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February 8, 2006
The following information was taken from police reports: DOWNTOWN BURBANK 200 block of Magnolia Boulevard: An employee at a store inside the Town Center reported Friday that an unknown suspect entered the business and stole approximately $2,100, as well as a money-counter valued at $700. MAGNOLIA PARK 4400 Block of Magnolia Boulevard: A 32-year-old Van Nuys man was arrested during an investigation on Saturday on suspicion of possessing fraudulent identification cards.
December 4, 2004
Rape suspect to appear in court Monday DOWNTOWN BURBANK -- A 41-year-old Burbank man is scheduled to appear in court Monday on a charge of raping a 14-year-old girl. John Armendariz was arrested Thursday near his home in the 200 block of Mariposa Street after the victim provided a nickname, "Tristen" for the man who assaulted her, said Burbank Police spokesman Sgt. Jay Jette. He is being held on $335,000 bail. Armendariz uses "Tristen" as a stage name, police said.
November 24, 2004
Two incumbents seek reelection DOWNTOWN BURBANK -- Mayor Marsha Ramos and Councilman David Golonski have pulled petitions to run for office again in the spring elections. Golonski has served on the council for almost 12 years and has been mayor twice. Ramos is serving her first term on the council and has been mayor since May. She is a managing partner for the Glendale-based firm Geosystems Inc., which provides geotechnical consulting. The third incumbent running for reelection is Councilwoman Stacey Murphy.
October 15, 2003
BID board applications available CIVIC CENTER -- The city clerk's office is accepting applications through Thursday for candidates for a board to run a new property-based business improvement district for downtown Burbank. A business improvement district is grouping of merchants who join together through assessment fees to pay for improvements in their neighborhood. The board would be responsible for carrying out the goals of a five-year district plan, including a signage program and marketing and promotions.
April 30, 2013
A 36-year-old Los Angeles man who police say appeared to be high on methamphetamine was arrested Sunday on suspicion of identity theft and possession of Norco and Vicodin without a prescription. Officers approached the man, Richard Hathaway, just before 7 p.m. for smoking in front of Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in downtown Burbank, a violation of the city's municipal code, said Burbank Police Lt. Eddie Ruiz. According to police reports, Hathaway appeared nervous and admitted he had consumed methamphetamine earlier in the evening, Ruiz said.
June 11, 2008
TRAFFIC ORDINANCE The council voted to extend an ordinance that requires all non-residential projects that would generate 50 or more cars during the morning and evening peak traffic hours to go through a discretionary review process and requires a planning board public hearing. The ordinance was adopted in 2006 for a one-year period to ensure that projects with potential traffic impacts would be subject to environmental review and traffic analysis. In 2007, the ordinance was extended till July 31, 2008.
By: | August 27, 2005
Burbank Emblem Club presents scholarships Burbank Emblem Club #86 members honored Phyllis Langlois, president of the Emblem Club's California, Nevada, Hawaii State Assn.; Geri Miller, state marshal; and 10 other state officers at the Burbank Elks Lodge. Scholarships were awarded to local high school students, Joanna Tripet-Diel, Ashley Christina McClendon and Lindsey Hoffman Fuglsby, who received the "Arta Dayton" scholarship. Lindsey is the granddaughter of Burbank Emblem Club past president Mary Hoffman.
By By Mark R. Madler | December 24, 2005
Restaurant closing downtown location after lease could not be worked out with building owner.DOWNTOWN BURBANK -- Unable to work out a new lease agreement with the building owner, the popular restaurant Tony Roma's is due to shutter its Downtown Burbank location today. The ribs, steak and seafood eatery has been in downtown for more than 10 years in a space that used to be a shoe store. "It's unfortunate the lease came to an end," said Marc Buehler, vice president of marketing for Tony Roma's.
August 8, 2009
TODAY Once Upon A Page , a scrapbooking/paper crafting store is celebrating 11 years in business with a workshop from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the store, 2800 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank. There will be games, raffles, prizes, food and sales on paper products. Reservations are required. Prizes for the first 20 customers, the first customer in line and more. For more information, visit ? Dark Delicacies will host a signing for urban fantasy author Kat Richardson at 2 p.m. at 4213 W. Burbank Blvd.
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