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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1995
DISHARMONY: Diamond Bar City Councilman Clair Harmony is considering a run for for the Assembly seat of his former sparring partner, Republican Gary G. Miller. The pair, who came to blows last year when both were serving on the City Council, could bring a whole new meaning to a political fight in next March's Republican primary. Miller, who beat five other candidates in May to serve out the term of recalled Assemblyman Paul Horcher, said he is not about to relinquish the seat.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1995
DISHARMONY: Diamond Bar City Councilman Clair Harmony is considering a run for for the Assembly seat of his former sparring partner, Republican Gary G. Miller. The pair, who came to blows last year when both were serving on the City Council, could bring a whole new meaning to a political fight in next March's Republican primary. Miller, who beat five other candidates in May to serve out the term of recalled Assemblyman Paul Horcher, said he is not about to relinquish the seat.
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NEWS
August 25, 1994
I want to complain a little about Kevin Uhrich's article "Diamond Bar in the Rough" (Aug. 11). Technically the article is basically correct, but its attempt to be sardonically whimsical casts the same light on all players. We have worked hard and long to change our city's pro-growth leadership. We are the regular, normal citizens--"the little guys." Of course we argue, debate and "squabble," but so would you in order to expose special interests who have been detrimentally running your community.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 30, 1994 | DEBORAH SULLIVAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With his quaint name, genteel demeanor and neatly trimmed mustache, Diamond Bar City Councilman Clair Harmony seems to have just stepped out of a barbershop quartet. But to hear his critics tell it, Harmony may be better suited for the boxing ring.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 30, 1994 | DEBORAH SULLIVAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With his quaint name, genteel demeanor and neatly trimmed mustache, Diamond Bar City Councilman Clair Harmony seems to have just stepped out of a barbershop quartet. But to hear his critics tell it, Harmony may be better suited for the boxing ring.
NEWS
May 20, 1994 | DAVID COLKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At my last singing lesson, my vocal coach told me that my diatonic scales were excellent. My intonation was "much better," and overall I was doing a "great job." My coach is a computer program. No human could lie that sincerely. Claire: the Personal Music Coach is a program you sing to in the privacy of your home, a kind of karaoke for one, but with a serious purpose.
NEWS
April 26, 1990
The city's Planning Commission said it will consider June 11 whether to allow a local cable company to broadcast its meetings. "Television and radio play an active part in modern society's democratic process," Planning Commissioner Clair Harmony said Monday in a press release. Council meetings also may be televised soon.
NEWS
January 4, 1990
The City Council on Tuesday appointed the city's first Planning Commission, which will meet twice a month starting Wednesday.
NEWS
December 2, 1990
Councilman Jay Kim has nominated retired police officer Thomas F. Ortiz as a candidate for the seat that Assemblyman-elect Paul Horcher will vacate Monday. A 13-year resident of Diamond Bar, Ortiz, 50, is among seven nominees to the post. Other nominees interviewed at a special City Council meeting Thursday were Clair Harmony, Lydia Plunk, Don Nardella, Joe Anthony and Cindee Quan. Nominee Gary Miller was recovering from a recent operation and did not attend the interview.
NEWS
November 25, 1993
The City Council decided last week not to appeal a Superior Court judge's ruling that the city must accept petitions from a citizens group seeking a referendum on the General Plan. Activists rallying behind an organization called Diamond Bar Citizens to Protect Country Living collected more than 4,000 signatures--only about 2,600 valid ones are needed--this fall to force the referendum.
NEWS
August 25, 1994
I want to complain a little about Kevin Uhrich's article "Diamond Bar in the Rough" (Aug. 11). Technically the article is basically correct, but its attempt to be sardonically whimsical casts the same light on all players. We have worked hard and long to change our city's pro-growth leadership. We are the regular, normal citizens--"the little guys." Of course we argue, debate and "squabble," but so would you in order to expose special interests who have been detrimentally running your community.
NEWS
May 20, 1994 | DAVID COLKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At my last singing lesson, my vocal coach told me that my diatonic scales were excellent. My intonation was "much better," and overall I was doing a "great job." My coach is a computer program. No human could lie that sincerely. Claire: the Personal Music Coach is a program you sing to in the privacy of your home, a kind of karaoke for one, but with a serious purpose.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 26, 1997
The campaign manager for a city councilman Thursday said his 1st Amendment rights were violated when sheriff's deputies cited him for a sign promoting his candidate. Jeff Nelson said he was cited after Mayor Robert Huff complained to authorities about a sign on Nelson's car promoting the candidacy of Councilman Clair Harmony, a Huff opponent.
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