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June 16, 1997 | STEVE CARNEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A divided City Council has appointed a city manager, 11 months after the last full-time city manager retired. John B. Bahorski is leaving the same position in Grover Beach, a coastal community in San Luis Obispo County, to take the $90,000-a-year job here. "I think he's going to be great--his leadership, his energy level," Mayor Bill Ossenmacher said, listing some of the qualities that landed Bahorski the job.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 16, 1997 | STEVE CARNEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A divided City Council has appointed a city manager, 11 months after the last full-time city manager retired. John B. Bahorski is leaving the same position in Grover Beach, a coastal community in San Luis Obispo County, to take the $90,000-a-year job here. "I think he's going to be great--his leadership, his energy level," Mayor Bill Ossenmacher said, listing some of the qualities that landed Bahorski the job.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 25, 1998 | Linn Groves, (714) 966-7885
Ken Mac Leod has been hired as the city's director of administrative Services, City Manager John B. Bahorski announced recently. As director, Mac Leod will be responsible for the city's budget, financial operations, personnel services and risk management. Mac Leod has 33 years of experience working for the Orange County Fire Authority and the County of Orange. He will begin the job Dec. 7.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 30, 1997 | FRANK MESSINA
Looking to beat a Dec. 31 deadline for a $75,000 highway grant, the City Council will hold a special meeting tonight. The grant would defray the cost of lengthening the southbound left-turn lane along Pacific Coast Highway at Crown Valley Parkway and improving drainage at the intersection. Caltrans recently made additional funds available to cities preparing for El Nino rains but required that a contract for construction be awarded by Dec. 31.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 4, 1997 | FRANK MESSINA
A local business will appeal the city's revocation of its massage license at a Planning Commission hearing Wednesday. Holistic Healing Arts Center representatives are asking commissioners not to revoke the firm's license, despite the arrest of at least two employees in September for allegedly agreeing to perform sex acts for undercover officers, said City Manager John B. Bahorski. Telephone calls to the center's offices in the 34700 block of Coast Highway went unanswered Tuesday afternoon.
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