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Leader office moves

The Burbank Leader’s editorial department will begin operating out

of a new location effective Monday, Nov. 10.

Starting that day, Burbank Leader staff will work out of the

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News-Press, the Leader’s sister publication, at 111 W. Wilson Ave.,

Suite 200, Glendale.

Friday, Nov. 7, will be the last day the Leader’s editorial office

at 220 N. Glenoaks Blvd. will be open. Starting Nov. 10, phone calls

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should be directed to 637-3200, which is the News-Press’ main number.

New direct phone lines for Leader staff will be published in the

Wednesday, Nov. 12, edition of the newspaper.

The new fax number is 241-1975. All e-mail addresses for Leader

staff and the newspaper (bleader@latimes.com) will stay the same.

NEWS

Mayor vs. machine

Not deterred by persistent technical difficulties during her video

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address, Mayor Stacey Murphy addresses local businesses at the annual

chamber luncheon.

SEE PAGE A3.

NEWS

Monster lineup

Jefferson Elementary School was overrun by parading youngsters all

decked out for Halloween.

SEE PAGE A8.

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INDEX

Around Town, A10-11

City Council Agenda, A3

Classifieds, A16-17

Community Forum, A2

Obituaries, A7

People, A6

Police Report, A7

Sports, A14-15

Weekend, A4-5

WEATHER

Cloudy skies with occasional showers, partly clearing by Sunday

with highs in the mid-60s.


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