A way out of this recession. We all want to see the market rally and our 401(k)s and portfolios rebound. The financial crunch is hurting many people across the globe, especially retired folks who live on invested funds. Hopefully our leaders in Washington, Sacramento and Burbank will implement sound fiscal judgment in 2009.
City and school district officials in Burbank are bracing for more budget cuts as the state tries to dig itself out of deficit. We wish them luck and hope to see our leaders work together for the good of the people they represent.
Best of luck to Jay Leno, who plans to stay in Burbank to film a new program five nights a week even after stepping down as host of “The Tonight Show.”