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August 18, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
The head of the Valley secession group said Friday that Los Angeles City Council President Alex Padilla should be ousted because of his removal of Councilman Hal Bernson from a panel studying the issue. Valley VOTE President Jeff Brain, who lives in Glendale, sent an e-mail to dozens of the group's supporters asking whether they would support such a campaign. Padilla's camp dismissed Brain's e-mails.
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July 24, 2001
Addressing a major complaint of secessionists in the San Fernando Valley, Harbor and Hollywood, City Council President Alex Padilla on Monday proposed a council committee to provide better access to city government. The Committee on Neighborhoods and Schools would oversee the system of neighborhood councils, which are forming to ease secessionists' contentions that they do not have a voice at City Hall. Secessionists are pressing for votes in November 2002 on Valley and Harbor-area cityhood.
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October 26, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Police Chief William J. Bratton endorsed City Council President Alex Padilla on Tuesday in his race for the 20th Senate District seat in the San Fernando Valley. Bratton credited Padilla with helping to cut crime in his district. The 1991 Christopher Commission on police reform concluded that "it is unseemly for the chief to use that position to influence the political process." Bratton's spokeswoman, Mary Grady, said the city Ethics Commission had told him that he could endorse a candidate.
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July 14, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
Making his first leadership appointment as president of the Los Angeles City Council, Alex Padilla named Councilwoman Cindy Miscikowski the panel's assistant president pro tempore on Friday. In her new role, Miscikowski, who abandoned her own quest for the presidency to support Padilla, will preside over council meetings when Padilla and President Pro Tempore Mark Ridley-Thomas are unavailable.
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May 26, 1999 | PATRICK McGREEVY
City Atty. James Hahn announced Tuesday that he has endorsed Alex Padilla for the northeast San Fernando Valley's 7th Los Angeles City Council District seat. "I've seen firsthand Alex's work as a building and safety commissioner," Hahn said. "He worked with us on shutting down crack houses in our residential neighborhoods and forcing slumlords to clean up their act."
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April 8, 2000
Citing slum conditions in the Sundown Trailer Park, City Councilman Alex Padilla called Friday for the city Housing Department and building inspectors to take action to improve conditions in the San Fernando Road park. Padilla said trailers in the park have no running water, electricity or heat and the area is infested with rats. The Sylmar park, Padilla said, "poses a public safety risk to the children and other residents. . . .
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March 26, 2000 | KARIMA A. HAYNES
Los Angeles City Councilman Alex Padilla has introduced a motion asking the city Recreation and Parks Department to lease land at Hansen Dam for a new youth baseball field. The land would be leased to Little League of America, which would develop the property with funds donated by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Padilla said. Under the terms of the lease, the city parks department would maintain the field for the first three years of the lease.
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May 21, 1999 | PATRICK McGREEVY
Los Angeles City Council candidate Corinne Sanchez continued to attack 7th District rival Alex Padilla on Thursday for his actions as a building commissioner, saying he voted to grant extensions to nuisance properties in the district 90% of the time. Sanchez and Padilla are locked in an increasingly bitter contest to represent the northeast San Fernando Valley district on the Los Angeles City Council. The election is June 8.
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May 23, 1999
In attempting to woo voters in the 7th District City Council runoff June 8, both Alex Padilla and Corinne Sanchez have stressed basic city services. But if at first glance the two appear to have similar agendas, they are quite different in experience and in their stands on issues, as can be seen on today's Valley Perspective opinion page. The candidates' stands on the issues lead The Times to endorse Alex Padilla, despite his opponent's greater wealth of experience.
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August 18, 2001 | PATRICK McGREEVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The head of the San Fernando Valley cityhood group said Friday that Los Angeles City Council President Alex Padilla should be ousted because of his removal of Councilman Hal Bernson from a panel studying secession. Valley VOTE President Jeff Brain, who now lives in Glendale, sent an e-mail to dozens of the group's supporters asking whether they would support such a campaign.
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