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Convicted rapist settles with county LOS ANGELES...

Convicted rapist settles with county

LOS ANGELES -- A man once accused of raping a Burbank woman and

later convicted of three similar crimes, has settled a lawsuit

against Los Angeles County in which he claimed he was assaulted by

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inmates while in custody.

County officials agreed to pay 43-year-old Daniel Zabuski $17,500

to settle a claim from an alleged assault that occurred in 2001,

according to published reports. Zabuski was convicted of raping three

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women in Canoga Park and sentenced in August to 80 years to life in

state prison. The convictions were Zabuski’s third strike.

Zabuski was arrested by Burbank Police in April of 2000 after a

woman he met on the Internet claimed he assaulted her, but a jury

deadlocked in that case.

Ben Godar

Redlands to offer degree programs

BURBANK VILLAGE -- The University of Redlands school of business

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is hosting three information meetings at its Burbank center to

acquaint people with degree programs for working adults.

The first meeting is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., July 26, at 333 N.

Glenoaks Blvd., Suite 630. Subsequent meetings will be from 6 to 7

p.m., Aug. 12 and 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sept. 20.

The University of Redlands is a private, liberal arts university.

Its main campus is in Redlands, with eight satellite locations

throughout southern California.

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For more information, call 840-1180.

Molly Shore

Free and discounted meals available

BURBANK -- The Burbank Unified School District will once again

provide free and reduced-price meals this fall for children from

low-income households.

Household size and income are used to determine eligibility for

the meals, which are made available through the National School Lunch

Program.

For example, children from households with a weekly income of $460

or less are eligible for free meals, while children from a family of

four with a weekly income of $655 or less are eligible for

reduced-price meals.

Children who receive food stamp benefits, California Work

Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids benefits, Kinship Guardianship

Assistance payments or Food Distribution Program on Indian

Reservations benefits are automatically eligible, regardless of the

income of the household in which they reside.

For more information, call the school district’s Food Services

Department at 729-4539.

Molly Shore


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