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By Alene Tchekmedyian, alene.tchekmedyian@latimes.com | March 7, 2014
Swedish furniture giant IKEA will face its final hurdle next week in its quest to build its largest store in the country, with the Burbank City Council set to consider the project on Tuesday. The retailer has the Burbank Planning Board on its side, which in January recommended the council green light the project, though some residents have voiced concerns about parking, traffic congestion and pedestrian safety. The new story would be nearly twice the size of the current location.
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NEWS
By Zain Shauk | March 24, 2010
Candidates in the April 13 special primary election to fill a vacancy in the 43rd Assembly District will head to Burbank City Hall at 7 tonight for a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters of Glendale/Burbank. The following are brief descriptions of each of the four candidates, three of whom have never served in public office. If no candidate receives more than 50% of votes, the election will proceed to a runoff contest June 8 between the top vote-getters from each party.
NEWS
October 14, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta BURBANK -- After two years of decline, the number of homeless people in the area is on the rise and the three men hoping to represent the district in the state Senate have various solutions to offer. Assemblyman Jack Scott (D-La Crescenta) supports providing job training through efforts such as CAL-Works, the state's welfare-to-work program, and believes more needs to be done to care for the mentally ill. His Republican opponent for the 21st District seat, South Pasadena City Councilman Paul Zee, considers job training "the ultimate solution."
NEWS
January 16, 2002
Craig Bullock The City Council officially unveiled two restored murals on Sept. 10 that are in the renovated interior of City Hall. This long overdue restoration removed years of grime and corrected poorly implemented alterations that the murals, unfortunately, suffered over the years. The murals now can be seen in their entirety for the first time in over three decades, and these magnificent works of art celebrate the spirit of freedom and our own city.
FEATURES
November 24, 2007
CHARITY LEAGUE GATHERS FOOD ITEMS FOR NEEDY National Charity League, Burbank Chapter members and their daughters collected nonperishable items the recently at the Burbank Pavilions. They collected 1,196 items valued at $3,337. The mothers and daughters participating were Patty and Alex DeGrazzio , Kim and Nor Kurasz , Cathy and Savannah Stevens, Jackie and Samantha Kelley, Kris and Nicole Coblentz, Amanda and Pat Copping and Rachel and Rilla Raad .   CIVIC PRIDE COMMITTEE SEEKING HOLIDAY ENTRIES The Burbank Civic Pride Committee invites all local residents and businesses to enter the 25th annual Holiday Outdoor Decorating Contest.
NEWS
May 24, 2003
Spend money on services instead of fighting prayer Hooray to the Supreme Court for their decisive rejection of Burbank's moronic appeal to allow sectarian prayer at council meetings, and an even bigger hooray to the late Irv Rubin for his courageous insistence that Burbank show some sense and mend its ways. Once, I attended a council meeting during the early 1990s and was appalled to see a local preacher abuse his privilege by spending over five minutes proselytizing to the captured audience with his blatantly stated "witnessing to Christ."
NEWS
January 10, 2001
Karen S. Kim BURBANK -- As City Clerk Judie Sarquiz seeks reelection, the 29-year Burbank resident says that a heart for community service is the quality that has most influenced her four-year term. "[The city clerk's office] is the first point of contact for anyone in the community who needs anything or has a question, and I just love being able to be a part of that," Sarquiz said. "I know everything that's going on. There's not a thing going on that I don't know about."
NEWS
By Chris Wiebe | February 28, 2007
BURBANK — The city of Los Angeles purchased 80 acres of park land in the Verdugo Mountains above Burbank from a private developer, further expanding the fourth-largest wildlife refuge in the San Fernando Valley. Verdugo Mountain Park, a more than 500-acre refuge located northeast of the Bob Hope Airport, provides a dense haven of brush and chaparral plants for everything from lizards to snakes to bobcats and mountain lions, said John Kirk Mukri, general manager of Los Angeles' Department of Recreation and Parks.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Yemenidjian | October 15, 2008
While volunteering with first-graders 20 years ago, Jack O’Neill stood tall in the R.L. Stevenson Elementary School classroom with his long arms by his side. Before he knew it, three or four tiny, affection-seeking hands belonging to children he helped teach once a week were entwined with his. Small gestures like these made O’Neill reexamine and change the course of his life. “I discovered my affinity for children,” said O’Neill, who does not have children of his own. “And I discovered they had an affinity for me.” He is known all over Burbank for the 39 years he dedicated to NBC and for the myriad titles he’s had, most notably vice president in finance.
NEWS
February 12, 2003
High schools participate in county academic decathlon BURBANK -- Burbank High School's nine-member academic decathlon team slipped from last year's third place to 10th place this year in the Los Angeles County Academic Decathlon. John Burroughs High School placed 31st out of 40 participating high schools. The overall winner of the Decathlon was Palos Verdes Peninsula High School, which scored 43,081 out of a possible 60,000 points. Second place went to Beverly Hills High School with 40,415 points.
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