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NEWS
August 10, 1986
Five prominent persons have been named by the West Hollywood City Council to the board of a nonprofit corporation created to strengthen the city's image. The corporation, funded by a $400,000 council grant, will promote the city as a center for restaurants, shops, hotels and the design and entertainment industries over the next 18 months.
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NEWS
February 25, 1988
In an attempt to defuse controversy over a proposed historic preservation plan, West Hollywood's Historic Preservation Task Force has announced that it will hold a series of monthly educational forums beginning Wednesday. Mayor Alan Viterbi and members of the task force will discuss the city's proposed historic preservation ordinance during the first forum. Each of the forums will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Ave. Admission is free.
NEWS
August 18, 1988
Paul Koretz spent nearly twice as much as any other candidate in capturing one of two at-large West Hollywood City Council seats last April, according to records filed with the city clerk. Koretz, a former aide to ex-Mayor Alan Viterbi, who did not seek reelection, spent $66,189 in garnering 3,429 votes, the second highest number of votes among the five candidates. Abbe Land, who easily won reelection with 4,226 votes, reported having spent $36,450, the records show.
NEWS
June 12, 1986
City Councilman Stephen Schulte was unanimously elected by his council colleagues last week to serve as West Hollywood's mayor for the next year. Schulte had originally been expected to succeed former Mayor John Heilman last month. But saying he needed more time to hunt for a new job, Schulte asked Heilman to remain in his post for an extra month. After the vote to elect Schulte, the council then unanimously elected Councilman Alan Viterbi to serve as mayor pro tempore.
NEWS
June 12, 1986
City Atty. Michael Jenkins and two council aides have been directed by the West Hollywood City Council to research the possibilities of a law limiting campaign contributions to council candidates. The council asked Jenkins and Michael Linfield, deputy to Councilman John Heilman, and Paul Koretz, deputy to Alan Viterbi, to look into the feasibility of limiting campaign contributions by individuals. They are expected to return to the council with recommendations on the issue by August.
NEWS
March 13, 1986
The City Council has approved a modified version of a citywide smoking ordinance that had been called "the toughest in the state" by an American Cancer Society official. The new law, which will go into effect in less than two months, forbids smoking in retail stores, food markets, buses and shuttles, taxicabs, theaters, elevators, libraries, hospitals, restrooms, galleries, child-care and senior-citizen facilities, pharmacies and public offices.
NEWS
September 25, 1986
The West Hollywood City Council has voted unanimously to ban gasoline-powered leaf blowers because of complaints about excessive noise, fumes and dust. Councilman Alan Viterbi, in calling for the ban at last Thursday's meeting, said the machines are a nuisance and have become the most common topic of calls to his office.
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