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August 6, 1991 | JOHN CHANDLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Lancaster City Council on Monday night rehired a former city manager--the fourth occupant of the post in three years--with extensive connections to the real estate industry that will pose potential conflict-of-interest problems for at least a year. James C. Gilley, 42, who served as Lancaster's top executive from July, 1981, to July, 1988, will return to that job, starting Monday, with a three-year contract, council members announced at a Monday night news conference.
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November 9, 1994 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After a boisterous three-hour hearing, the City Council voted to extend City Manager James C. Gilley's contract despite a public outcry over several provisions, including his salary and severance pay. Gilley's contract, which was due to expire in August, 1997, was extended on a 3-2 vote for another year at an annual salary of $127,000, with pay raises linked to the yearly increase in the consumer price index.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 9, 1994 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After a boisterous three-hour hearing, the City Council voted to extend City Manager James C. Gilley's contract despite a public outcry over several provisions, including his salary and severance pay. Gilley's contract, which was due to expire in August, 1997, was extended on a 3-2 vote for another year at an annual salary of $127,000, with pay raises linked to the yearly increase in the consumer price index.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1991 | JOHN CHANDLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Lancaster City Council on Monday night rehired a former city manager--the fourth occupant of the post in three years--with extensive connections to the real estate industry that will pose potential conflict-of-interest problems for at least a year. James C. Gilley, 42, who served as Lancaster's top executive from July, 1981, to July, 1988, will return to that job, starting Monday, with a three-year contract, council members announced at a Monday night news conference.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 3, 1995 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This city's proposed budget for next fiscal year will increase by only 2.8%, but city officials said that increase is a welcome indication that the area's long-awaited economic turnaround is at hand. "We look at it as being a healthy sign," Gary Hill, the city's finance director, said Tuesday. "California is coming out of the recession, and Lancaster is along with it. We did see a little growth last year. We're looking at more growth in the coming year."
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December 9, 2003 | Richard Fausset, Times Staff Writer
The Lancaster City Council tonight will consider a modified plan to combat crime associated with rental housing, after a proposal to charge landlords a yearly fee of $95 per unit was opposed by the local Realtors association. The plan, devised by City Manager James C. Gilley, would still impose a fee on many landlords to help pay for added police.
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May 19, 1994 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
City officials unveiled a proposed 1994-95 budget Wednesday that calls for the layoff of four employees and a boost in law enforcement spending, but no significant change in other city services. Lancaster's general fund expenditures, covering day-to-day city operations, would total $28.7 million, up just $22,600 from last year. "We're basically calling it a budget to maintain the same service levels as we've had in the past," said Dennis Davenport, assistant city manager.
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April 8, 1990 | MARY LOU LOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's way out there, but David Murdock's new Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks is spring's new "in" place for charity do-gooding. Supporters of Crittenton Center for Young Women and Infants revel in splendor there April 21 for their "Afternoon in the Country" benefit planned by Katrina Cord and Barbara McMahon (she's also persuaded Princess Maria of Borbon, second in line to King Juan Carlos of Spain, to judge the Miss Universe Pageant Thursday).
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