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April 7, 1990 | RICK HOLGUIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The political truth is jarring: Huntington Park is more than 90% Latino but a Latino has never held a seat on the City Council. But Tuesday's election could make city history because Latinos are favored to capture at least one of three seats up for grabs. Longtime incumbents William P. Cunningham and Jim Roberts are engaged in the toughest campaign of their political careers against two strong Latino candidates.
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July 14, 2000
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Thursday temporarily prohibited Huntington Park from hiring a new trash hauler until a lawsuit by the city's current commercial disposal firm is settled. The ruling stems from a 3-2 vote by the City Council last week to cancel a 10-year, $18-million contract with Consolidated Disposal Services Inc.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 14, 2000
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Thursday temporarily prohibited Huntington Park from hiring a new trash hauler until a lawsuit by the city's current commercial disposal firm is settled. The ruling stems from a 3-2 vote by the City Council last week to cancel a 10-year, $18-million contract with Consolidated Disposal Services Inc.
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April 7, 1990 | RICK HOLGUIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The political truth is jarring: Huntington Park is more than 90% Latino but a Latino has never held a seat on the City Council. But Tuesday's election could make city history because Latinos are favored to capture at least one of three seats up for grabs. Longtime incumbents William P. Cunningham and Jim Roberts are engaged in the toughest campaign of their political careers against two strong Latino candidates.
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