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May 27, 1996
Orange County Board of Supervisors meeting What: The board will consider financial issues related to its bankruptcy recovery plan. Supervisors might also decide whether to conduct an environmental impact report on the proposed expansion of the James A. Musick Branch Jail in Lake Forest. Some neighbors oppose the expansion. When: Tuesday, 10 a.m.
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July 2, 1986 | KRISTINA LINDGREN, Times Staff Writer
The 1985-86 Orange County Grand Jury went out swinging Tuesday, charging that security in the Central Courthouse has not kept pace with the volume or severity of the felony cases handled there. In the first of three final reports issued Tuesday, the outgoing panel recommended that Marshal James C. Byham speed completion of a security plan for the 11-story courthouse in downtown Santa Ana and institute a photo identification-badge system for court personnel.
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May 14, 1996 | LEN HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Twenty-two South County water and sewer districts could be consolidated into five larger districts and six city departments without sacrificing local accountability, delivery and control, according to a study to be released today .
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January 4, 1990 | TONY MARCANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The City Council on Wednesday night decided to tackle the problem of scavengers who spread household trash on streets while foraging for recyclables. The council approved the formation of a committee to study drafting an ordinance that would impose fines on inconsiderate hunters of cans, bottles and other recyclables. The council authorized Councilman Robert F.
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January 24, 1998
Mayor Bruce Broadwater Age: 59 Occupation: State deputy labor commissioner First elected: November 1992 to council; November 1994 as mayor Term expires: November 1998 Key issues: Considers many of the city's problems to be under control, but sees finances and keeping the city solvent as major concerns; says the city is working hard to lure new business into Garden Grove, a much-needed way of increasing sales and bed tax revenue to bolster the city's budget.
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October 26, 1989 | BILL BILLITER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A turf battle among government agencies will come to a head next week when a vote will be held on a proposal to expand the agency, which rules on annexations and cityhood. Fast-growing South Orange County is particularly interested in the struggle because several of its communities are seeking cityhood. "I think it would become harder for communities to become cities" under the proposed change, Dana Point Mayor Eileen Krause said. "And I can tell you it's already hard enough."
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September 1, 1996 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dealing a sobering defeat to Assembly Speaker Curt Pringle, the Senate scuttled a bill late Saturday that sought to shrink local government by merging a spate of Orange County water districts with adjoining agencies or letting them privatize. Aides to Pringle blamed the bill's demise on partisan politics, saying Senate Leader Bill Lockyer (D-Hayward) decreed that it should be left to die without being taken up in the Senate Appropriations Committee.
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November 5, 1992
Rossmoor Community Services District Governing Board Member 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Linda S. Goodrich: 2,136 (16.9) Jim Alexander: 1,868 (14.8) John H. Hunt: 1,743 (13.8) Ed Burchman: 1,635 (12.9) Vincent S. Celano: 1,437 (11.4) James E. Bailey: 1,256 (9.9) Joel M. Rattner: 1,001 (7.9) Thomas Amberry: 847 (6.7) Robin J. Bissonnette: 732 (5.8) Capistrano Bay Park & Recreation District Governing Board Member 2 Elected 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Toni Gallagher: 3,851 (19.
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October 10, 1996 | CATHY WERBLIN
The city's overall financial health, its ability to pay for police services and the possible privatizing of its Fire Department and water operation are the major issues among the four mayoral candidates and eight City Council hopefuls in Garden Grove. Each of the candidates promotes attracting new business to the city as a way of stemming the budget crisis and solving the city's public safety needs.
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September 4, 1992 | MATT LAIT and JODI WILGOREN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Blindsided by a surprise cut in court funding, Orange County officials scrambled Thursday to fend off a new fiscal crisis, while utility districts confirmed that thousands of consumers will have to pay more for services such as garbage disposal and water. After anticipating for months that state lawmakers would cut local court funding by roughly $6 million, county officials are now faced with a reduction of $11.5 million as a result of a veto Wednesday by Gov. Pete Wilson.
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