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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 1990
My cable company has been collecting what they call an "Orange County Property Tax" from me for several months now. Would someone care to tell me what they're doing with the interest on my money? Cable companies have bad service, and we, the people, have no choice because they have a monopoly! EILEEN E. PADBERG Irvine
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 2000
Re "Gender Gap, Republicans and Abortion," Orange County Voices, July 9: Hats off to you, Eileen E. Padberg! It's refreshing to hear from an intelligent, open-minded Republican woman. Reality checks are very much needed when it comes to the subject of abortion. Stand-up articles such as yours are greatly appreciated. We must always continue to speak out for our daughters. Bravo Eileen! PATRICIA BENCOMO La Habra
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 2000
Re "Gender Gap, Republicans and Abortion," Orange County Voices, July 9: Hats off to you, Eileen E. Padberg! It's refreshing to hear from an intelligent, open-minded Republican woman. Reality checks are very much needed when it comes to the subject of abortion. Stand-up articles such as yours are greatly appreciated. We must always continue to speak out for our daughters. Bravo Eileen! PATRICIA BENCOMO La Habra
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 27, 1992 | VIRGINIA ELLIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite opposition from Rep. Robert K. Dornan, Orange County political consultant Eileen Padberg easily won a state Senate committee's endorsement Wednesday of her appointment to the State Commission on the Status of Women. The Senate Rules Committee voted unanimously to recommend that the full Senate confirm Padberg's appointment by Gov. Pete Wilson after Dornan, who had asked for a hearing on the issue, failed to show up. "His plane probably was delayed or something," Sen. William A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 7, 1990
President Bush has appointed Orange County political consultant Eileen E. Padberg to the Small Business Administration's National Advisory Council. The council is a liaison between the agency and the small business community. Its members evaluate current SBA programs, investigate small business issues and direct local small business advisory councils. Padberg, who lives in Laguna Niguel, has been involved in public affairs and political consulting for more than 15 years.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1991
I am writing regarding the April 4 editorial, "A Lot of Confusion on Measure J." Sheriff Brad Gates never assured "cities that, if Measure J were to pass, the Board of Supervisors would probably revoke jail booking fees." The letter he sent to City Council members says only that he would support the elimination of jail booking fees if J passes. And when we get calls from council members, we tell them the same thing: We don't know what the board will do, but the sheriff would support eliminating the fees if J passes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 1992 | JEFFREY A. PERLMAN, TIMES URBAN AFFAIRS WRITER
Seeking revenge for June's primary election challenge, Rep. Robert K. Dornan is opposing the appointment of a veteran political consultant to the state Commission on the Status of Women. Dornan, a Garden Grove Republican, is incensed about Gov. Pete Wilson's nomination of Eileen Padberg to the state panel, which will be considered at a Wednesday hearing of the state Senate's Rules Committee in Sacramento.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 27, 1992 | VIRGINIA ELLIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite opposition from Rep. Robert K. Dornan, Orange County political consultant Eileen Padberg easily won a state Senate committee's endorsement Wednesday of her appointment to the State Commission on the Status of Women. The Senate Rules Committee voted unanimously to recommend that the full Senate confirm Padberg's appointment by Gov. Pete Wilson after Dornan, who had asked for a hearing on the issue, failed to show up. "His plane probably was delayed or something," Sen. William A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 17, 1992 | Dana Parsons
Eileen Padberg is toying with a Cobb salad over lunch while providing sparkling conversational theater. Equal parts anguish, earthy humor and vitriol, she's apparently decided not to trifle with merely burning bridges and opted instead to strafe them, rig them with TNT and personally push the plunger on the detonator.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 1992 | JEFFREY A. PERLMAN, TIMES URBAN AFFAIRS WRITER
Seeking revenge for June's primary election challenge, Rep. Robert K. Dornan is opposing the appointment of a veteran political consultant to the state Commission on the Status of Women. Dornan, a Garden Grove Republican, is incensed about Gov. Pete Wilson's nomination of Eileen Padberg to the state panel, which will be considered at a Wednesday hearing of the state Senate's Rules Committee in Sacramento.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 17, 1992 | Dana Parsons
Eileen Padberg is toying with a Cobb salad over lunch while providing sparkling conversational theater. Equal parts anguish, earthy humor and vitriol, she's apparently decided not to trifle with merely burning bridges and opted instead to strafe them, rig them with TNT and personally push the plunger on the detonator.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1991
I am writing regarding the April 4 editorial, "A Lot of Confusion on Measure J." Sheriff Brad Gates never assured "cities that, if Measure J were to pass, the Board of Supervisors would probably revoke jail booking fees." The letter he sent to City Council members says only that he would support the elimination of jail booking fees if J passes. And when we get calls from council members, we tell them the same thing: We don't know what the board will do, but the sheriff would support eliminating the fees if J passes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 1990
My cable company has been collecting what they call an "Orange County Property Tax" from me for several months now. Would someone care to tell me what they're doing with the interest on my money? Cable companies have bad service, and we, the people, have no choice because they have a monopoly! EILEEN E. PADBERG Irvine
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 7, 1990
President Bush has appointed Orange County political consultant Eileen E. Padberg to the Small Business Administration's National Advisory Council. The council is a liaison between the agency and the small business community. Its members evaluate current SBA programs, investigate small business issues and direct local small business advisory councils. Padberg, who lives in Laguna Niguel, has been involved in public affairs and political consulting for more than 15 years.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1999 | Marissa Espino, (714) 965-7172, Ext. 15
Huntington Beach Union High School trustees last week voted to hire two public relations firms to continue the district's effort to publicize its $165 million in infrastructure needs. The district's contract with Eileen E. Padberg Consulting runs until June 30 and will not exceed $25,000, plus expenses. Sheldon Communications' agreement with the district runs through June 30; the amount of that contract will not exceed $15,000, plus expenses.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1996
Before all these liberals like Eileen E. Padberg (Commentary, Nov. 14) get carried away with their convoluted hallucinations about the 46th Congressional District election results, they should pay attention to the numbers and the facts. If Bob Dornan happens to lose this election and his opponent is elected, it would be because the Ross Perot party candidate polled a little over 3,000 votes in this race; these votes would have gone almost 100% to Dornan. In two years when we have the midterm elections Loretta Sanchez, the left-wing liberal, will become history.
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