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City accepts Equestrian Center board applications...

City accepts Equestrian Center board applications

CIVIC CENTER -- Residents can apply to serve as one of two Burbank

representatives to the Los Angeles Equestrian Center Advisory Board.

The board will review and advise the L.A. Recreation and Parks


Board of Commissioners on issues including capital improvements,

remodeling of the center, trails, services offered and events. It

will be made up of eight members -- two each from the cities of

Burbank, Glendale and Los Angeles, and two from the L.A. Equestrian



All city board, commission and committee members serve without

compensation and must be registered voters living in Burbank. No one

can serve on more than one city board, commission or committee.

Applications are due Feb. 3 and are available at the City Clerk’s

office in City Hall, 275 E. Olive Ave.

Laura Sturza