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September 18, 1991
Measure A Authorize creation of a benefit assessment district that would raise property taxes to pay for a new police station. 15 of 20 Precincts Reporting MEASURE VOTE % Yes 2,085 60.2 No 1,376 39.8 Simple majority needed for passage BELL GARDENS Advisory measure: Should the City of Bell Gardens contract with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for law enforcement services? 5 of 5 Precincts Reporting MEASURE VOTE % Yes 141 22.8 No 478 77.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 18, 1991
Measure A Authorize creation of a benefit assessment district that would raise property taxes to pay for a new police station. 15 of 20 Precincts Reporting MEASURE VOTE % Yes 2,085 60.2 No 1,376 39.8 Simple majority needed for passage BELL GARDENS Advisory measure: Should the City of Bell Gardens contract with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for law enforcement services? 5 of 5 Precincts Reporting MEASURE VOTE % Yes 141 22.8 No 478 77.
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October 28, 1990 | DENISE HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Candidates for the Alhambra City and High School Districts board are stressing educational experience and business expertise as they campaign for two open seats. Five candidates, including 12-year incumbent Dora Padilla, are running in the Nov. 6 election. Padilla, 56, a homemaker and school board member since 1978, is running for her fourth term. "The condition of California schools, especially Alhambra, calls for knowledgeable, experienced leadership," Padilla says.
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October 28, 1990 | DENISE HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Candidates for the Alhambra City and High School Districts board are stressing educational experience and business expertise as they campaign for two open seats. Five candidates, including 12-year incumbent Dora Padilla, are running in the Nov. 6 election. Padilla, 56, a homemaker and school board member since 1978, is running for her fourth term. "The condition of California schools, especially Alhambra, calls for knowledgeable, experienced leadership," Padilla says.
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October 28, 1990 | IRENE CHANG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The City Council elections are shaping up to be a low-key affair, with Councilman Michael A. Blanco running against an opponent he beat handily four years ago, and two unopposed councilwomen being automatically granted four-year terms. Blanco, 41, and Sonia McIntosh, a homemaker, are vying for the city's 5th District council seat, which represents the west part of the city. Councilwomen Mary Louise Bunker and Barbara A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 2, 1986
Los Angeles County voters go to the polls Tuesday to choose an assessor and two judges and to decide a jail bond issue. Voters in the city of Los Angeles face three ballot measures, but no elected offices. There are local elections in Alhambra, El Segundo, Lancaster, Santa Monica, Inglewood, Lynwood and West Hollywood, in addition to local ballot measures. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Information is available during business hours by calling City Hall, (213) 485-3581.
NEWS
February 27, 1992 | IRENE CHANG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When 34-year-old Talmadge V. Burke was appointed to the Alhambra City Commission on Feb. 19, 1952, he was a political novice merely following in the footsteps of his father, former Mayor Montivel A. Burke. "He was just a skinny no one when he went in," joked Warner Jenkins, editor emeritus of the Alhambra Post-Advocate and a close friend of Burke's. Forty years, 10 elections to what is now the City Council and several added pounds later, Burke has become something of an Alhambra institution.
NEWS
October 28, 1990 | IRENE CHANG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The City Council elections are shaping up to be a low-key affair, with Councilman Michael A. Blanco running against an opponent he beat handily four years ago, and two unopposed councilwomen being automatically granted four-year terms. Blanco, 41, and Sonia McIntosh, a homemaker, are vying for the city's 5th District council seat, which represents the west part of the city. Councilwomen Mary Louise Bunker and Barbara A.
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