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Council hopeful withdraws from race BURBANK...

Council hopeful withdraws from race

BURBANK -- Lee Dunayer has dropped out of the City Council race,

narrowing the field of contenders in the Feb. 25 primary to nine.

The certified financial manager said he is stepping out of the

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race to prevent any perception of a conflict of interest with his

company.

“It’s deeply frustrating to me, but I still plan to be very

involved with the city [as a volunteer],” Dunayer said.

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The 41-year-old resident served on the city’s

Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport review committee last year.

Laura Sturza

City’s new calendar showcases the arts

BURBANK -- Free copies of the city’s 2003 Civic Calendar --

featuring the culture and arts of Burbank -- are available.

Last year’s 10,000 copies ran out, so the city printed 15,000 this

year, with photos of many of the city’s arts institutions, city

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spokeswoman Cinda Cates said.

The calendars include a listing of city activities, and phone

numbers of city departments, staff, schools and facilities.

Published by the city’s public information office, copies of the

calendar are available at Burbank City Hall and at the city’s

libraries.

Laura Sturza

Tots can create art Saturday

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MAGNOLIA PARK -- Children 2 to 6 can sample a variety of arts and

crafts projects at Saturday’s Tots on the Town event. Parents can

register their children at McCambridge Recreation Center, 1515 N.

Glenoaks Blvd., or by calling 238-5378.

Space permitting, children can also be registered the morning of

the event at the Creative Arts Center. The fee is $5 and includes

snacks.

Tots on the Town is at 10:30 a.m. at the Creative Arts Center,

1100 W. Clark Ave.

Laura Sturza


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