The Early Edition: Burbank Leader

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People arrive at the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank. (Raul Roa/News-Press)

Noise relief efforts get $70K boost
AIRPORT DISTRICT — A month after federal officials rejected a multimillion-dollar application for nighttime flight restrictions, Bob Hope Airport officials agreed to spend nearly $70,000 to facilitate ongoing noise relief efforts.

Smoke causes some ire
CITY HALL — Looking to bolster its secondhand-smoke laws, the City Council this week agreed to explore smoking prohibitions on private property and in common areas of multifamily buildings.

City hires big-money help
CITY HALL — A former federal prosecutor and police department reformer have been hired to assist with litigation and policy issues involving the Burbank Police Department, city officials said Thursday.

Hanukkah events start tastefully
The following Hanukkah celebrations are planned across Burbank, Glendale and the foothills.

Providence rallies
BELLARMINE-JEFFESRON HIGH — The players and coaches from the Providence and Bellarmine-Jefferson high boys’ basketball teams are probably tired of seeing one another after what transpired the last few days.

Group to be honored
BURBANK HIGH — When organizers at Burbank High began the Burbank High Athletic Hall of Fame last year, they envisioned a schedule of induction that would occur every two years.

’Dogs slip by rival, 7-6
BURBANK HIGH — When Coach Carlos Pelayo was figuring out the pairings for his inaugural Burbank Tournament, one of the criteria he used for the particular matchups was teams’ proximity to one another.

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Written by Times Community News

December 15, 2009 at 10:44 am

Posted in burbank, News Roundups

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