The Early Edition: Burbank Leader

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A Southwest takes off at the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank Thursday, Jul. 16, 2009.

Airport presses on with noise relief efforts
AIRPORT DISTRICT — A month after federal officials rejected a multimillion-dollar application for nighttime flight restrictions, Bob Hope Airport officials this week agreed to spend nearly $70,000 to facilitate ongoing noise relief efforts.

With Krekorian in L.A., focus turns to special election
Assemblyman Paul Krekorian (D-Los Angeles) is on his way to the Los Angeles City Council after being elected by a double-digit margin Tuesday, a shift that has set the stage for what is expected to be a contentious special election to fill his Sacramento seat.

City passes declaw ban
CITY HALL — Burbank became the eighth city in North America to ban the declawing of cats, after weeks of testimony and political squabbling.

District confirms Jolly leaving
WEST BURBANK — The Burbank Unified School District confirmed Supt. Kevin Jolly’s resignation Monday, announcing that the top administrator would finish out a year on the job before stepping down June 30.

Area talent rewarded
BURBANK — For the second straight season, all four area girls’ volleyball teams made the postseason.

Record-breaking
BURROUGHS HIGH — There was little doubt to those close to the Burroughs High girls’ basketball program that Lisha Elsenbach was going to be a standout player for the Indians this season.

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Written by Times Community News

December 10, 2009 at 9:23 am

Posted in burbank, News Roundups

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