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San Fernando Valley roundup: Construction starts at Bob Hope Airport transit center, Fire officials may cancel bills for Good Samaritans

Good morning, readers. Today is Monday, August 27. Construction for a transportation hub has finally begun at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank.

The 520,000-square-foot Regional Intermodal Transportation Center will link airline passengers with other means of transportation. The facility will include a parking structure for rental cars, a rental car customer service building and a bus station. Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles City Fire Department officials are reportedly considering canceling the bills sent to the families of two women who were electrocuted as they tried to help a driver after a traffic accident in Valley Village last week. Patch

New research suggests that the home market in the San Fernando Valley may be on a rebound. The number of foreclosures in the area have dropped 45 percent since last year and home sales and prices have increased. Los Angeles Daily News


After nearly 20 years, Burbank’s Riverside Café served its final meal yesterday. The owner says that dwindling sales are to blame for the restaurant’s closure. Burbank Leader

Have you ‘herd’ about this yet? Several cows, bulls, and calves treated themselves to the grass outside of a large Chatsworth apartment complex last week. Patch

-- Joshua Cox, Times Community News

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