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July 20, 1996
James D. Petrikin will seek reelection to the City Council for a third four-year term in November. Mayor George B. Scott said he has decided to bow out of public service after 21 years on the council. Since the filing period opened Monday, seven residents, including Petrikin, have taken out nomination papers, city officials said. The deadline to return them is Aug. 9. A 20-year resident of Fountain Valley, Petrikin was elected to the council in November 1988. The city does not have term limits.
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June 6, 1998 | JOHN CANALIS
Voters will choose City Councilman James D. Petrikin's replacement at the Nov. 3 general election. Saying he suffered health problems, Petrikin resigned in May amid accusations he was living in Northern California, violating an election law that requires council members to live in the cities they represent. The City Council on Tuesday opted to fill Petrikin's seat by election rather than appoint a replacement. Candidates have from July 13 to Aug.
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November 7, 1992 | DEBRA CANO
Voters reelected two incumbents to the City Council, despite claims by a challenger and some residents that Councilman George B. Scott has served too long. Scott, 60, was elected to the council for the sixth time and will be serving his third consecutive term. Mayor James D. Petrikin, 52, who was first elected in 1988, won another four years on the council. Voters in 1984 passed a measure to limit terms to two consecutive terms.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 15, 1996
Seven candidates, including one incumbent, are seeking two open City Council seats. A quick look at the contenders: * Doug Bannister Age: 299 Occupation: Insurance agent. Background: Member, Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce, former staff officer, Huntington Beach Search and Rescue; Boy Scouts of America endowment volunteer. Major issues: Support Police Department and keep crime down; oppose new taxes and fees; encourage new business.
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October 10, 1992
Four candidates are competing in the Nov. 3 election for two seats on the Fountain Valley City Council. Dan Hoppy Age: 46 Occupation: Businessman Background: Former Fountain Valley planning commissioner; former Planning Commission liaison to the city's Committee for the Handicapped; former member of Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce; past director of Fountain Valley Rotary Club; chairman of successful 1984 ballot initiative to limit council members to two consecutive four-year terms.
NEWS
November 8, 1989
MEASURE M Increase Sales Tax For Roads 100% Precincts Reporting Yes: 47% No: 53% Pro M Reaction, See Story, A29 MEASURE N Repeal Gay Rights Protection 100% Precincts Reporting Yes: 53% No: 47% MEASURE O Create City of Laguna Niguel 100% Precincts Reporting Yes: 89% No:11% See story, B1 FOUNTAIN VALLEY RECALL Recall Councilman Fred Voss 100% Precincts Reporting Yes: 64% No: 36% See story, B6 * Roundup of Other Issues and County Races, See Story, A31 * Newport-Mesa School District Results, See
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1994 | DEBRA CANO
Councilman Guy Carrozzo, who spent $834 on his campaign for reelection, is expected to become the city's new mayor Dec. 6. That's the date the council is scheduled to hold its annual reorganization meeting. Carrozzo, who was among three incumbents reelected last week, is in line for the ceremonial seat that is rotated among council members. Carrozzo, 62, refused to accept contributions as he sought his second four-year term.
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October 19, 1990 | ROSE APODACA
Businessman John J. Collins has spent almost $2,800 in his campaign for the City Council, more than twice the amount of the total campaign budgets of two other candidates, according to his campaign financial statement. Collins' biggest payment--$2,200--went to American Union Printing for flyers. He has raised $4,900 for his campaign to fill one of three seats after two failed attempts in 1988 and 1989. Candidates Marvin P.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 10, 1996
The Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring an election forum at 7 tonight in City Hall, 10200 Slater Ave. Six of the seven candidates seeking two open City Council seats plan to participate, organizers said. Expected to attend are incumbent James D. Petrikin; Doug Bannister, a business owner; Virginia Harter, a business owner; Barry G. Migliorini, a businessman; Mark R. Matthews, an attorney; and Chuck Conlosh, a police officer. Candidate Larry R.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 10, 1996
The Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring an election forum at 7 tonight in City Hall, 10200 Slater Ave. Six of the seven candidates seeking two open City Council seats plan to participate, organizers said. Expected to attend are incumbent James D. Petrikin; Doug Bannister, a business owner; Virginia Harter, a business owner; Barry G. Migliorini, a businessman; Mark R. Matthews, an attorney; and Chuck Conlosh, a police officer. Candidate Larry R.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1996
James D. Petrikin will seek reelection to the City Council for a third four-year term in November. Mayor George B. Scott said he has decided to bow out of public service after 21 years on the council. Since the filing period opened Monday, seven residents, including Petrikin, have taken out nomination papers, city officials said. The deadline to return them is Aug. 9. A 20-year resident of Fountain Valley, Petrikin was elected to the council in November 1988. The city does not have term limits.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1994 | DEBRA CANO
Councilman Guy Carrozzo, who spent $834 on his campaign for reelection, is expected to become the city's new mayor Dec. 6. That's the date the council is scheduled to hold its annual reorganization meeting. Carrozzo, who was among three incumbents reelected last week, is in line for the ceremonial seat that is rotated among council members. Carrozzo, 62, refused to accept contributions as he sought his second four-year term.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 1992 | DEBRA CANO
Voters reelected two incumbents to the City Council, despite claims by a challenger and some residents that Councilman George B. Scott has served too long. Scott, 60, was elected to the council for the sixth time and will be serving his third consecutive term. Mayor James D. Petrikin, 52, who was first elected in 1988, won another four years on the council. Voters in 1984 passed a measure to limit terms to two consecutive terms.
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August 11, 1992 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Mayor James Petrikin and Councilman George Scott will run for reelection for the two open City Council seats in November. They will be joined in the race by businessmen Dan Hoppy and Robert Hoxsie. Hoppy, 46, is a former planning commissioner. In 1984, he chaired a committee that initiated a popular drive to limit council members to two consecutive terms. Hoppy, who said last week that he wants to increase police programs, owns a real estate business and has lived in Fountain Valley since 1974.
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November 10, 1990 | ROSE APODACA
Mayor Laurann Cook overwhelmingly won reelection to the City Council, but voters ousted incumbent James E. Neal. Seats were won by community leader John Collins and Guy Carozzo, a retired high school principal. "I was elated and very pleased that the citizens expressed their confidence in me by showing their wide support," Cook said.
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June 6, 1998 | JOHN CANALIS
Voters will choose City Councilman James D. Petrikin's replacement at the Nov. 3 general election. Saying he suffered health problems, Petrikin resigned in May amid accusations he was living in Northern California, violating an election law that requires council members to live in the cities they represent. The City Council on Tuesday opted to fill Petrikin's seat by election rather than appoint a replacement. Candidates have from July 13 to Aug.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 1989 | BOB SCHWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Wooed by what almost surely will be the most expensive campaign in Orange County history, voters will decide today whether to pay a half-cent more in sales tax to help finance a 20-year plan to make the county's clogged roads and freeways more tolerable. Campaign contributions for Measure M, the transportation improvement plan, on Monday hit a near record $2.4 million, most from developers and building industry representatives.
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October 19, 1990 | ROSE APODACA
Businessman John J. Collins has spent almost $2,800 in his campaign for the City Council, more than twice the amount of the total campaign budgets of two other candidates, according to his campaign financial statement. Collins' biggest payment--$2,200--went to American Union Printing for flyers. He has raised $4,900 for his campaign to fill one of three seats after two failed attempts in 1988 and 1989. Candidates Marvin P.
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