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April 14, 2002
Re "End the Tustin Base Dispute," Editorial, March 31: Your editorial made some excellent points. Valuable time and money have been spent and wasted as this dispute drags on. Attorney fees and time spent by the Santa Ana Unified School District personnel on trying to get clean land for schools will be seen as well spent once this situation is settled. Santa Ana Unified needs the good, clean land on the base. Prevention is better than demolition. The moral and fiduciary responsibility the district board has to its residents and students is to assure to the best of their knowledge that schools and playgrounds are safe.
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April 14, 2002
Re "End the Tustin Base Dispute," Editorial, March 31: Your editorial made some excellent points. Valuable time and money have been spent and wasted as this dispute drags on. Attorney fees and time spent by the Santa Ana Unified School District personnel on trying to get clean land for schools will be seen as well spent once this situation is settled. Santa Ana Unified needs the good, clean land on the base. Prevention is better than demolition. The moral and fiduciary responsibility the district board has to its residents and students is to assure to the best of their knowledge that schools and playgrounds are safe.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 7, 1992 | JON NALICK
Trying to improve education in the face of declining state funding will be the primary goal for both new members of the Rancho Santiago College District Board of Trustees. When they assume their new jobs next Monday, Tom Saenz and Enriqueta L. Ramos will help guide a district that has been pummeled by the state's budget crisis and forced to cut $7 million from its budget this academic year alone.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 7, 1992 | JON NALICK
Trying to improve education in the face of declining state funding will be the primary goal for both new members of the Rancho Santiago College District Board of Trustees. When they assume their new jobs next Monday, Tom Saenz and Enriqueta L. Ramos will help guide a district that has been pummeled by the state's budget crisis and forced to cut $7 million from its budget this academic year alone.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 30, 1996 | LORI HAYCOX and MIMI KO CRUZ
Trustees of the Rancho Santiago Community College District have adopted a resolution stating their opposition to Proposition 209, which would end government-sponsored affirmative action programs, including those in education. "We support access to higher education in the state of California regardless of a student's race, gender, color, ethnicity or national origin," Board President Enriqueta L. Ramos said. Voters will decide the fate of the initiative next Tuesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 15, 1994 | JON NALICK
The governing board of the Rancho Santiago Community College District has reelected Charles W. (Pete) Maddox as its president. The board elected Maddox in a unanimous vote at its regular meeting Monday night. During the same meeting, board members also named Enriqueta L. Ramos vice president and Lawrence R. Labrado clerk. The president runs board meetings and represents the district at special functions. The vice president fills in when the president is absent.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 24, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ
A successor to Tom Saenz, who retired earlier this month from the board of the Rancho Santiago Community College District, will be chosen by voters in November, trustees decided this week. After a public hearing Monday, the board chose not to appoint someone to fill Saenz's seat, which would have come open in November. Doing so would be a disservice to the appointee and the district, trustees said. Saenz's retirement followed the resignation in June of Shirley A. Ralston.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ
Veteran Trustee Shirley A. Ralston has resigned from the board of Rancho Santiago Community College District, and Trustee Tom Saenz plans to do the same in July, officials said this week. Ralston, elected to the board in 1981 and reelected in 1985, 1989 and 1993, stepped down because her husband recently retired and the couple has moved to Kentucky, officials said. A successor will be elected in November to complete her term, which expires in 1997.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1993 | JON NALICK
In a split vote, Charles W. (Pete) Maddox has been named president of the governing board of Rancho Santiago College District. The board voted 4 to 3 this week to name Maddox to the post. Trustees Brian E. Conley, Michael Ortell, Enriqueta L. Ramos and Maddox voted for his election. Trustees Carol Enos, Shirley Ralston and Tom Saenz opposed it. Earlier, Ralston nominated Saenz to fill the position, but that motion failed on a 4-3 vote.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 17, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ
Three incumbents running for reelection to the board of Rancho Santiago Community College District can celebrate victory early: No one has come forward to challenge them for their seats. Enriqueta L. Ramos, president of the board, and trustees Michael Ortell and Brian E. Conley will serve another four years without having to campaign. Ramos will be the guest at a victory party today at the home of supporters Albert and Virginia Castillo.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 4, 1997 | MIMI KO CRUZ
Western State University College of Law has formed a committee to attract more minority students and faculty to the 31-year-old institution. Western State officials said the goal of the Diversity Outreach Committee is threefold: It aims to provide information about law careers to minority communities countywide; to get the word out that the college is recruiting minorities; and to find out what the school can do to better serve minorities, said Joel H.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 31, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ MIMI KO CRUZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Rancho Santiago Community College District has approved a feasibility study to determine the cost of a proposal to move district offices from the Santa Ana campus to a vacant building across 17th Street. Board member Tom Saenz, who cast the only dissenting vote, said he is "philosophically opposed" to moving the district offices because "I feel administration should be visible to students and staff." But Chancellor Vivian B.
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