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Archive | November, 2022

Outgoing Burbank City Councilmember Bob Frutos gives thanks

A Heartfelt Thank you. Thanksgiving is around the corner and I hope this year you can all enjoy safe and happy holidays together with family and friends. I would like to thank all of you as this will be my last year serving on the Burbank City Council. I am grateful for all of you who have supported me with your vote. It has been an incredible honor to have served two terms as Mayor in this city I have called home for over 30 years. One of the best things... Read More →

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Historic Burbank City Council race is down to the wire

The race is in the home stretch for three seats on the Burbank City Council. The five candidates on the November 8 ballot are all women for the first time. Historic for the Media City. The development stirs excitement among some and a bit of anxiety for others over what a female majority on the city council will mean. Since there is no precedent… we will just have to wait and see what happens. Incumbent, Sharon Springer, is the only candidate with council experience. Springer is campaigning for a second... Read More →

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Three candidates vying for Burbank City Clerk in November 8 Election 2022

For the first time in a decade, Burbank is getting a new City Clerk. Voters will decide who that will be in the upcoming November 8 election. The position opened up when City Clerk, Zizette Mullins, decided not to run for re-election but for a seat on the city council instead. The City Clerk is a vital position at Burbank City Hall. Above all, the City Clerk’s Office is responsible for informing the public about official actions in city government.  The City Clerk’s Office handles many other duties including voter outreach,... Read More →

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