About Fronnie Lewis
Fronnie Lewis is the founder, publisher, and editor of Media City Groove. She is a journalist with a B.A. degree in communication from Stanford University and more than 25 years’ experience as a staff newswriter in the NBC-4 newsroom here in the Southland. She decided to go freelance in 2004. Three years later she caught the blogging bug.
An editor for the trailblazing, but now defunct community website run by the Los Angeles Daily News, Valleynews.com, asked Fronnie to write some posts. She soon became a featured blogger on the site and discovered she had a knack for photography. Her blog was called "Web Writer." Several of Fronnie's photos, as well as some of her news and feature posts/articles, were picked up and published in the print edition of the Daily News. In 2008, she started her own blog/website, which morphed into Media City Groove.
For more than 30 years, Fronnie has called Burbank/Media City home. She loves its mixed vibe -- from small town to the “Media Capital of the World”. Truly, a place like no other.
No surprise it is raining after all we have this great big water shortage you know and some severe draught conditions. It’s raining just means higher water bills to make up for the shortage of water in their pollyanna world.
Here’s hoping that sanity returns, and soon.
All indications, up and down the State, are that the worm(weather) has turned.
Snow pack, water content, reservoir levels, in-stream flows–you name it, it’s showing above average readings.
The YouTube postings should prove embarrassing to City Officialdom–or is it Dumn!
The fight goes on with the “yuppies” of all ages trying to impose their “standards” on the rest of us.
Conserve water, yes. Threaten and punish, NO.
I fear that for some in Burbank the “water shortage” and the “sustainability” agenda have become part of a crusade… that will not change no matter what. They’re gung-ho on their conservation plans for the future to the detriment of the present.
Let’s not forget, the statistics show folks in Burbank have cutback and conserved water. However, it’s not enough for the crusaders.
I wanted to make a comment about Burbank and the water issue(s). I completely agree that some people live to impose their values on other people. The water issue is nothing but a way to impose views on others.
Burbank has a council that likes nothing better than imposing their views on everyone. The problem is that their views are silly and destructive.