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September 30, 1993 | ED BOND
Burbank Village, the new name for Burbank's downtown district, sailed through the Burbank City Council, which gave it a stamp of approval without comment. "Technically, on a district name change like this they don't have to approve it," said Gwen Pentecost, executive director of the Downtown Burbank Stakeholders Assn. "But we wouldn't have wanted to go ahead without their approval."
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July 4, 1994 | VIVIEN LOU CHEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Downtown Burbank, once best known as the butt of comedian Johnny Carson's humor, may yet have the last laugh. New restaurants and nationwide chain stores such as Blockbuster Video, Ross and Starbucks Coffee are swarming into a four-block stretch of San Fernando Boulevard in the Burbank Village section of downtown. Skyrocketing rents, up by as much as 300% since 1989, have forced many small, independently owned businesses to fold or move out.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 4, 1994 | VIVIEN LOU CHEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Downtown Burbank, once best known as the butt of comedian Johnny Carson's humor, may yet have the last laugh. New restaurants and nationwide chain stores such as Blockbuster Video, Ross and Starbucks Coffee are swarming into a four-block stretch of San Fernando Boulevard in the Burbank Village section of downtown. Skyrocketing rents, up by as much as 300% since 1989, have forced many small, independently owned businesses to fold or move out.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 30, 1993 | ED BOND
Burbank Village, the new name for Burbank's downtown district, sailed through the Burbank City Council, which gave it a stamp of approval without comment. "Technically, on a district name change like this they don't have to approve it," said Gwen Pentecost, executive director of the Downtown Burbank Stakeholders Assn. "But we wouldn't have wanted to go ahead without their approval."
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