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  • Burbank Unified gears up for bond measure

    As the November election nears, Burbank Unified officials have another election on their minds — the $110-million bond measure on March 5 that needs 55% voter approval. During a special school board meeting Monday night, officials discussed...
  • Gordon is ignoring energy mandates

    When Vice Mayor Gordon voted against approving the 2013-14 budget, his stated reason was that Burbank Water and Power is incurring millions of dollars in renewable energy costs that are causing rates to increase unnecessarily because of a state mandate...
  • Filing period for candidate papers in Burbank citywide election opens Monday

    Filing period for candidate papers in Burbank citywide election opens Monday
    Those who plan to seek public office in Burbank can now officially pull their papers for the Feb. 26 primary election on Monday, the city clerk’s office announced this week. Up for grabs in the 2013 municipal election season are three seats on...
  • Gatto hasn't been business friendly

    Throughout the entire campaign season, business and the economy have been the hot-button issues for the voters. Here in California, our unemployment rate is at 10%, and companies are leaving. Productive citizens flee California each week. Most recently,...
  • Criticism of Burbank city clerk is misplaced

    It was extremely disappointing to read your critique of the Burbank city clerk’s office regarding the February election (“City revises vote-count plan for April election,” March 16). For years, this office has done incredible work...
  • Burbank mayor impressed by 'humanity' of incoming city manager

    Mark Scott’s career has led him up and down California, and across the country and back, so it’s no surprise he and his wife are always debating about which region they should call home. The 63-year-old Fresno-native spent two decades...
  • Nos and a shared vision for Burbank

    I have known David Nos for nearly 10 years through various business and social circles. He is a rational, reasonable and considerate individual who shares my concerns for the future of Burbank. The recent election results point to a clear desire for...
  • Burbank City Council incumbents clash at election forum

    Burbank City Council incumbents clash at election forum
    Tensions ran high at Thursday’s City Council candidate forum, with two longtime incumbents David Gordon and Dave Golonski unleashing confrontational jabs at each other’s on-the-job performances throughout the night. Gordon blasted Golonski&...
  • Easter eggs and political posturing

    Burbank Councilman Gary Bric laments that there is no money in the city’s budget for this year’s Easter Egg-Stravaganza (“Council restores Easter egg hunt,” March 16). He says, “We have to stand up and be able to say, ‘...
  • Golonski is the right choice

    I have known Dave Golonski for 20 years, since he first beat me for a seat on the Burbank City Council. I can truly say with no reservations that the voters made the right choice in electing him. Golonski has the qualities most needed in an elected...
  • Saving money is not old-fashioned

    Re: “Primary election will stay,” May 25. No sooner is the City Council election over when council members decided that saving the citizens of Burbank $72,000 a year is too “minimal.” I bet the underfunded local nonprofit and...
  • Burbank school board campaign worker charged in alleged sign theft

    A volunteer working for Steve Ferguson’s campaign for a seat on the Burbank Unified school board was charged with petty theft this week after he was caught allegedly stealing campaign signs belonging to another school board candidate, officials...