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October 28, 1992 | BERT ELJERA
In a 15-minute special meeting, the City Council on Tuesday picked Burnie Dunlap as the new mayor. Dunlap was the only nominee for the post vacated by Ronald E. Isles, who resigned last week after pleading guilty to seven misdemeanor counts of conflict of interest and failure to disclose his financial holdings. "I regret that we have to do this under the present circumstances," Dunlap said. "We need a clear line of succession to fulfill our legal responsibilities."
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November 8, 1994 | ALAN EYERLY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Services will be Wednesday for Jennifer Dunlap, the 21-year-old daughter of Brea City Councilman Burnie Dunlap, who apparently died in her sleep Friday at her La Habra apartment. The cause of her death has yet to be determined, Deputy Coroner Ted Sullivan said. He said it will take 12 to 16 weeks for toxicological tests to be completed. Dunlap was under medical treatment for severe back pain at the time of her death, Brea City Council secretary Susan Robbins said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 1994 | ALAN EYERLY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Services will be Wednesday for Jennifer Dunlap, the 21-year-old daughter of Brea City Councilman Burnie Dunlap, who apparently died in her sleep Friday at her La Habra apartment. The cause of her death has yet to be determined, Deputy Coroner Ted Sullivan said. He said it will take 12 to 16 weeks for toxicological tests to be completed. Dunlap was under medical treatment for severe back pain at the time of her death, Brea City Council secretary Susan Robbins said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1992 | BERT ELJERA
In a 15-minute special meeting, the City Council on Tuesday picked Burnie Dunlap as the new mayor. Dunlap was the only nominee for the post vacated by Ronald E. Isles, who resigned last week after pleading guilty to seven misdemeanor counts of conflict of interest and failure to disclose his financial holdings. "I regret that we have to do this under the present circumstances," Dunlap said. "We need a clear line of succession to fulfill our legal responsibilities."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 1998 | Regina Hong, (714) 966-5912
Shortly after two new councilmen took their seats for the first time Monday, the City Council locked horns on whether Bev Perry should be the new mayor pro tem. Showing signs of the schism on the new council, Steve Vargas and Roy Moore--who defeated incumbents Burnie Dunlap and Glenn Parker in a hotly contested election earlier this year--rejected Perry's nomination.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 1996 | JOHN POPE
Burnie Dunlap After losing his wife last year to cancer, Mayor Burnie Dunlap said, he chose "Celebrate Life!" as the city's theme for 1996. His aim, he said, is to inspire residents to appreciate nature, loved ones and each other. "Being here is not an entitlement, it's a gift," Dunlap said during a speech to the City Council on Tuesday in which he outlined the city's theme and goals for this year. "You never know when that gift will be gone or when it will change."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 29, 1993
Three members of the City Council have been appointed to separate public agencies responsible for policies and programs dealing with regional issues. The recent appointment of Mayor Burnie Dunlap and council members Glenn G. Parker and Bev Perry will give Brea residents and businesses "several voices representing their values and concerns," Assistant City Manager Tim O'Donnell said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 1994 | ALAN EYERLY
The City Council has tentatively approved zoning changes and an amendment to Brea's land-use plan to allow construction of a 108-unit apartment complex for senior citizens. The project is proposed for a two-acre site on North Brea Boulevard near West Central Avenue. The vote last week was 4 to 0 in favor of the project. Councilman Burnie Dunlap abstained because he is the director of insurance services at Brea Community Hospital, which is near the proposed apartment site.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 15, 1994 | ALAN EYERLY
The first campaign disclosure statements filed in connection with the Nov. 8 municipal election show that challenger Marty Simonoff and Councilman Burnie Dunlap have so far received significantly more contributions than the other candidates. Two incumbents and six challengers are competing for three seats on the City Council. Councilman Carrey J. Nelson is not seeking reelection.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 1996 | JOHN POPE
A plan to put 28 homes, some of which would be for low-income residents, on a 2.6-acre parcel is on hold after some City Council members said this week that the project would be too dense. Olson Co., a Seal Beach-based developer, had proposed the project for a property at Birch Street and Poplar Avenue, which the city's Redevelopment Agency bought, officials said, because of its overcrowded and deteriorating houses.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 5, 1996 | JOHN POPE
Maverick Councilwoman Kathryn E. Wiser stepped down from her seat Tuesday during a ceremony at which she was described by colleagues as courageous in the face of opposition. "While we've had our differences in terms of political positions, I never doubted Kathy's courage," Mayor Burnie Dunlap said. Wiser, who opposed the city's use of eminent domain to acquire land for redevelopment projects, often found herself at odds with her council colleagues on issues of redevelopment.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 27, 1996 | JOHN POPE
The city will be able to hire an additional police officer for its spruced-up downtown area when Brea gets its share of a $100-million state program to boost local law enforcement. The city's $81,000 grant will also pay for augmented bicycle patrols, city officials said. Mayor Burnie Dunlap said the city will use the state money to create a storefront annex for police on Birch Street.
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