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  • Letter: Public input was kept out of IKEA deal

    To nobody's surprise, the Burbank City Council approved the new IKEA project and agreed to nearly all of the concessions that IKEA requested. The entire approval process was a virtual sham that was not publicized, did not actively solicit public comments, and lacked any transparency because the Planning Board was following in step with the IKEA allies who prepared the environmental impact report and traffic study, both of which stifled and dismissed any public criticism of the project. The actual approval of the project was a mere formality. It was really a done deal months ago.
  • Burb's Eye View: Raising funds in memory of a fallen officer

    Burb's Eye View: Raising funds in memory of a fallen officer
    The bocce tournament was well underway when retired LAPD detective Michael Pavelka turned toward the hill to orient himself. Standing next to the clubhouse at Lakeside Golf Club, he looked out past the clubhouse gate and past Warner Bros. He craned...

    Mountain lion sighting reported in Burbank hills

    A mountain lion sighting was reported Tuesday evening in Burbank’s hillside area, police said. A security guard reported seeing the mountain lion about 8 p.m. near the 3000 block of Wedgewood Lane, said Burbank Police Sgt. Darin Ryburn. The...

    Hiker escorted down Stough Canyon trail after report of mountain lion

    Hiker escorted down Stough Canyon trail after report of mountain lion
    Police escorted a hiker down a Stough Canyon hiking trail Thursday in Burbank after the woman reported a mountain lion was following her, police said. Shortly after noon, the woman called authorities claiming that she saw, and was being followed by, a...

    Leader Editorial: Lawsuits could result from changing plan

    Although a majority of the Burbank City Council earlier this month passed the housing element of its general plan as required by law, it is in limbo — at least temporarily. The Jan. 7 vote was 3-1. Vice Mayor Dave Gordon was the sole dissenting...