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January 16, 1988 | GLENN F. BUNTING, Times Staff Writer
In a stern warning to the Private Industry Council, Mayor Tom Bradley said he does not support a plan to fire a whistle-blower who filed a series of allegations against the president of the troubled job training agency, it was learned. Bradley, in a letter mailed Thursday to the board of directors, said he believed that any discipline against Private Industry Council Vice President Arthur P. Lawson would be considered "retaliatory," according to sources who disclosed the text of the letter.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 16, 1988 | GLENN F. BUNTING, Times Staff Writer
In a stern warning to the Private Industry Council, Mayor Tom Bradley said he does not support a plan to fire a whistle-blower who filed a series of allegations against the president of the troubled job training agency, it was learned. Bradley, in a letter mailed Thursday to the board of directors, said he believed that any discipline against Private Industry Council Vice President Arthur P. Lawson would be considered "retaliatory," according to sources who disclosed the text of the letter.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 13, 1987
The Los Angeles Private Industry Council board of directors met in a special closed session Thursday without deciding the fate of its embattled president, Dominick J. Ramos. Although a performance evaluation of Ramos was listed as the first agenda item, the board spent 3 1/2 hours discussing two other personnel issues involving Vice President Arthur P. Lawson.
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November 17, 1987 | GLENN F. BUNTING, Times Staff Writer
In an apparent vote of confidence, directors of the Los Angeles Private Industry Council said Monday that allegations against the agency's embattled president "have been exaggerated and are in many cases unfounded." That assessment came in a prepared statement released after a closed-door meeting to consider reports that PIC President Dominick J.
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October 29, 1987 | GLENN F. BUNTING, Times Staff Writer
The president of the Los Angeles Private Industry Council is under fire for allegedly mishandling a $160,000 marketing contract with a public relations firm, soliciting political campaign contributions from his employees and using government dollars to purchase a new 1986 Lincoln Continental, The Times has learned. Dominick J.
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