In response to Carl Hunter's recent allegations that Sunder Ramani could not "have an interest in this community if he does not live here," I beg to differ ("Neighbors say they haven't seen much of Ramani," Sept. 17).
Ramani's business is in Glendale and was previously in Burbank for his entire adult life. He also owns property in Burbank. But more important, his service to this community has been tireless. For starters, he was one of the founding members of the Burbank Sunrise Rotary and has been a Burbank Rotarian ever since.
He has served on the board of directors for the Burbank YMCA, including as chairman. He has been Burbank Chamber of Commerce president, served on the board at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center and has been part of the Glendale Educational Foundation, just to name a few.