February 3, 1990
Fairchild Control Systems Co. in Manhattan Beach won a $517,430 contract from the Air Force to supply engine accessories.
March 7, 1985 |
Filing for the April 16 municipal election closed Saturday, with 13 candidates vying for three City Council positions, including the mayor's post, and six others seeking jobs as city attorney, clerk or treasurer. All six incumbents are seeking reelection, although one councilman is running for mayor rather than defending his council seat.
August 30, 1989 |
A Claremont attorney announced Tuesday that the Justice Department has intervened in a federal lawsuit in Los Angeles that alleges that a California subsidiary of Fairchild Industries defrauded the government on contracts to provide backup fuel tank devices for fighter planes and other equipment to the Air Force. The suit, filed by attorney Philip Benson, asserts that Fairchild Control Systems Co.
March 7, 1985 |
The names of two candidates for City Council and one for city clerk will not be on the April 16 municipal ballot because of errors on filing documents, City Clerk Charles Davis said Wednesday. Davis said he will not certify the candidacy of council aspirants James Hays Jr., director of the Compton YMCA, and Walter Goodin, vice president of the city's United Council of Block Clubs, because of invalid signatures on their nominating papers.
March 10, 1985 |
Outspoken Councilman Maxcy Filer's last-minute decision to challenge his friend, incumbent Mayor Walter Tucker, has added an intriguing dimension to an April 16 municipal election already notable for contentious candidates and debates on crime and redevelopment. By the close of filing last Saturday, 13 candidates were vying for three City Council positions, including the mayor's post, and six others were seeking jobs as city attorney, clerk or treasurer. Council candidate James Hays Jr.