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Burbank dedicates $1.7 million greenway project

December 05, 2011

Residents of the Lake Alameda community joined Burbank officials to celebrate the opening of the Lake Alameda Greenway Project on Saturday.

Mayor Jess Talamantes along with city and county officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to dedicate the $1.7 million project that brings park-like amenities to the neighborhood.

The project features a quarter-mile pedestrian path, landscaping, doggy stations and connectivity to major thoroughfares.

The project was funded by the Los Angeles County Flood Control District and the City of Burbank.

-- Katie Landan, Times Community News

Twitter: @katielandan

Photo: City officials participate in ribbon-cutting ceremony from left to right, Emily Gabel Luddy, Staci Armao Neighborhood Watch Block Captain, Mayor Jess Talamantes, Gary Hildebrand Director LA County Public Works, Former Mayor Marsha Ramos and Asst. Community Development Director Ruth Davidson-Guerra. Credit: Ross A. Benson

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