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City seeks applicants for youth committee CIVIC...

City seeks applicants for youth committee

CIVIC CENTER -- The City Council is accepting applications through

Friday for the Youth Endowment Services Fund Committee.

The five-member group is charged with encouraging and supporting

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activities that benefit Burbank’s youth.

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 board, commission or committee.

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Applications are available at the City Clerk’s office at City

Hall, 275 E. Olive Ave., or at www.ci.bur- bank.ca.us. For

information, call 238-5851.

Laura Sturza

Applicants sought for Planning Board

CIVIC CENTER -- The City Council is accepting applications through

June 27 for the Planning Board.

The five-member board recommends long-range general plans for the

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city’s development, including granting or denying permits and

variances.

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 board, commission or committee.

Applications are available at the City Clerk’s office in City

Hall, 275 E. Olive Ave., or at www.ci.bur- bank.ca.us. Call 238-5851

for information.

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Laura Sturza

Kindergarteners celebrate Flag Day

MEDIA DISTRICT WEST -- Kindergarten students from Linda Walmsley’s

class at Roosevelt Elementary School will celebrate Flag Day with a

musical program beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday in the children’s room

at the Buena Vista branch library.

After they perform, the children and their parents will hear a

story in the library and receive a gift from the librarian. All

children will be dressed in red, white and blue, some wearing hats

and displaying flags.

The public is welcome to attend. The library is at 300 N. Buena

Vista St.

Molly Shore

Wildlife Way Station meeting to take place

AIRPORT DISTRICT -- The Angeles National Forest Wildlife Way

Station is conducting a Town Hall meeting from 2 to 7 p.m. Saturday

at the Hilton Burbank Airport and Convention Center, 2500 N.

Hollywood Way.

A program from 3 to 5 p.m. will update attendees about the

station’s challenges of meeting county, state and federal

regulations, and the progress being made to meet those requirements.

A raffle will be conducted for $25 per ticket. First prize is a

pair of Delta Air Lines business elite tickets to New York City worth

$7,000.

Advance registration is a donation of $35, or $50 at the door. For

more information or to register, call 899-5201.

Molly Shore


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