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ELECTION RESULTS : Avalon

April 10, 1986

Two vacancies

3 of 3 precincts FINAL

Vote % Hal Host 446 26.4 Irene L. Strobel (Inc.) 315 18.7 Quinin Leonhardi 308 18.2 W. F. Olsen III (Inc.) 301 17.8 Roger Cadman 195 11.6 Hal Starr 124 7.3

BALLOT MEASURES

PROPOSITION A--Shall electors directly elect a mayor?

Vote % Yes 576 67.1 No 282 32.9

B--Shall the mayor's term be 2 years?

Vote % Yes 641 78.6 No 175 21.4

C--Shall the mayor's term be 4 years?

Vote % No 584 85.9 Yes 96 14.1

D--Shall a fire district be established to raise funds for a new fire station?

Vote % No 482 56.2 Yes 376 43.8

(Voter turnout 58.0%)

Carson

CITY COUNCIL Two vacancies

62 of 62 precincts FINAL

Vote % Thomas G. Mills (Inc.) 4,245 26.9 Sylvia L. Muise (Inc.) 4,123 26.1 Michael I. Mitoma 2,462 15.6 Duncan A. Sillers 1,867 11.9 Gaddis Farmer 1,109 7.0 Timothy T. Williams Jr 866 5.5 Franklin E. Goff 774 4.9 Harris S. Williams 357 2.3

CITY TREASURER

Vote % Mary Louise Custer (Inc.) 5,333 65.6 Elaine Flynn 2,801 34.4

Helen Kawagoe was unopposed for clerk.

(Voter turnout 23.5%)

El Segundo

Two vacancies

5 of 5 precincts FINAL

Vote % Alan West 2,185 28.2 Harry Robert Anderson 2,166 28.0 Charles Armstrong (Inc.) 1,640 21.4 Le Synadinos (Inc.) 1,634 21.2 Robert H. Stull 96 1.20

(Voter turnout 43.0%)

Gardena

CITY COUNCIL Two vacancies

28 of 28 precincts FINAL

Vote % Gwen Duffy (Inc.) 3,191 34.1 Masani (Mas) Fukai (Inc.) 2,704 28.9 Terence (Terry) Kennedy 1,753 18.7 Ollie B. Hadley 1,369 14.6 Arthur L. Johnson 353 3.8

Incumbent Donald Dear was unopposed for mayor

. BALLOT MEASURE

Shall Ordinance 1339 rezoning property bounded by 141st St. on north, Budlong Ave. on east, 141st Pl. on south and 104 feet east of Raymond Ave. on west from R-1 (single-family residential) to R-3 (high-density multiple-family) be adopted?

Vote % No 3,260 64.3 Yes 1,808 35.7

(Voter turnout 28.9%)

Hawthorne

One vacancy

21 of 21 precincts FINAL

Vote % Ginny McGinnis Lambert 1,625 42.9 Larry Guyer 1,237 32.7 Richard Mansfield 925 24.4

BALLOT MEASURES 1--Shall the electors elect a mayor and four city council members?

Vote % Yes 3,142 86.5 No 490 13.5

2--Shall the term of office of mayor be two years?

Vote % Yes 2,613 75.1 No 865 24.9

3--Shall the term of office of mayor be four years?

Vote % No 2,204 67.7 Yes 1,051 33.3

4--When a vacancy on the city council is created by the election of an incumbent city council member to the office of mayor, shall the city council fill the vacancy by special election rather than by appointment of the next highest vote recipient in the same city council election?

Vote % No 1,975 54.5 Yes 1,649 45.5

(Voter turnout 13.6%)

Hermosa Beach

Three vacancies

6 of 6 precincts FINAL

Vote % Etta Simpson 1,747 26.0 Jim Rosenberger 1,581 24.0 June Williams 1,185 18.0 George Barks (Inc.) 1,165 17.6 Jack Wood (Inc.) 954 14.4

ADVISORY MEASURE

Should the federal government be allowed to lease tracts in the Santa Monica Bay for offshore platform oil exploration?

Vote % No 1,849 80.0 Yes 455 20.0

(Voter turnout 20.0%)

Lawndale

MAYOR 16 of 16 precincts FINAL

Vote % Sarann Kruse (Inc.) 885 51.0 James D. Ramsey 759 44.0 Edward Roberts (write-in) 91 5.0

CITY COUNCIL One vacancy

16 of 16 precincts FINAL

Vote % Larry Rudolph 846 49.0 Anthony Smith 380 22.0 Virginia Rhodes 326 19.0 Louise Jones 169 10.0

CITY CLERK

Vote % Neil Roth 665 38.0 Gary McDonald 593 34.0 Roslyn Havertape 475 27.0

(Voter turnout 22.0%)

Lomita

ADVISORY MEASURES

Should the sale of fireworks continue to be allowed in the city? 7 of 7 precincts FINAL

Vote % No 538 52.4 Yes 489 47.6

Should the sale of fireworks continue if police protection is doubled, at the expense of vendors, July 3 and 4 and if users of illegal fireworks are prosecuted to the extent of the law?

7 of 7 precincts FINAL

Vote % No 552 59.5 Yes 375 40.5

Peter J. Rossick and incumbent Councilmen Robert Hargrave and Harold Hall were unopposed for three vacancies on the city council.

(Voter turnout 13.0%)

Manhattan Beach

Two vacancies

16 of 16 precincts FINAL

Vote % Laurence Dougharty 2,734 24.5 Connie Sieber 1,974 17.6 Bruce S. Ponder 1,939 17.3 Mike Collins 1,621 14.5 Steve Barnes 1,351 12.1 Geraldine (Gerry) Johnson 785 0.7 Tim Lilligren 754 0.6

(Voter turnout 27.0%)

Palos Verdes Estates

BALLOT MEASURE

Shall an ordinance be adopted levying a special tax of $74 in 1986-87, $77 in 1987-88, $81 in 1988-89 and $84 in 1989-90 on each parcel of property in the city for parkland maintenance, weed abatement, city tree maintenance, flood control measures, maintenance of streets, sidewalks and plazas? 9 of 9 precincts FINAL

Vote % Yes 1,694 76.0 No 521 24.0

Mayor James Kinney and Coucilmen Edward Ritscher and Ruth Gralow were unopposed.

(Voter turnout 22.0%)

In the following city, the incumbents were unopposed, and the election was canceled.

ROLLING HILLS--Councilwomen Gordana Swanson, Ginney Leeuwenburgh and Jody Murdoch.

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