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November 29, 1993
One political scholar likens it to a "hostile takeover" of the Los Angeles city bureaucracy. Minority activists fear that it signals an ominous reversal in representation of the ethnic, urban poor. One thing is clear: Businessman-turned-mayor Richard Riordan has engineered the most sweeping shake-up of powerful City Hall citizen commissions in nearly a generation.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1993
One political scholar likens it to a "hostile takeover" of the Los Angeles city bureaucracy. Minority activists fear that it signals an ominous reversal in representation of the ethnic, urban poor. One thing is clear: Businessman-turned-mayor Richard Riordan has engineered the most sweeping shake-up of powerful City Hall citizen commissions in nearly a generation.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1993
Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan has appointed more than 200 people to citizen commissions overseeing everything from the city's Police Department to its libraries. All the appointees, with the exception of those on the Board of Public Works, have agreed to forgo the per-meeting stipends paid to commissioners. AFFORDABLE HOUSING Tod A. Burnett Dina A. Gonzalez Aaron E. Michaelsen Brenda Y. Shockley AIRPORT COMMISSION Martha Brown Hicks Daniel P. Garcia Patricia Schnegg Theodore O. Stein, Jr.
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