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THE818NOW
July 29, 2013
Entertainment Partners, the Burbank payroll and production services company, is expanding into Puerto Rico. The company said it was opening a new affiliate office in San Juan to be called EP Puerto Rico. In addition to payroll services, the new office will also provide production incentive services, including film financing and tax credit placement. The office will expand services previously provided by Pay1Bill Film Services, which has been working with the film industry in Puerto Rico since 2001.
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NEWS
October 24, 2001
With classes bursting at the seams, with more students in a room than desks can seat, we applaud a recent move by the Burbank Unified School District's board of education to apply for state funds for schools that participate in class-size reduction, with the goal being 20 students assigned to only one teacher. Class-size reduction is a good idea, one made all the better if the state awards the districts doing it with a simple thing like money. After all, it's money that's needed to pay for the additional teachers class-size reduction requires, and it's highly unlikely anyone is getting rich by the program (though it needs to be watched closely to ensure the 20-1 ratio is achieved)
NEWS
August 17, 2012
California's 5,000-plus community-based pharmacies dispense billions of dollars worth of prescription drugs each year, so it is important to know that these drugs are being dispensed for legitimate health-care needs. Audits of pharmacy records help determine whether fraud is occurring. Unfortunately, pharmacy audits have become less about uncovering and punishing fraud and more about making money for pharmacy benefit managers who are hired by health insurance plans to administer prescription drug benefits and perform pharmacy audits.
THE818NOW
By Alene Tchekmedyian, alene.tchekmedyian@latimes.com | December 28, 2013
The incentive for Burbank residents to replace the turf in their yards with drought-tolerant plants just got a little sweeter. The Burbank City Council signed off on plans last week to double the rebate for water-saving landscapes - raising it from $1 per square foot to $2. And that applies now not only to front yards, but also side and backyards, city officials said. Since most single-family households use 50% of their water on landscape irrigation, customers who participate could save between 15% and 25% on their monthly water bills with the right plant materials, said Burbank Water and Power spokesman Joe Flores.
NEWS
January 15, 2000
Paul Clinton CIVIC CENTER -- Making good on a promise made to residents in the spring, Burbank has begun offering a mortgage assistance package to first-time home buyers. Through the Redevelopment Agency, the city will provide down payments to low and moderate income families of up to 10% of the home's purchase price. Home buyers will have to take out a first mortgage for the bulk of their home's purchase price with a city-approved lender and a second mortgage with the city.
BUSINESS
By Zain Shauk | January 23, 2010
The entertainment industry’s difficulties in 2009 were capped off with an annual decline in employment of about 9,000 jobs as productions continued to be filmed in other states, raising concern about the future of the industry in the region, according to a report released Thursday. Still, good news for area economies could be on the horizon as new opportunities for local productions are expected to create up to 3,000 jobs in the area, said Jack Kyser, chief economist for the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation, which issued the report.
LOCAL
By PAUL KREKORIAN | February 28, 2009
As dawn broke over Sacramento early Thursday morning, the State Legislature wrapped up a marathon session that finally put to bed a two-year spending plan that will bridge the state’s unprecedented $42-billion deficit caused by the global fiscal crisis. The Democrats in the Legislature, along with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and a handful of courageous Republican lawmakers, put together a budget compromise that begins to lay the foundation for getting California working again. Much about the budget plan was difficult to support and undoubtedly will cause significant pain to many Californians.
THE818NOW
By Alene Tchekmedyian, alene@tchekmedyian@latimes.com | June 21, 2013
Mark Scott's career has led him up and down California, and across the country and back, so it's no surprise he and his wife are always debating about which region they should call home. The 63-year-old Fresno-native spent two decades building his career in the city of Beverly Hills - while living in Glendale - six years leading Spartanburg, South Carolina before a brief stint managing Culver City and, most recently, three years helping to stabilize his hometown after the crippling effects of the economic recession.
BUSINESS
March 12, 2008
Warner Home Video executive promoted Warner Bros. officials announced Monday that Mark Horak, an executive vice president and general manager of a Warner Home Video arm, will take the helm as president of Warner Home Video North America. Horak, who worked most recently in Worldwide Operations and New Packaged Media, will oversee Warner Home Video?s operations in North America, which include the United States, Canada and Mexico. Warner Home Video President Ron Sanders called Horak a ?
FEATURES
November 26, 2005
editorialMagnolia Park Merchants Assn. heralded the gift-giving season by welcoming the community to the 11th annual Holiday in the Park celebration -- an open house and street faire. It offered those living nearby and others residing outside the immediate neighborhoods an incentive to step into the quaint shops and restaurants and see what's new along Magnolia Boulevard between Buena Vista Street and Pass Avenue and Hollywood Way from Clark Avenue to Chandler Boulevard. These events promote a great sense of community by bringing people together and the sights and sounds of the festivities are reminiscent of the old-fashioned holidays one only sees on Christmas cards.
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