Real Estate

–         2013 Named Burbank Association Realtor of the Year

–         2013 President, Burbank Association of Realtors Community Service Foundation.

–         2013 Core Team Measure S Campaign for Burbank Schools

–         2013 City of Burbank Planning Board

–         2012 President, Burbank Association of Realtors

–         2012 Director, California Association of Realtors

–         2011 Vice-President, Burbank Association of Realtors.

–         2011 Director, California Association of Realtors

–         2009 Graduate- Leadership Burbank

Served on numerous Boards & Committees throughout the years

-Burbank Bike Angels

-Burbank Police Foundation Hoof & Woof Committee

-Burbank YMCA

-Family Promise

-Burbank Airport Study Group

-Burbank Young Life

-The Animal Protectorates