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Assemblywoman Paula Boland

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November 20, 1995
"School District May Soon See a Rush for the Exits" (Nov. 11), though otherwise informative on efforts to break up L.A. Unified, gave the unfortunate impression that the typical breakup group is in a race to be first, so as to beat the Jan. 1 deadline of state Sen. Tom Hayden's (D-Santa Monica) bill, and thus win "spoils" of segregation or a wealthy tax base. This is certainly not the case in the San Fernando Valley, the largest geographical area seeking breakup. I have worked extensively with VALUE (Valley Advocates for Local Unified Education)
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December 15, 1994
Taking advantage of the new political landscape in Sacramento, two legislators from opposite sides of the aisle have joined forces to propose a legislative plan to dismantle the Los Angeles Unified School District. Assemblywoman Paula Boland (R-Granada Hills) and state Sen. Tom Hayden (D-Los Angeles) will both sponsor legislation early next year to dissolve the 636,400-student district and replace it with several smaller school systems. "Sen.
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November 21, 1995 | CARLOS V. LOZANO
Ventura County supervisors are considering backing federal legislation that would help communities such as Oak Park establish their own ZIP codes. Supervisor Frank Schillo, who represents Oak Park, said he is seeking the board's help in lobbying for the legislation because the east county community has had continuing problems with its request for a ZIP code change.
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March 10, 1995 | KENNETH R. WEISS
Ventura County Republican Party Chairman Bob Larkin said Thursday he plans to announce his candidacy next week for an Assembly seat representing Simi Valley, Fillmore and northwestern portions of the San Fernando Valley. Larkin is one of a number of Republican candidates jockeying for the seat that must be abandoned next year by Assemblywoman Paula Boland (R-Granada Hills) because of term limits on state legislators. "The primary is early next year, it's in March," Larkin said.
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April 17, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
As part of an ongoing effort to be more accessible to constituents, state Sen. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) will hold office hours Friday at the Sunland-Tujunga Chamber of Commerce. "It's something we've been doing each Friday since I was sworn in in December," Schiff said. "A lot of people can't come to the district office in Pasadena so we are bringing the district office to them. We're taking our show on the road."
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September 7, 1991
A private psychiatric hospital is helping to bail out the San Fernando Valley's only free counseling center for victims of violent crime as part of an unusual partnership that a state legislator said Friday could become a model for other troubled institutions.
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December 13, 1997
The Chatsworth Chamber of Commerce has new offices, a move that was three years in the making. To celebrate, the chamber plans a grand opening ceremony Monday and an open house Jan. 14. Located in the Chatsworth Metrolink Depot, the new office "will make it more accessible to chamber members and nonprofit organizations in the community," said Pam Campeau, the chamber's executive director.
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September 26, 1992 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN
The Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce has endorsed two candidates for the state Legislature and one for the U.S. House of Representatives, citing their positions on business issues. The chamber is backing Assemblywoman Cathie Wright (R-Simi Valley) in her bid for the 19th District state Senate seat. She is being opposed by Democrat Hank Starr, an attorney who lives in Bell Canyon. The district stretches from Oxnard to the San Fernando Valley, picking up most of the populous areas of the county.
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January 22, 1996 | ED BOND and KATE FOLMAR
A grass-roots anti-crime group, Mad About Rising Crime, sponsored a "Join the Winning Team" community festival Saturday in Northridge that drew about 3,000 people, organizers said. Los Angeles Police Chief Willie Williams and state Assemblywoman Paula Boland (R-Granada Hills) spoke at the event, which also included performances by local high school bands, drill teams and cheerleaders. "It went better than we expected," said Joe Sands, a spokesman for MARC.
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October 11, 1995 | CARLOS V. LOZANO
A 54-year-old computer software engineer from Oak Park has become the first Democrat to enter the race for a state Assembly seat representing portions of eastern Ventura County. David Ross is vying for a post held by Assemblywoman Paula Boland (R-Granada Hills), who will be forced to step down next year because of term limits. In addition to Oak Park, Boland's 38th Assembly District includes Simi Valley and Fillmore as well as portions of the western San Fernando Valley.
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