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April 15, 2006
The L.A. County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved Supervisor Michael Antonovich's motion on Tuesday directing the chief information officer and the director of public and social services to work with the state's Community Care Licensing Division to create a child care Internet information website. The site would be designed to help parents and caregivers make informed choices about choosing child care programs. The website, which will be based on a similar program in New Hampshire, would allow parents to search for registered Child Care Centers in their neighborhoods and view a summary of any licensing violations incurred by the center and any available corrective actions.
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By Christopher Cadelago | March 25, 2009
BURBANK — Candidates vying for three seats on the City Council squared off Monday in their first debate since the primary and perhaps the only joint forum before the April 14 election. The six candidates concentrated on the economy, job creation and retention, traffic and transportation, development, and the environment at the round-table sponsored by the Burbank Assn. of Realtors at the association’s Magnolia Park headquarters. Kimberly Jo, who has served as the chief information officer for Los Angeles County, began the discussion by framing the challenges to come.
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By Christopher Cadelago | March 24, 2009
BURBANK — Candidates vying for three seats on the City Council squared off Monday in their first debate since the primary and perhaps the only joint forum before the April 14 election. The six candidates concentrated on the economy, job creation and retention, traffic and transportation, development and the environment at the round-table sponsored by the Burbank Assn. of Realtors and held at the association’s Magnolia Park headquarters. Kimberly Jo, who has served as the chief information officer for Los Angeles County, began the discussion by framing the challenges to come.
BUSINESS
May 14, 2008
Actor Jimmy Fallon to replace Conan O?Brien NBC announced that actor Jimmy Fallon will be the new host of ?Late Night? when current host Conan O?Brien moves to ?The Tonight Show? in 2009. Fallon, a co-star of ?Saturday Night Live? from 1998 to 2004, was named as O?Brien?s replacement at a news conference Monday at NBC?s Rockefeller Center in New York. The move comes more than seven months after NBC announced plans to move from its long-held Burbank studio to a more spacious setting in Universal City.
NEWS
June 3, 2000
Paul Clinton WOODLAND HILLS -- Electing to stay at home, managed care giant Health Net announced it has stopped looking at Burbank and several other cities as sites for a possible relocation. Headquartered in Woodland Hills since 1984, Health Net had said it was considering several potential sites in Burbank in February. The company has now turned to negotiations with its Warner Center landlord, company spokesman Brad Kieffer said Tuesday. The company leases a 300,000 square-foot office in Woodland Hills but officials said it will look for more space when that deal is up at the end of the year.
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By Christopher Cadelago | March 28, 2009
In a race crammed with new faces, Kimberly Jo is as new as they come. “Elders in the community share that they’ve never seen a newcomer do this well,” Jo said. “But it’s funny because the people who know me sit back, laugh and say, ‘Well, newcomer, but you’ve only lived here your whole life.’” Still, some have questioned whether the Burbank High School graduate who went on to complete her undergraduate work in public policy with minor in urban planning at UCLA and a master’s degree in public administration from USC, is perhaps too green.
NEWS
April 18, 2009
It was the typical election night story — a few victories, a few heartbreakers. In the end, Mayor Dave Golonski and City Councilman David Gordon held onto their spots on the dais, while challenger Jess Talamantes, a retired Burbank fire captain who ran an aggressive campaign, finished a sterling second in the voting to take Councilwoman Marsha Ramos’ soon-to-be-vacated seat. The Burbank Leader endorsed Golonski, Gordon and Talamantes for City Council, so we were happy to see all our choices elected.
NEWS
February 2, 2000
Paul Clinton CIVIC CENTER -- Hoping to diversify the city's economy and bring 2,000 new jobs to Burbank, officials have begun laying out the welcome mat for managed care giant Health Net. With the lease on Health Net's 300,000-square-foot Woodland Hills headquarters set to expire at the end of the year, the firm has contacted a handful of nearby cities about 10 sites for a possible relocation. Three of the sites -- major retail and office projects either in the planning or construction stages -- sit inside Burbank's borders, city officials said.
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By Christopher Cadelago | April 11, 2009
CITY HALL — Two years removed from an election plagued by underhanded tactics and allegations of negative campaigning, the prelude to Tuesday’s six-person race for three seats on the City Council appears to have reestablished a sense of normalcy. The general election, which pits two incumbents against four fresh faces, remains relatively calm heading into the final three days of voting, with just a few public sparks flying between Mayor Dave Golonski and Councilman David Gordon.
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By Christopher Cadelago | March 25, 2009
BURBANK — Candidates vying for three seats on the City Council squared off Monday in their first debate since the primary and perhaps the only joint forum before the April 14 election. The six candidates concentrated on the economy, job creation and retention, traffic and transportation, development, and the environment at the round-table sponsored by the Burbank Assn. of Realtors at the association’s Magnolia Park headquarters. Kimberly Jo, who has served as the chief information officer for Los Angeles County, began the discussion by framing the challenges to come.
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By Christopher Cadelago | March 24, 2009
BURBANK — Candidates vying for three seats on the City Council squared off Monday in their first debate since the primary and perhaps the only joint forum before the April 14 election. The six candidates concentrated on the economy, job creation and retention, traffic and transportation, development and the environment at the round-table sponsored by the Burbank Assn. of Realtors and held at the association’s Magnolia Park headquarters. Kimberly Jo, who has served as the chief information officer for Los Angeles County, began the discussion by framing the challenges to come.
NEWS
April 15, 2006
The L.A. County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved Supervisor Michael Antonovich's motion on Tuesday directing the chief information officer and the director of public and social services to work with the state's Community Care Licensing Division to create a child care Internet information website. The site would be designed to help parents and caregivers make informed choices about choosing child care programs. The website, which will be based on a similar program in New Hampshire, would allow parents to search for registered Child Care Centers in their neighborhoods and view a summary of any licensing violations incurred by the center and any available corrective actions.
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