During a recent meeting, the leadership team at Family Service Agency of Burbank were all wearing face masks, seated 6 feet apart from one another and discussing how to change their service model on the fly.
State Assemblywoman Laura Friedman (D-Glendale) will host a tele-town hall on Saturday, where she will speak with superintendents and teachers about the issues they are facing due to school closures, stay-at-home orders and other challenges associated with the COVID-19 crisis.
Kaiser Permanente announced Thursday it is temporarily closing numerous medical offices and clinics throughout Southern California, including one in Burbank, citing concerns about the spread of the coronavirus.
Trying to keep a business afloat during the coronavirus pandemic is no laughing matter, and yet, Barbara Holliday, owner and manager of Flappers Comedy Club and Restaurant in Burbank, is determined to do both.
Spectrum, Comcast and Cox offer free internet for eligible K-12 and college students throughout the United States. They also join other internet providers in waiving fees for those taking a financial hit because of coronavirus closures.
The urgency ordinance prohibits the eviction of residential and commercial tenants that are affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The order will last through April 30, and renters will have six months to pay back any overdue rent.
On behalf of Burbank Unified School District, Supt. Matt Hill sent a letter Thursday night asking Gov. Gavin Newsom to close schools and provide emergency funding. The board is holding an emergency meeting Friday at 6 p.m. in the district administrative office.