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November 27, 2012
The Burbank City Council's decision to draft an ordinance to ban the sale of puppy mill dogs in pet stores made me proud to be a resident here. However, it is appalling that the council wants to write in an exemption for one store. The communities abutting Burbank's city limits have already become humane. Glendale and Los Angeles both have banned the sale of mill animals. By allowing this grandfathering, Burbank will remain a centralized pocket of inhumanity - all because one business has claimed that they, unlike every other pet store in the surrounding cities, simply cannot keep their business alive by adopting this new policy.
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NEWS
By Maria Hsin, maria.hsin@latimes.com | October 18, 2011
The Burbank Temporary Aid Center got financial help for Thanksgiving supplies Tuesday with a $2,000 donation from local police officials. Burbank Police command staff made a pledge of $1,000 that was later matched by the Burbank Police Officers' Assn., Deputy Chief Tom Angel said at a donation event on Tuesday. The donations will assist Burbank Temporary Aid Center with providing turkey dinner supplies and help continue a sack lunch program and pay utility bills for needy clients, said Executive Director Barbara Howell.
NEWS
April 29, 2000
Jennifer Rader, the daughter of Scott and Marjorie Rader of Glendale, was granted the Northwood University California Motor Car Foundation Scholarship for the 1999-2000 academic year. The scholarship was established by the state Motor Car Dealers Association for students interested in pursuing an education and career within the franchised automobile industry. The university is in Midland, Mich. Shane Miller, the son of Ron and Diane Miller of Montrose, has received an internship to be a civil case worker at the Washington D.C. Superior Court.
NEWS
March 1, 2000
Ruth Shure, Enjoy! SUNLAND -- If you're craving a two-handed, no-holds-barred cheeseburger, then visit Anthony's Cafe in Sunland, where you can enjoy a hefty, juicy burger loaded with generous toppings and a thick slice of real cheddar cheese. Or you could try Anthony's Two-Beer Chili, a serious meat-lover's chili, very beefy with some beans, which packs a pleasantly spicy burn, and is garnished with onions and cheddar cheese. All the cheese on top makes it especially delicious.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 26, 2008
Send DATEBOOK items to Burbank Leader, 221 N. Brand Blvd., 2nd Floor, Glendale, CA 91203 or fax to (818) 241-1975. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. ? The ?Light and Hope? stained glass window display opens at the Forest Lawn Museum, 1712 S. Glendale, Glendale. The exhibit continues until Jan. 11. The display will depict the seven most significant events in the birth and the early life of Christ. Admission is free. Call (800) 204-3131 or visit forestlawn.
BUSINESS
By Alison Tully | September 24, 2008
When you’re craving a margarita and a cupcake at the same time, Yummy Cupcakes is the place. The local pastry shop sets itself apart from other cupcake chains that have popped up by offering a wide range of flavors, including frozen banana, chocolate creme pie and margarita, co-owner Brogan Faye said. A 94-year-old woman’s Italian creme concoction is one of 140 flavors available. “This 94-year-old lady just wrote us and included a recipe for an Italian creme pie that she used to make for her children, so we altered it a bit and included it in our menu,” Faye said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Christine Putnam | April 21, 2007
Batter up! Spring training is over. The outfield is green. And Major League Baseball has brought back the boys of summer for another exciting season. While everyone's trying to figure out how to get out of the stadium parking lot, why not spend your time improving your swing and catching a great meal? Central Park Pizza may be hidden in the Batcade, but the food is definitely out of the park. On my first visit to Central Park Pizza, I took a group of friends more interested in taking their cuts in the batting cages than eating from what they assumed would be typical concession-stand fare.
NEWS
By Jeremy Oberstein | April 12, 2008
BURBANK — Bob Torrez stepped down as head of the city’s finance department April 4 to take a job closer to his Long Beach home, officials said. In a memorandum released to executive officials last week, City Manager Mary Alvord announced Torrez’s decision, saying his resignation was effective immediately. “He’d been looking for a position closer to his house,” she said. “Executives don’t have to give two-weeks’ notice. They are a whole different animal.
NEWS
October 31, 2009
When Burbank received word that it would get $20 million for its planned smart-meter overhaul, it served as an immediate spotlight on what could be achieved with the kind of scrappy, innovative clamoring that will make all the difference as cities compete for a limited pool of money. Burbank and Glendale, by working together on their federal grant application, were the only two cities in Los Angeles County to score a piece of the Obama administration’s $3.4-billion pie for smart-grid and other energy-efficiency programs nationwide.
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