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MAYOR’S YOUTH TASK FORCE WHAT HAPPENED The...

MAYOR’S YOUTH

TASK FORCE

WHAT HAPPENED

The council unanimously approved a one-time expenditure of $60,000

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for implementation of the youth programs recommended by the Mayor’s

Youth Task Force. That was reduced from an initial proposal of

$285,000.

WHAT IT MEANS

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The funds will be divided among several areas, including the

production of a teen television show, grants for certain middle

school programs and counseling.

SECOND DWELLING

UNIT REGULATIONS

WHAT HAPPENED

The council unanimously approved a motion to bring back

modifications to the city’s second dwelling regulations as an urgency

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ordinance at the next council meeting. The changes are being made to

bring the ordinance into compliance with a new state law set to go

into effect July 1.

WHAT IT MEANS

If the council adopts the proposed changes, individuals seeking to

add a second dwelling unit in a single-family zone will no longer

need to obtain a conditional-use permit. The permits will be granted

automatically as long as the owner meets certain conditions.

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PROPOSED ARMORY CONSOLIDATION

WHAT HAPPENED

The council voted unanimously to work with the city of Glendale,

the National Guard and local legislators to secure funding for

consolidation and relocation of the Burbank and Glendale National

Guard armories to a shared facility.

WHAT IT MEANS

The Burbank Airport Authority has submitted a plan to the Federal

Aviation Administration that includes using 10 acres of land near the

airport for a new armory, but have not received a response from the

FAA. If the plan is approved, Burbank will pursue funding for the

possible relocation of the armories.


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