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April 4, 1998 | LESLEY WRIGHT
After twice failing, the Orange Political Action Committee this week finally cleared the legal hurdles necessary to launch a recall drive against Mayor Joanne Coontz. In a petition that will have to be signed by 8,000 of the city's 55,000 voters, the group accuses Coontz of covering up financial scandals, firing the police chief on false charges and being an ineffective leader. Coontz refers to the recall leader, community activist Carole Walters, as a failed mayoral candidate.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 4, 1998 | LESLEY WRIGHT
After twice failing, the Orange Political Action Committee this week finally cleared the legal hurdles necessary to launch a recall drive against Mayor Joanne Coontz. In a petition that will have to be signed by 8,000 of the city's 55,000 voters, the group accuses Coontz of covering up financial scandals, firing the police chief on false charges and being an ineffective leader. Coontz refers to the recall leader, community activist Carole Walters, as a failed mayoral candidate.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 1, 1998 | LESLEY WRIGHT
The Orange Political Action Committee is launching a third strike in a recall drive against Mayor Joanne Coontz that has bogged down in procedural snafus. The recall petitions, submitted by community activists angered over Coontz's vote to fire Police Chief John R. Robertson, have twice been rejected because of procedural errors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 1, 1998 | LESLEY WRIGHT
The Orange Political Action Committee is launching a third strike in a recall drive against Mayor Joanne Coontz that has bogged down in procedural snafus. The recall petitions, submitted by community activists angered over Coontz's vote to fire Police Chief John R. Robertson, have twice been rejected because of procedural errors.
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