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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1987
Long Beach City Councilman Edd Tuttle has announced he will not seek reelection next year following an attempt by his ex-wife to garnish his city salary for non-payment of back child support. Mayor Ernie Kell said Tuttle, a nine-year councilman, told him Monday that he wants to leave the 8th District seat to spend more time with his family. Tuttle could not be reached for comment Tuesday.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1987
Long Beach City Councilman Edd Tuttle has announced he will not seek reelection next year following an attempt by his ex-wife to garnish his city salary for non-payment of back child support. Mayor Ernie Kell said Tuttle, a nine-year councilman, told him Monday that he wants to leave the 8th District seat to spend more time with his family. Tuttle could not be reached for comment Tuesday.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 10, 1987 | ROXANA KOPETMAN, Times Staff Writer
In February, Long Beach City Councilman Edd Tuttle took a helicopter ride--an innocuous flight that normally would have drawn little attention. But the helicopter caper has prompted more than a little intrigue and gossip at City Hall: One council member accused another of stealing his papers. The second councilman challenged the first to a lie detector test. A third asked police to dust his office for fingerprints. And police checked for prints on an anonymous letter to Sacramento.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 10, 1987 | ROXANA KOPETMAN, Times Staff Writer
In February, Long Beach City Councilman Edd Tuttle took a helicopter ride--an innocuous flight that normally would have drawn little attention. But the helicopter caper has prompted more than a little intrigue and gossip at City Hall: One council member accused another of stealing his papers. The second councilman challenged the first to a lie detector test. A third asked police to dust his office for fingerprints. And police checked for prints on an anonymous letter to Sacramento.
NEWS
December 10, 1987
Long Beach Councilman Edd Tuttle said he will pay more than $1,400 in back child support to his ex-wife, who last week filed documents to garnish Tuttle's city salary until the debt is settled. "It'll be paid off by the weekend," Tuttle said. "I feel the children are suffering dramatically by the push and pull. . . . " Tuttle and Jan Herman were divorced in 1979. They have two sons.
NEWS
June 14, 1987
National Council on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies, Long Beach chapter, will hold its annual Clarence J. Lewis Banquet on Friday at the Ramada Renaissance Hotel, 111 E. Ocean Blvd. A musical reception will begin at 6:30 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m. Honorees will be Vice Mayor Edd Tuttle, Thomas and Katherine Pike, Commissioner Bob Ward and the Junior League of Long Beach.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 1, 1988
A federal judge has ruled that a homeowner organization opposed to additional flights at the Long Beach Municipal Airport has no standing in his courtroom because the group's bylaws state that it will have no members. U.S. District Judge Laughlin Waters, citing the provision in the bylaws and raising questions about the proper name of the group, reversed his earlier decision to let L.B.
NEWS
September 27, 1987
Hollywood came to Long Beach recently to get clearance for making a movie, which would have meant a week's shooting here. That would have meant almost $20,000 for the city, and inestimable great publicity. But the City Council expected the movie company to wait around a week for clearance, and Councilman Edd Tuttle wanted assurance that the producer would give credits for the location. The producer canceled the shoot and went to Los Angeles, where the powers are not so unsophisticated about the value of a movie on their turf.
NEWS
April 28, 1988
Mayor Ernie Kell has added Councilman Wallace Edgerton to the list of council members endorsing him in his bid to become Long Beach's first modern-day full-time mayor. Edgerton, the District 1 councilman who was reelected April 12, said in a statement that "Kell always has maintained the highest standards of integrity as a public official and has represented our city ably."
NEWS
August 15, 1985
Councilman Edd Tuttle said he still wants to hire his girlfriend as his legislative assistant, but that a final decision on the matter probably will not be made until next week. Tuttle said Nancy Singel is weighing his job offer against taking a job as an elementary school teacher. Singel must make a decision on the teaching offer by Aug. 22, Tuttle said. If Singel does not accept that job, she will probably go to work with Tuttle, the councilman said.
NEWS
September 4, 1986
Reacting to Sunday's crash of an Aeromexico jetliner in Cerritos, the City Council has invited the Federal Aviation Administration to visit the city to provide assurances of air traffic safety in the Los Angeles basin. Councilman Tom Clark, who suggested the meeting, said he wanted to provide a forum for the FAA "to explain how safe we are and how safe are the other 70 communities" in the basin.
NEWS
October 16, 1986
A Long Beach Tidelands Agency study concludes that a proposed waterfront aquarium would be costly and require a site of at least two acres. The study, requested by City Council member Edd Tuttle, says that aquariums of at least 100,000 square feet can cost between $10 million and $50 million. The Tidelands Agency has three sites that could accommodate an aquarium, but the sites have some parking limitations, the report said.
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