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  • Center makes Rogers new board chairman

    The Burbank Temporary Aid Center has named Will Rogers, former political columnist for The Burbank Leader, as the new chairman of the nonprofit's Board of Directors. The now actor and freelance writer said he has "big shoes to fill" in the wake of...
  • Business not going with the flow, yet

    Less than half of all business owners in Burbank have installed water-saving fixtures in advance of the Nov. 1 deadline that will mark the beginning of a 25% surcharge on water bills for delinquent customers, officials said. Enacted as part of the new...
  • Neighborly effort

    Neighbors and law enforcement gathered at 18 block parties to help Burbank "strike out crime" on Tuesday evening for National Night Out. At the city-sponsored block party at Keystone Street along the Chandler Bikeway, neighbors enjoyed snow cones...
  • Council votes 'no' on gym proposal

    CITY HALL — Fresh off of approving a new comedy club and 24 Hour Fitness, Burbank officials have pushed back against proposed changes to the downtown shopping district, rebuffing a request to build a Gold's Gym and possibly more restaurants into the...
  • Businesses try to build bridges

    Businesses try to build bridges
    MEDIA DISTRICT — Happy hour at Sardo's Grill and Lounge hasn't been as chipper since state officials closed the Pass Avenue bridge as part of the $47-million Hollywood Way onramp project. "For nine months now you could walk in at 6 o'clock and...
  • Contentious proposal on table

    CITY HALL — The City Council on Tuesday is slated to consider a $67,000 offer from Westwind Properties to buy public property and create a "campus-like" atmosphere for prospective businesses. The controversial request, which has drawn the ire of...
  • Real estate broker has his own view of drones

    Real estate broker has his own view of drones
    An area businessman is looking to change the perception of unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly called drones, starting with businesses in the La Crescenta area. Phil Coombes, a real estate broker from Pasadena, spoke at the Crescenta Valley Chamber of...
  • Glendale Building and Safety Department wins state honor

    Glendale Building and Safety Department wins state honor
    Glendale's Building and Safety Department was recently named the best in the state at the California Building Official's Annual Business Meeting. The group said the department deserved the recognition because of several initiatives, including the Back...
  • Split vote stalls action on new signboard rules in La Cañada

    After a lively debate late Tuesday on whether the city's sign ordinance should be tweaked to allow two Foothill Boulevard private schools to install electronic message boards, the La Cañada Flintridge Planning Commission remained evenly split 2-2, leading...
  • Menu change in Montrose: Louisiana fare to replace Three Drunken Goats

    Menu change in Montrose: Louisiana fare to replace Three Drunken Goats
    With some businesses moving on and others moving in, Montrose’s main business district is getting a makeover this summer. A few weeks ago, Three Drunken Goats, a tapas and wine bar, closed its doors, surprising neighboring businesses and Honolulu...
  • La Cañada businesses invited to make connections

    A new networking and marketing workshop for area businesses, “Let’s Connect LCF!” will be held at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 24 at the La Cañada Flintridge Library, 4545 Oakwood Ave. Cost to attend is $5; no reservations are required....
  • Glendale City Council approves economic development nonprofit

    Glendale City Council approves economic development nonprofit
    The City Council approved creating a nonprofit corporation that, according to a city report, may “become a central hub for business activity in the future” at a Tuesday meeting. The nonprofit corporation, which may cost an estimated $5,000 to...