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March 1, 2003
Laura Sturza The final four candidates for two vacant City Council seats have little time to rest on their success as they prepare for the April 8 general election. At Tuesday's primary, Jef Vander Borght drew 48.5% of the vote, Gary Bric 28.5%, Todd Campbell 24.4% and Brian Malone 21%. All aim to join incumbent council members Dave Golonski, Stacey Murphy and Marsha Ramos on the dais May 1. The percentages from the final count released Friday differed from Tuesday's percentages.
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By Chris Wiebe | February 28, 2007
CITY HALL — Restaurant owner and Traffic and Transportation Board member Gary Bric leads the pack of four candidates who will advance to the general election in April for two open City Council seats. The Primary Nominating election vote count on Tuesday put Bric in first place with 4277 votes, 43% of the vote. Attorney and Realtor Anja Reinke finished behind Bric with 3900, about 39% of the vote. Burbank couple Carolyn and Philip Berlin will also advance, finishing about 300 votes apart in third and fourth place, with 3,258, 33% and 2,946, 30% of the vote, respectively.
NEWS
May 10, 2013
I came across an article in the Burbank Leader that both concerns and infuriates me. (“ Split council OKs transitional living homes ,” April 27). I was under the impression the Burbank City Council worked for the betterment of our community and our residents. Imagine my surprise when the council voted to change the zoning code in Burbank, thereby allowing transitional and sober-living facilities in residential areas of our city. Isn't this something the residents of Burbank should have voted on, or at the very least had a say in?
NEWS
May 31, 2013
Re: “Primary election will stay,” May 25. No sooner is the City Council election over when council members decided that saving the citizens of Burbank $72,000 a year is too “minimal.” I bet the underfunded local nonprofit and social service agencies could have used that “minimal” money to serve our city. Yet once again it seems the self interest of some council members like Gary Bric, who feel that without a two-step electoral process he would not have been elected to office, are more important.
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By David Laurell | August 25, 2009
The Burbank Kiwanis for Fun’s Aktion Club staged a fashion show fundraiser Saturday at the Masonic Temple. Presented under the theme “Lights, Camera, Aktion in Fashion!” the event honored Burbank Councilman Dave Golonski for his service to the community and raised funds for BCR — A Place to Grow, a local organization that has provided activities, programs and events for children and adults with developmental disabilities for the past 47 years. Welcomed by “Lucy,” aka Diane Vincent , guests had the chance to purchase opportunity tickets and mingle prior to lunch and the afternoon’s program that was hosted by Isabel Adams and emceed by Tom Burke . Special guests in attendance included Mayor Gary Bric , Councilwoman Anja Reinke and Golonski family members including the councilman’s wife, Barbara Sykes , mother-in-law, JoAnn Sykes , daughter, Randi , 8-month old grandson, Grant , and son-in-law, Nathan Lowery . Among the Golonski family friends on hand were Tom and Linda Jamentz, Ellie Ellrott, Brett Loutensock, Melinda Brown, Linda Walmsley, and former Burbank Councilman Tim Murphy.
NEWS
April 14, 2007
As dust settles from the battle of a long, hard-fought campaign, we would like to congratulate the candidates, who after months of vying for two open seats on the City Council, participated in Burbank's election on Tuesday. Collectively, Gary Bric, Anja Reinke and Phil and Carolyn Berlin, and those who listened to them, brought a dialogue and energy on issues that shouldn't stop with the counting of ballots. It wasn't always pretty. Running for public office is a courageous and often thankless undertaking, and yet is crucial to our democratic process.
NEWS
April 9, 2003
Laura Sturza Months of knocking on doors paid off for architect Jef Vander Borght and environmental policy director Todd Campbell, who won seats on the Burbank City Council in Tuesday's election. "I'm extremely humbled," said Campbell, policy director for the Coalition for Clean Air. "I always thought that all of the candidates were very qualified." Incumbent Councilman Vander Borght, 51 made his first run for a council seat, having been appointed to the post by the council after former mayor Bob Kramer resigned in March 2002.
NEWS
April 19, 2003
Laura Sturza Residents favored City Council candidates who live close to their precincts in this month's general election, but also cast their ballots based on the experience of those running for office. "I think that my expertise in dealing with airport and port authorities had something to do with [my strong showing near the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport,]" said Todd Campbell, the policy director for the Coalition for Clean Air. Campbell, who won the second open seat on the council, and incumbent Jef Vander Borght, the top vote-getter, earned more than 40% of the votes in some precincts -- Campbell in one and Vander Borght in four.
NEWS
By Gretchen Meier, gretchen.meier@latimes.com | February 23, 2011
City Council incumbent Gary Bric cruised to re-election on Tuesday, securing more than 50% of the vote and bypassing the April 12 general election, when candidates Emily Gabel-Luddy and Bob Frutos will face off for Mayor Anja Reinke's vacated seat. With all 42 precincts reporting, Bric received 4,642 of 8,072 votes cast in the election, followed by Gabel-Luddy with 3,845 and Frutos with 3,071. Jacqueline Waltman, a state probation official, failed to make the primary cut, with 2,131 votes.
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