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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 19, 1989
An investigation by the district attorney's office into possible misuse of travel expense accounts by Azusa city councilmen has cleared Mayor Eugene Moses of any criminal conduct in an unauthorized side trip he took while en route to a San Francisco meeting last year. The investigation was requested by the City Council after the August, 1988, League of California Cities convention, attended by Moses and three other council members.
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June 2, 1994 | RICK HOLGUIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assemblywoman Hilda L. Solis (D-El Monte) and Eugene F. Moses, the former mayor of Azusa, are working the blue-collar crowd, looking for votes in the Democratic primary Tuesday for the state Senate's 24th District. "We have to work to have jobs here, to have better schools . . . to fight against gangs," said Solis at a recent candidate forum. She then put her best cards on the table: "I have been in the Assembly two years and I have many friends."
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NEWS
June 2, 1994 | RICK HOLGUIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assemblywoman Hilda L. Solis (D-El Monte) and Eugene F. Moses, the former mayor of Azusa, are working the blue-collar crowd, looking for votes in the Democratic primary Tuesday for the state Senate's 24th District. "We have to work to have jobs here, to have better schools . . . to fight against gangs," said Solis at a recent candidate forum. She then put her best cards on the table: "I have been in the Assembly two years and I have many friends."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 19, 1989
An investigation by the district attorney's office into possible misuse of travel expense accounts by Azusa city councilmen has cleared Mayor Eugene Moses of any criminal conduct in an unauthorized side trip he took while en route to a San Francisco meeting last year. The investigation was requested by the City Council after the August, 1988, League of California Cities convention, attended by Moses and three other council members.
NEWS
July 25, 1985
Pictures and posters of missing children will be placed on the doors of the city's utility trucks. The City Council recently approved the proposal, made by its electrical workers' union, to help in the statewide effort to find missing children. Mayor Eugene Moses said officials believe that the high visibility of the city's repair trucks may help in identifying some missing children.
NEWS
August 14, 1986
The City Council has reversed its vote to place a moratorium on construction of multiple-unit housing and instead ordered the city staff to study the utilization of conditional-use permits as a way to prevent high-density development from overtaking the city. City Administrator Lloyd Wood said that the city now approves projects on an individual basis and that a conditional-use-permit system would enable the council to impose overall guidelines on construction within the city.
NEWS
August 20, 1987
The City Council has endorsed the City of Irwindale's efforts to provide a new home for the Los Angeles Raiders and will ask Supervisor Pete Schabarum to support the project. Councilman Lucio Cruz suggested the appeal to Schabarum, noting that Irwindale is seeking approval to use county land for parking for the proposed stadium, which would be built in a gravel pit.
NEWS
December 27, 1992
A proposal for Azusa to give $500 per month to the Los Angeles County Azusa Public Health Facility failed to win City Council approval on a 2-2 vote. The center, at 150 N. Azusa Ave., is a county facility staffed by volunteer physicians. Mayor Eugene Moses suggested the contribution as a small compensation for the services, used by many Azusa residents. Councilman Stephen Alexander voted with Moses.
NEWS
February 22, 1990
Cash campaign contributions up to $100 are again legal under an urgency ordinance adopted by the City Council in a 4-1 vote. The ordinance, effective immediately, amends one adopted last month to ban all cash contributions. The city clerk's office requested the amendment because of the "monumental task" of auditing all the checks and money orders. "We also want to make it easier for the public," said Connie Lara, assistant city clerk.
NEWS
February 27, 1986
Longtime Azusa resident Jessie O'Shea has been appointed a member of the Planning Commission, replacing Herbert Fisher in a move that sharply divided the City Council. Councilmen Bruce Latta, Lucio Cruz and James Cook last month voted for Fisher's removal because ill health had caused him to miss several commission meetings. The three appointed Sarah Peterson to the seven-member commission over the objection of Mayor Eugene Moses, who nominated O'Shea, who has long sought the appointment.
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