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February 3, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
Prominent local businessman Ed Conway has been named chairman of the Orange County Harbors, Beaches and Parks Commission. Conway was elected chairman last week by the seven-member commission, which oversees a $12-million budget for the county's 12 regional parks, three harbors, and a large network of beaches and community parks. Conway said he is looking forward to handling a busy agenda and "helping the process flow smoothly."
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February 3, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
Prominent local businessman Ed Conway has been named chairman of the Orange County Harbors, Beaches and Parks Commission. Conway was elected chairman last week by the seven-member commission, which oversees a $12-million budget for the county's 12 regional parks, three harbors, and a large network of beaches and community parks. Conway said he is looking forward to handling a busy agenda and "helping the process flow smoothly."
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December 6, 1997
Ventura County Handicapables will hold a special Christmas meeting Dec. 13 at Padre Serra Parish Hall, 5205 Upland Road, Camarillo. Registration is at 11 a.m. followed by an optional Mass, lunch and entertainment. People of all faiths are welcome. Transportation may be arranged. For information, call Catholic Charities at 643-4694 in Ventura or 486-2900 in Oxnard, or Ed Conway at 499-4437.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 19, 1991
Dana Point resident Ed Conway has been reelected chairman of the Orange County Harbors, Beaches and Parks Commission. The seven-member board oversees a $12-million budget and all of the county's recreational facilities and historical sites. The commission has responsibility for the development, maintenance and public use of 12 regional parks, numerous community parks, three harbors and several historical and beach facilities.
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October 18, 1997
St. Joseph's Hospital in Ojai will be the host of the Handicapables meeting at 11 a.m. today. Handicapables is a worldwide organization that provides "free spiritual and social enrichment for the physically disabled," said Ed Conway, who coordinates transportation to the get-togethers. "It's nonsectarian--we hold meetings in different locations each month," he added. Registration is at 11 a.m.
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July 21, 1994 | STEPHANIE SIMON
To the delight of mobile home owners, Thousand Oaks council members have agreed to extend a rent-control ordinance through the fall of 1999, thereby protecting hundreds of senior citizens from skyrocketing fees. The rent-control ordinance, originally adopted in 1980, sets a formula limiting rent increases at mobile home parks to a percentage less than annual inflation as defined by the consumer price index.
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May 1, 1993 | FRANK MESSINA
The Capistrano Bay Park and Recreation District Board deadlocked Friday over whether to launch a conflict-of-interest investigation against board member Lynn J. Muir. The board stalemated 2-2 on a vote that would have opened an inquiry into whether any irregularities surrounded Muir's acceptance of a $3,500 contract from Alan Squitieri just days after pushing for a land swap between the district and the Florida businessman. Muir stood in the hall as the board deliberated. William M.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 1, 1991
Part-time commissioners such as Ed Conway, Larry Luera and Sally White of the Harbors, Beaches and Parks Commission are not often in the limelight in Orange County government and politics. But they deserve the public's attention and appreciation when they make an independent call in the best interest of the taxpayer, even if it means going against some powerful political sentiment.
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August 11, 1992 | LEN HALL
Sea Terrace Community Park, a long-promised 27-acre public park along Coast Highway, was finally dedicated Monday, although its opening is still six weeks off. A small celebration and ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on the dirt parcel that will be the first four acres of the park, which will be constructed at the intersection of Niguel Road in the Monarch Beach section of town.
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May 27, 1992 | LEN HALL
David Lewis, administrator of the Capistrano Bay Park and Recreation District for the past decade, announced recently that he will leave his post to become the first director of parks and recreation for the new city of Laguna Hills. Lewis, 41, told the district board of directors of his plans last week, an announcement that came as a surprise, board President Ed Conway said. "It was a bombshell, but people have to move on," Conway said. "Ten years is a long time at one position.
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April 2, 1988 | MARIANN HANSEN, Times Staff Writer
The Orange County registrar of voters Friday verified 25 candidates for the June 7 City Council race in the proposed city that would include Dana Point, Capistrano Beach and coastal Laguna Niguel. If voters approve the measure to incorporate the 6-square-mile area, the five candidates receiving the most votes will become the first City Council on Jan. 1, 1989. Of the 25 candidates running, 15 are from Dana Point, six are from Laguna Niguel and four are from Capistrano Beach.
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