Anthony Clark Carpio, Los Angeles Times

Anthony Clark Carpio

Los Angeles Times

Costa Mesa, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Anthony:

Burbank's legislative platform includes opposition to rent control

The Burbank City Council approved its legislative platform for the year, which outlines the issues the city will and won't support. → Read More

Burbank council adopts stricter regulations on granny flats

Burbank City Council members debated whether to adopt changes to its rules on accessory dwelling units or wait until city staff could find additional protections throughout the city. → Read More

Kids score life lessons at basketball clinic

The Los Angeles Sparks, Boys & Girls Club of Burbank and the Burbank Community YMCA hosted a basketball clinic to teach the youth about basketball and life lessons. → Read More

Local artists paint mural to honor Kobe Bryant and Nipsey Hussle

Local artists Arthur Akopyan and Haibert Sarkissian paid tribute to Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, as well as Los Angeles rapper Nipsey Hussle with a mural. → Read More

LADWP showcases new machine for tunneling project under Burbank

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will be using a 200-ton tunnel-boring machine named Luciana to dig through 13,000 feet of dirt to replace the city's aging water infrastructure. → Read More

Burbank officials consider raising development impact fees for new projects

The Burbank City Council is discussing if it should raise its development impact fees to address the city's long-term infrastructure needs. → Read More

Community provides input on proposed new Central Library

The Burbank Library is seeking the public's input on what a new Central Library should look like and the features it should have. → Read More

Burbank Cultural Arts Commission showcases local artists' work in exhibit

The Burbank Cultural Arts Commission is hosting its first art exhibit at the Betsy Lueke Creative Arts Center. → Read More

Hollywood Burbank Airport records all-time high in passengers

Hollywood Burbank Airport had 5,983,737 passengers in 2019, which tops the airport's best numbers from 2007. → Read More

Former City Manager Ron Davis may have his name enshrined on a city building

The Burbank City Council is looking to honor former City Manager Ron Davis, who worked for the city for more than 20 years, by naming a city facility after him. → Read More

Burbank OKs use of new reservation system for city classes, events

The Burbank City Council voted on Tuesday to approve the Parks and Recreation Department to use a new reservation system. → Read More

Construction of safe routes for students underway in Burbank

Burbank started construction of its Safe Routes to School project, which involves safety improvements around 3 schools within the school district. → Read More

Burbank library officials to gather input about possible replacement of Central Library

The Burbank Central Library is hosting two meetings next Thursday to gather input from the public on what they would like to see in a replacement facility, were one to be built. → Read More

Infrastructure Oversight Board reviews proposed improvement projects

The Infrastructure Oversight Board reviewed the proposed capital improvement projects for the 2020-21 fiscal year. → Read More

Judith Arandes retires after 21 years with Burbank Housing Corp.

Judith Arandes, executive director of the Burbank Housing Corp., is retiring next month after 21 years with the nonprofit. → Read More

Passenger numbers at Hollywood Burbank Airport soar higher

Airport officials reported at 9.5% increase in passengers in November compared to the same month in 2018. → Read More

'We are a neighborhood pizzeria': Prime Pizza opens newest location in Burbank

Prime Pizza brings New York-style pizza to Burbank. → Read More

Additional community groups share experiences with aircraft noise

Several community groups, including those representing Valley Village, provided the Southern San Fernando Valley Airplane Noise Task Force with additional information and suggestions on how to tackle the issue. → Read More

New digital media lab rolls out access to media equipment

The Spark! Digital Media Lab at the Burbank Central Library gives the public access to various equipment and software used in the media industry. → Read More

Art center showcases the talent of its instructors

The Instructors' Exhibit at the Betsy Lueke Creative Arts Center in Burbank will be open to the public through Jan. 30. → Read More