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April 4, 2009
VALET USAGE FEES The City Council will examine the possibility of reducing or eliminating curb usage fees for valet parkers in an effort to keep afloat at least one car-parking company. Pyramid Parking Inc. of Culver City requested that the council reduce or do away with curb usage fees established by the Burbank Municipal Code in 2006. The fee is $.01 per day per square foot. Pyramid Parking Inc. pays $9.60 per day, $288 per month based on its use of six curbside parking spaces that measure 960 square feet.
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By Angela Hokanson | May 23, 2008
AIRPORT DISTRICT — Burbank Unified School District officials and representatives from organizations that partner with them shared youth-oriented accomplishments from the past year with community members on Thursday at the sixth annual State of the Schools lunch. The event, which was organized by the Burbank Chamber of Commerce and Burbank Business Partners, was held at the Burbank Airport Marriott Hotel & Convention Center. Supt. Gregory Bowman gave an overview of the school district to the parents, educators, students and business people in attendance, sharing statistics that highlighted particular points of interest.
NEWS
June 30, 2001
Gary Moskowitz MAGNOLIA PARK -- The City Council voted in favor of granting $43,863 to the Burbank Unified School District Tuesday. An advisory committee from the Youth Endowment Services Fund recommended the proposal to the City Council, on the premise that funds would help accommodate unmet needs for youth-oriented facilities and Burbank youth. Jay Gudzin, assistant principal of athletics and activities at John Burroughs High School, said the district is happy to receive the funds, which will be spent on a new scoreboard at the school's Memorial Stadium.
THE818NOW
June 11, 2012
Looking to expand its presence in the teen and young adult market, Warner Bros.Television Group has struck a deal to purchase Alloy Entertainment, a New York-based content company that specializes in youth-oriented books aimed particularly at females. Although terms of the acquisition from Zelnick Media were not disclosed, people with knowledge of the transaction who declined to speak publicy said the purchase price exceeded $100 million. Alloy and Warner Bros. have collaborated on a number of TV shows and movies over the last several years.
NEWS
September 23, 2000
It's a perfect fit. Not only is Burbank home to some of the leading names in children's entertainment -- the Walt Disney Company and Nickelodeon to name two -- but the family-first attitude of many of the city's residents and leaders makes it an ideal home for a youth-oriented film festival. While the the 60-odd feature-length films and shorts that will be screened at the Burbank International Film Festival won't carry a Motion Picture Assn. of America rating, they will conform to guidelines making them appropriate for children 18 and younger.
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By Gretchen Meier, gretchen.meier@latimes.com | April 1, 2011
Nearly 20 BurbankBus riders packed City Hall Tuesday night to protest possible cuts to transportation services for seniors and disabled residents. Their tactic worked. City officials had held out the option of cutting the BurbankBus program — in which seniors and disabled passengers can call for free pickup and transit — to save money and fund the Got Wheels! youth transit service. But many who benefit from the program came out Tuesday night to support what they said was a vital source of transportation.
NEWS
By Angela Hokanson | May 24, 2008
AIRPORT DISTRICT — Burbank Unified School District officials and representatives from organizations that partner with them shared youth-oriented accomplishments from the past year with community members on Thursday at the sixth annual State of the Schools lunch. The event, which was organized by the Burbank Chamber of Commerce and Burbank Business Partners, was held at the Burbank Airport Marriott Hotel & Convention Center. Supt. Gregory Bowman gave an overview of the school district to the parents, educators, students and business people in attendance, sharing statistics that highlighted particular points of interest.
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | January 26, 2011
Public officials Tuesday lauded the more than 100 youth-oriented programs in the city of Burbank, crediting them for a recent national distinction earned by the city. The fete, which took place at John Burroughs High School, was the first of two events scheduled this week to celebrate the city being named in 2010 as one of the 100 best communities for young people. The second will take place at 4 p.m. Thursday at the Buena Vista Library, and is free to the public. The award came from America's Promise Alliance, a nonprofit founded in 1997 by then-Gen.
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April 4, 2009
VALET USAGE FEES The City Council will examine the possibility of reducing or eliminating curb usage fees for valet parkers in an effort to keep afloat at least one car-parking company. Pyramid Parking Inc. of Culver City requested that the council reduce or do away with curb usage fees established by the Burbank Municipal Code in 2006. The fee is $.01 per day per square foot. Pyramid Parking Inc. pays $9.60 per day, $288 per month based on its use of six curbside parking spaces that measure 960 square feet.
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By Angela Hokanson | May 23, 2008
AIRPORT DISTRICT — Burbank Unified School District officials and representatives from organizations that partner with them shared youth-oriented accomplishments from the past year with community members on Thursday at the sixth annual State of the Schools lunch. The event, which was organized by the Burbank Chamber of Commerce and Burbank Business Partners, was held at the Burbank Airport Marriott Hotel & Convention Center. Supt. Gregory Bowman gave an overview of the school district to the parents, educators, students and business people in attendance, sharing statistics that highlighted particular points of interest.
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