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March 31, 1992 | TOM McQUEENEY
John L. Fellows III will be replaced as the city's attorney effective next month, although City Manager Paul O. Brady Jr. denied reports that Fellows was fired. Joel D. Kuperberg, 38, who is currently La Palma city attorney, will replace Fellows. Like Fellows, he is a partner in the Costa Mesa firm of Rutan & Tucker. The city of Irvine has retained Rutan & Tucker to handle its legal affairs since the city's incorporation in 1971.
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March 31, 1992 | TOM McQUEENEY
John L. Fellows III will be replaced as the city's attorney effective next month, although City Manager Paul O. Brady Jr. denied reports that Fellows was fired. Joel D. Kuperberg, 38, who is currently La Palma city attorney, will replace Fellows. Like Fellows, he is a partner in the Costa Mesa firm of Rutan & Tucker. The city of Irvine has retained Rutan & Tucker to handle its legal affairs since the city's incorporation in 1971.
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August 13, 1999 | Susan McCormack, (714) 966-5879
About 100 Orange and Villa Park residents attended the Serrano Water District meeting Wednesday night to urge water officials to drop their lawsuit against the Orange Unified School District. The water district is suing the school district to force it to sell Barham Ranch, which the districts co-own, to developer SunCal. The school district wants to use the land for an elementary school; residents want it sold to the county and preserved as a nature site. C.L. Pharris Jr.
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January 27, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
Critics of the city's participation in the failed county investment pool want to know if early warning signals were heeded by city staff. But council members earlier this week were prohibited by legal advisers from answering those questions. Stephen Smith, a former city budget analyst, said there were clear indications long before the county declared bankruptcy on Dec. 6 that the city's investments were in trouble due to rising interest rates.
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November 14, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
Some residents would like to vote on any proposal to rezone public land, but City Atty. Joel D. Kuperberg said such a policy would conflict with state laws. In September, several residents told the City Council they were concerned about Anaheim Union High School District's proposal for residential development of part of the Kennedy High School grounds. The residents urged the council to adopt an ordinance requiring a citywide vote for such a project.
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July 10, 1985 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, Times Staff Writer
The state Court of Appeal has reinstated a major portion of a lawsuit that challenges the Newport Beach general housing plan as inadequate in addressing and providing for the needs of people with low and moderate income. In a unanimous decision released Tuesday, the three-judge panel in Santa Ana ruled that the Superior Court could not dismiss as moot a challenge to the plan--formally known as a housing element-simply because the city amended the element.
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September 14, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
A plan to impose the city's first limits on campaign spending by independent groups is drawing criticism from some who say that it would favor wealthy candidates for public office. The City Council approved the proposal Tuesday, but voter approval is required before it can take effect. The measure is set to be on the November, 1996, ballot. The ordinance would raise the limit on personal contributions to candidates from $190 to $300.
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August 22, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
The city will use its power of eminent domain to obtain a small strip of property needed for the widening of La Palma Avenue. The City Council, acting as the Community Development Commission, voted unanimously to condemn the property, a strip of land 20 feet wide by 110 feet long facing La Palma Avenue near Denni Street. The council has said that the land is required for widening La Palma Avenue as part of an affordable-housing project.
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October 7, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER
The city will ask street vendors to not sell Poppers and Silly String during the La Palma Days Parade next month after complaints last year about the items. Council member Duane F. Schuster wanted the city to prohibit the sale of the popular items, sold in most toy stores. Schuster said Poppers make "irritating" noises, and Silly String can be a hazard to people attending the parade because the substance is slippery.
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January 26, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
City officials will meet with Haym and Fern Ganish on Friday afternoon in a last-ditch attempt to prevent the demolition of their home. After a 13-year tug of war between the Ganish family and the city over the remodeling of their ranch-style home into a stone-covered castle, a Superior Court last week refused to block the city from tearing down the house. City officials claim the house is a safety hazard.
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January 5, 1996 | BILL BILLITER
Term limits for City Council members may be on the November ballot. At its meeting Tuesday night, the council directed City Manager Daniel E. Keen to start work on a term-limits proposition for voter approval or rejection. Councilwoman Eva Miner Bradford, who introduced the term-limits proposal, said she would favor limiting council members to two consecutive terms of four years each. "That's what the citizens of La Palma voted for in 1982," she said.
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