BRIEFLY IN THE NEWS

Summer cooling centers offered

The Park, Recreation and Community Services Department is offering public cooling centers to give residents relief from hot temperatures during the summer months.

The McCambridge Recreation Center is open to give residents refuge from the afternoon heat. Senior citizens can visit the Joslyn Adult Center after 8 a.m. every day.

For more information, call (818) 238-5300.

Grant to benefit animal shelter

The Burbank Police Department will utilize a $5,000 grant from the Walt Disney Co. to acquire improved equipment and housing for the city's animal shelter. The funds were awarded after shelter officials and Burbank High School students participated in Disney's "Show Your Pride L.A." project.

Contest ends to rename path

The Burbank Redevelopment Agency has finished taking submissions for a new name for the Lake-Alameda Landscaped Access Path.

The agency had asked all residents of the Lake-Alameda neighborhood to make original name submissions for the path.

The winning name will be announced during the Lake-Alameda Fall Fun Fest on Oct. 27.

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