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KENNEL ATTENDANT POSITION CONSIDERED WHAT HAPPENED The...

KENNEL ATTENDANT POSITION CONSIDERED

WHAT HAPPENED

The City Council decided to consider reinstating a kennel

attendant position for the police department.

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WHAT IT MEANS

The city may bring back a second kennel attendant position that

had been eliminated from the city budget. The police department would

like a second attendant because officials are dealing with a higher

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number of animals at the shelter that are staying there longer. The

estimated cost for the position is $48,000.

VOTE

No vote was taken.

TARGET STEPS UP

FOR BURBANK POLICE

WHAT HAPPENED

The council accepted a $1,580 donation from Target Stores to be

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used by the Burbank Police Department.

WHAT IT MEANS

The police department will use the money to replace equipment used

for its “McGruff” program to teach children about pedestrian safety

and how to avoid strangers.

VOTE

The council 5-0 in favor of accepting the money.


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