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The nominating period for Burbank's February primary election closed Friday, with six candidates running for three City Council seats, four running for two school board seats, three for city clerk and one for city treasurer. The City Council...
The popularity of the city’s solar rebate program, combined with tax incentives, forced its closure even before the fiscal year began, officials said, meaning property owners will have to wait until next year to apply. John Joyce, who manages the...
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A major source of funds for city services would be diverted to state coffers under a proposal Gov. Jerry Brown unveiled this week as part of his effort to slash a $28-billion state deficit. Brown's budget calls for the Burbank Redevelopment Agency and...
Efforts to stop the years-long flight of film crews from California to faraway locations are gaining steam. Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Krekorian has proposed new tax incentives to keep production crews filming in his city. The effort follows...
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke outlines what he expects for U.S. growth in the coming year as the central bank releases its policy statement. He'll also face TV cameras and reporters during a quarterly news conference. Reporters, editors and...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefActors are taking over Lynchburg businesses this week. Members of the Endstation Theater Company are making surprise visits to companies like R.R. Donnelley, Babcock & Wilcox, and Bank of the James. Endstation members are acting out scenes from a play...
Upper Mount Bethel Township supervisors on Monday weighed the pros and cons of supporting a revised economic development authority for the Slate Belt region. The board listened to a presentation by solicitor Michael Gaul, representing the Bangor Area...
WASHINGTON — Amid speculation that the Federal Reserve soon might start scaling back its stimulus efforts, the International Monetary Fund cautioned that a pullback before next year could hurt economies worldwide. Highlighting its concern Friday,...
Palm Beach County's availability of raw land may be its advantage in competing for some key future economic development projects. When competing for relocating companies, "having property available to show clients in shovel-ready state is critical in...
At this stage in the U.S. recovery, there isn't much that fiscal policy can do to accelerate growth. Some argue that we need another tax cut, while others would prefer increased spending. Neither is going to happen on a significant scale. Radical...
Homer Glen, an International Dark Sky Community, might revise its lighting ordinance sometime this summer to better accommodate businesses. "We want to soften, or lessen the burden on businesses … make it understandable … less restrictive,...
Staff WriterFor Ryan Figueroa, turning a hobby into a business was a challenging process. Financing, finding the correct building and meeting the right people “was pretty difficult, stressful,” said the 26-year-old El Centro resident while referring...
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