Story | Nov 18, 2014 | 3:06 PM
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Story | Dec 19, 2014 | 4:12 PMIf Burbank residents are outraged regarding City Council’s approval of the massive (and intrusive) Talaria project in the Media District, the upcoming municipal election is the appropriate time to express displeasure by ensuring that Councilwoman Emily Gabel-Luddy is defeated in her bid for a second term. Gabel-Luddy in allegiance with council members Gary Bric, Bob Frutos and Jess Talamantes gave the go-ahead to Talaria, an oversized project to be built close to where Olive and Alameda avenues meet. Nearby residents will endure months of construction noise and dirt, and the already congested arterials will be torn up by heavy vehicles lumbering up and down those roadways. In the end residents will have several hundred more neighbors and a Whole Foods Market creating even more vehicular traffic in this neighborhood. And what about water? More residents and a large market will increase the city’s water usage at a time when California is experiencing a severe drought. Or do council members think that the drought will have miraculously ended by the project’s completion?
Story | Nov 7, 2014 | 6:15 PM
As a parent of a former Stevenson Elementary student, I am shocked that nobody is seriously screaming about the impacts the Talaria development will have on the school. As it stands now, the area in any given direction from the school is a traffic...
Story | Oct 21, 2014 | 1:58 PM
The recent news that the Burbank City Council gave its nascent approval for the Talaria project is more than sad. With the exception of Mayor David Gordon, who completely gets it, the remainder of the council are a simple and sorry excuse for city...
Story | Oct 17, 2014 | 5:49 PM
While we hope the Talaria at Burbank project will turn out to be a winning addition to the city, we have some lingering concerns that potential impacts were not explored deeply enough before a council majority approved the plans this week. To their...