take too much time for a single meeting.
"We may not have as many applicants," Councilman Dave Golonski joked.
"We're going to have to include in there the pay rate."
Applicants for the unexpired term ending April 30, 2003, must be
Burbank residents and registered voters.
The five-member council is the city's legislative body. Council
members are elected to serve four-year terms. At Tuesday City Council
meetings, members consider and act on city projects. Additional town hall
meetings and budget sessions may be necessary.
Benefits and salary include $925 monthly and $25 per meeting of the
Redevelopment Agency; a car allowance; health insurance and retirement
Kramer resigned as mayor effective Monday to accept a city job as
community assistance director. Vice Mayor David Laurell is serving as
interim mayor until the council appoints a new mayor at the March 5
Other council members who have resigned their posts in the past
* 1956: George Phillips, who moved to Texas.
* 1963: Newell Cooper, during his second term and with no explanation.
* 1969: John Whitney, during his third term, to accept the city
The city clerk's office will accept applications until noon Wednesday,
March 13. The City Council will consider the applications at the March 19
meeting and give candidates the chance to address the council and answer
the council's questions. An appointment is scheduled to be made by March
Applications are available at the clerk's office, City Hall, 275 E.
Olive Ave., or by calling 238-5851.