Use of City Vehicles

In May of 2018, a Burbank Water and Power vehicle of the type shown in the below image was observed digging a nice big hole in a residential yard to plant a tree. This type of truck is commonly referred to as a digger derrick. The “job” was clearly not the Peoples’ business and most … Read more

The Ripoff of Government Homeless Programs

Burbank taxpayers have been subjected to the massive taxes of the 2017 Measure H which promised to be a magical elixir for homelessness. Burbank residents paid out $9 million in fiscal year 2019/2020 under Measure H. Only $99,000 came back in the form of the “Landlord Incentive Program”. No one can explain where the rest … Read more

City of Burbank Water and Power Sponsorships

While we believe it is every Burbanker’s duty to do what we can to help those in need, Burbank Water and Power ratepayers represent a broad spectrum of individuals and businesses with different financial circumstances; and not everyone wants to pay more for utilities than they have to. The City of Burbank Water and Power … Read more


Today is day one for this site. Our goal for transparency allows for Burbankers to become informed and remain that way. “The government’s power to control one’s life derives from its power to tax. We believe that power should be minimized.” – Americans for Tax Reform Providing Burbankers with meaningful information and documents allows for … Read more

City of Burbank IT Department Contracts with Outside Vendors

January 30, 2021: contract with Hypervelocity Consulting for $9,800 January 30, 2021: contract with Hypervelocity Consulting for $3,800 January 25, 2021: contract with Science Systems and Applications, Inc. for $50,000 January 19, 2021: contract with Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. for $7,000 December 23, 2020: contract with Slalom for: $64,500 February 7, 2018: contract … Read more

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