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January 2, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They come from varied backgrounds--homemakers, accountants, businessmen, attorneys, teachers and community volunteers. The youngest is 22 and the oldest 56. But as these 21 residents of El Toro and Laguna Hills prepare their campaigns for city council seats in what is expected to be Orange County's two newest cities, they all share a common goal: that the transition from county to municipal self-rule go as smoothly as possible.
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March 8, 1991 | DAVAN MAHARAJ
Saying that they were bound to follow the voters' choice, cityhood leaders on Thursday vowed to ensure that the name of their city will be Lake Forest despite expected objections by the Postal Service. Helen Wilson, who was leader of the Community Coalition for Incorporation until she declared her candidacy for the new city council last December, contacted postal authorities Thursday about the controversy involving the name of the city-to-be.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 8, 1991 | DAVAN MAHARAJ
Saying that they were bound to follow the voters' choice, cityhood leaders on Thursday vowed to ensure that the name of their city will be Lake Forest despite expected objections by the Postal Service. Helen Wilson, who was leader of the Community Coalition for Incorporation until she declared her candidacy for the new city council last December, contacted postal authorities Thursday about the controversy involving the name of the city-to-be.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 2, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They come from varied backgrounds--homemakers, accountants, businessmen, attorneys, teachers and community volunteers. The youngest is 22 and the oldest 56. But as these 21 residents of El Toro and Laguna Hills prepare their campaigns for city council seats in what is expected to be Orange County's two newest cities, they all share a common goal: that the transition from county to municipal self-rule go as smoothly as possible.
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