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