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Engineer added to Public Works

Paul Clinton

CIVIC CENTER -- Bonnie Teaford has accepted the position of city

engineer in Burbank’s Public Works Department.

Teaford, 42, began work Dec. 1. The position had been vacant since

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1989, city officials said. She will oversee engineering, sewer, storm

water discharge and landfill issues.

With a glut of large projects on the horizon, as well as plans to

repair the city’s infrastructure, Burbank decided it was time to fill the

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open engineer position, said Cindy Flad-McGurn, a Public Works

spokeswoman.

Teaford, who lives in Valencia, previously worked as an engineer for

the state’s Department of Toxic Substances Control.

The city engineer position pays between $82,776 and $100,560 per year,

officials said.


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