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NEWS
December 19, 2009
Mayor postpones proposal Mayor Gary Bric this week pulled a proposal to possibly oust two civil service commissioners for ?highly inappropriate? comments made when they twice blocked the temporary promotion of a police lieutenant. Bric elected to delay discussion on Councilman Dave Golonski?s proposal until the full council could deliberate. Vice Mayor Anja Reinke was absent. The Civil Service Board twice denied extending the temporary advancement of Lt. Armen Dermenjian to the post of acting captain, arguing that a city employee named in an FBI probe into excessive-force allegations should not be trusted with additional responsibility.
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NEWS
February 25, 2014
I can't believe there's a sidewalk across our front yard now on Screenland Drive. It was a long, hard struggle. My son and daughter-in-law want to know how soon it will be stroller ready. We, the school kids and the handicapped thank Mayor Emily Gable-Luddy, Councilman Jess Talamantes and Councilman Gary Bric. Future generations of school kids will never know or care why there are now sidewalks on Screenland - they will just enjoy not walking in the street or across wet grass. Tim Elliott Burbank
THE818NOW
October 29, 2013
An alleged stolen car rammed into a restaurant owned by Burbank Councilman Gary Bric early Tuesday, according to police officials. Prior to the crash, police saw the alleged stolen car driving at a high rate of speed on the southbound Golden State (5) Freeway, according to Sgt. David Delgado with the Valley Traffic Division of the Los Angeles Police Department. As police pursued, the driver of the reportedly stolen car exited onto Hollywood Way, ran a stop sign and clipped another vehicle before crashing into the business, called Gary Bric's Ramp, located 7730 N. Hollywood Way in Sun Valley, Delgado said.
NEWS
May 1, 2010
CITY HALL ? The City Council on Monday is scheduled to replace Mayor Gary Bric and name a vice mayor as part of an annual reorganization. Bric, a restaurateur entering his fourth year on the council, is expected to cede the center seat on the dais to Vice Mayor Anja Reinke when the council votes to shift titles and responsibilities at its 10 a.m. reorganization meeting. Councilmen Dave Golonski, David Gordon and Jess Talamantes are all eligible to fill the seat, which all but guarantees an appointment to mayor in 2011, the city?
NEWS
September 15, 2007
SENIOR CITIZEN SERVICES The council approved an agreement between the Los Angeles County Department of Community and Senior Citizen Services and the Area Agency on Aging to receive federal funds for the city’s Nutrition and Supportive Services. The city will receive $293,033, which will go toward providing about 104,000 home-delivered meals for senior citizens. VOTE: 5-0 ZONE TEXT AMENDMENT The council voted to eliminate grocery store development in the Rancho area on the heels of a cavalcade of supporters who voiced concerns that big grocery stores in the area are not wanted.
NEWS
December 18, 2002
Laura Sturza Restaurant owner Gary Bric wants to serve more than meals to his customers -- the City Council candidate hopes to serve all of the city's residents as their elected official. Born and raised in Burbank, the owner of Gary Bric's Ramp -- named for its proximity to a Golden State (5) Freeway offramp -- said he aims to "listen to all the people of Burbank, to listen to their concerns." Bric will run against nine other hopefuls in the Feb. 25 primary election for one of two vacant council seats.
THE818NOW
By Alene Tchekmedyian, alene.tchekmedyian@latimes.com | October 30, 2013
Burbank Councilman Gary Bric's restaurant will be closed for up to six weeks after a stolen car rammed into the building late Monday night , causing an estimated $150,000 in damages, the councilman said. Prior to the crash, police saw the car driving at high speed on the southbound Golden State (5) Freeway, according to Los Angeles Police Sgt. David Delgado. As police pursued, the motorist exited onto Hollywood Way, ran a stop sign and clipped another vehicle before crashing into the business, called Gary Bric's Ramp, located 7730 N. Hollywood Way in Sun Valley, Delgado said.
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