Anthony Clark Carpio

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Anthony Clark Carpio is a reporter with the Burbank Leader. He joined the Times Community News staff on New Year’s Eve 2012 and covers everything from the City Council to community events. He has a journalism degree from Cal State Northridge. Before reporting in Burbank, he was a reporter with the Huntington Beach Independent and a freelance reporter for the Pasadena Sun, the La Cañada Valley Sun and the Santa Clarita Signal.

Recent Articles

  • Dwindling block grant funds distributed to Burbank nonprofits

    The federal funding that Burbank receives from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has been decreasing over the years and could be cut even further in the upcoming federal budget. However, the City Council decided to move forward with its annual plans to allocate Community Development...

  • DeBell Golf Course operator hopes for brighter future

    DeBell Golf Course operator hopes for brighter future

    For many Burbank residents, DeBell Golf Course is a place they can visit to get away from all the hustle and bustle of the city. This past Monday morning, dozens of golfers were getting in their rounds at the 5,633-yard, par-71 course, which is tucked away in the foothills of the Verdugo Mountains...

  • Burbank City Council to discuss rate hikes, mixed-use development and airport commission

    Burbank City Council to discuss rate hikes, mixed-use development and airport commission

    Proposed increases to water and sewer rates, a project to add mixed-use development in downtown Burbank and consideration of whether to have current council members serve on the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority are the main issues scheduled to be discussed at a Burbank City Council meeting...

  • BurbankBus fleet updated with new compressed natural gas buses

    BurbankBus fleet updated with new compressed natural gas buses

    Burbank has updated its fleet of city buses with new bigger vehicles that run on compressed natural gas. By the end of this month, residents and users of BurbankBus can expect to see six 35-foot ElDorado National Axess low-floor buses on the four routes throughout the city, according to a statement...

  • Commuters switch to their bicycles on Bike and Walk to Work Day

    Commuters switch to their bicycles on Bike and Walk to Work Day

    While most local residents drove their cars to work Thursday morning, several hundred people in and around Burbank decided to ditch their motor vehicles and ride a bicycle or walk. The Burbank Transportation Management Organization hosted its annual Bike and Walk to Work Day, setting up three pit...

  • Burbank tries to keep fading DeBell Golf Course alive

    Burbank tries to keep fading DeBell Golf Course alive

    For nearly a decade, much has been done by Burbank city officials to keep the DeBell Golf Course up and running. Millions of dollars in improvements were made to its clubhouse in an effort to attract more patrons, but to no avail. It came to the point Tuesday night when the City Council had to...

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