Armenian-Americans appointed to serve on Burbank city commissions

Armenian-Americans appointed to serve on Burbank city commissions

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Armenian National Committee of America-Burbank announced that three Armenian-Americans were appointed to serve on three Commissions in the City of Burbank: Armond Aghakhanian, on the Park, Recreation and Community Services Board; Garen Yegparian, on the Sustainable Burbank Commission; and Vahe Hovanessian was re-appointed on the Burbank Unified School District Facilities Oversight Committee, where he was just re-elected as chair. Armond Aghakhanian was also appointed to the Burbank Unified School District Facilities Oversight Committee, Asbarez reports.

“It is great to see Armenian-Americans continuing their active role in Burbank’s civic and political life,” stated Zareh Khachatourian of ANCA-Burbank. “We are grateful that so many individuals from our community are willing to contribute their time and expertise to our City. This active engagement by Armenian-Americans will further strengthen Burbank’s diverse community and shine a light on the many opportunities available for citizens to become more active members of this great city.”

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