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  • Mailbag: Cul-de-sacs indicate 'stop'

    Mailbag: Cul-de-sacs indicate 'stop'

    Reading about the permanent cul-de-sacs being implemented to help the streets affected by the mixed-use Talaria project, I wonder why the possible need for this wasn't discussed and figured in before giving the construction plan the OK. This should be a wake-up call to the city manager, the Burbank...

  • Mailbag: Development plans worrisome

    Mailbag: Development plans worrisome

    The Planning Board recently sent plans for First Street Village back to the drawing board. We are apparently going to be building 1,467 apartments within a quarter-mile radius. One can only imagine what this will do to traffic, the impact it will have on parking and how many new students will pour...

  • Mailbag: Pool policy is all wet

    Mailbag: Pool policy is all wet

    Let me start by saying what a wonderful resource the Verdugo Pool is for the community, especially after its renovation and the installation of the activities section. The slides and fountains of this section offer a special treat found in very few public pools. The Verdugo facilities are in good...

  • Mailbag: High praise of religiosity

    I feel compelled to address some of the responses to the weekly subject matter of the In Theory column in the Burbank Leader. First of all, I want to recognize and thank Jon Barta and Bryan Griem for using the Bible, God's word, as the basis for their answers and not resort to man's own reasoning...

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