Burbank seeks applications for vacant seat on Police Commission

Burbank is accepting applications for a seat on the Police Commission after Jim Etter resigned his post last month.

Etter resigned before the City Council was to take up a possible no confidence vote after he suggested that a public speaker at a meeting in November be "slapped around a bit." He cited his upcoming assignment to the Los Angeles County Fish and Game Commission -- and the time required to serve -- as the main reason for his decision to step down.

The city today announced that it will be accepting applications for the Police Commission post until Aug. 31.

Applications for a seat on the city's Child Care Committee will also be accepted until Aug. 31. The committee is responsible for updating the Child Care Master plan, publishing a Child Care Directory each year and promoting the availability of "safe, high quality, accessible and affordable child care in Burbank to residents and commuting employees."

For more on the applications, visit the city's website.


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