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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1988
The Azusa City Council has approved a compromise that will allow a rock quarry firm that has mined the San Gabriel Mountains behind the city for 32 years to continue operating under guidelines designed to protect the environment. Agreement was reached this week among Azusa, the neighboring city of Duarte and the Azusa Rock Co.
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January 18, 2005 | Christopher Reynolds
The Azusa City Council, concerned the sound of gunplay conflicts with pricey residential neighborhoods, is scheduled to vote today on a rezoning proposal that would put Southern California's largest shooting range out of business. The 62-acre San Gabriel Valley Gun Club dates to 1946 and attracts thousands of visitors annually, including hunters, law enforcement officers and skeet and trap shooters. Gun advocates voiced opposition to the proposed City Council action at a Dec. 20 meeting.
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February 27, 1993 | JOHN CHANDLER
Bruce Latta, a former Azusa city councilman, has been hired as the new manager of the Antelope Valley Fair in Lancaster, officials said. Latta, 42, a program manager for the California Expo and State Fair, was selected from a field of more than 90 candidates. The fair's governing board is expected to complete an agreement with Latta at its March 11 meeting. Latta previously held fair jobs in Hemet and in Orange, Riverside and Los Angeles counties.
NEWS
January 10, 1991
There may be threats of war elsewhere around the globe, but in the Azusa City Council chambers, there is peace at last. The battle of the consent calendar is over. For months, three council members had ritualistically walked off the council platform in silent protest whenever the calendar was read aloud. But despite the protests by Councilmen John R. Dangleis, Harry Stemrich and Anthony Naranjo--who said the reading wasted too much time--Councilman Stephen J.
NEWS
October 31, 1991
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge on Monday denied a request by city officials who had sought to stop a project that was cleaning debris and mud from the Morris Reservoir in the San Gabriel Mountains. Judge William Huss rejected an Azusa City Council request for an injunction against the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works. The county last summer began an experimental project to sluice silt that had collected on the reservoir bottom for more than five decades.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 6, 1997
Azusa City Administrator Henry Garcia is leaving to become city manager of the Inland Empire city of Colton. Garcia, 40, city administrator for the last six years, signed a contract Thursday to become Colton's top official. "Colton is a wealth of opportunities," Garcia said. "Azusa has been my home for the last 6 1/2 years and I will miss it." The Colton City Council on Monday hired Garcia after reviewing a field of 49 candidates, said Lenn Wood, Colton's interim city manager.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 7, 1995
The Azusa City Council abruptly decided this week to hold a special election Dec. 12 on card clubs--an idea that's less than aces to some residents. Hoping to beat a three-year state moratorium on card club votes that begins in January, the council played its hand late Tuesday night, voting 4-1 to put the issue on the ballot.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 28, 1998
Former Pasadena Mayor Rick Cole has been chosen by the Azusa City Council to become the city administrator and a formal announcement will come once contract terms are set, sources said Wednesday. In a closed-door meeting Tuesday night, Cole, 44, was reportedly the unanimous choice of council members, who hope he will bring some of the vision that help draft the success of the Old Pasadena shopping district.
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