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April 23, 1992
Outgoing Mayor Charles E. Gilb on Tuesday passed the gavel to Councilman George Fasching. Fasching, 63, has been on the council two years. He will serve a one-year stint as mayor. Joseph C. Ciraulo, 56, was appointed mayor pro tem. He was elected to the council two years ago. Gilb, 67, a Los Angeles produce broker, has been mayor four times during his 16 years on the council.
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NEWS
October 10, 1993
The City Council last week backed out of a plan for three central San Gabriel Valley cities to hire one waste hauler by voting to extend the contract of Arcadia's existing hauler. "Arcadia will not be negotiating together with Sierra Madre and Monrovia," said Tammy Gates, an administrator who handles garbage issues for the city. For the last several months, the cities of Arcadia, Sierra Madre, Monrovia and Duarte had considered hiring one trash collector and recycler to serve all four cities.
NEWS
April 22, 1993
After 30 years as a resident and with a role in virtually every community organization, Councilman Joseph C. Ciraulo is the city's new mayor. The City Council voted Tuesday to elect Ciraulo to the post and Councilman Dennis A. Lojeski as mayor pro tem. Ciraulo, 57, was elected to the City Council in 1990 and will be up for election in November. He is president of a Monrovia-based medical services company that he owns with his wife, Carol.
NEWS
May 26, 1994 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
An Arcadia citizens group has filed a lawsuit contesting Sheng H. Chang's victory in last month's City Council race, charging that his campaign committed election fraud. Chang has denied the allegations. Leaders of Arcadia Citizens for Fair Voting, which includes the wife of defeated Councilman George Fasching, and Shao Hua Wen, president of the Arcadia Chinese Assn.
NEWS
June 21, 1992 | FRANKI V. RANSOM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mayor George Fasching lashed back last week at nine former mayors who signed a letter denouncing as illegal the forced resignation of former City Manager George Watts. Speaking at Tuesday's council meeting, Fasching called the letter "one-sided and non-factual" and said that the council acted within the law. He said the letter "urges conversion of the city manager position into a political position subject to a popularity contest."
NEWS
December 5, 1993 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Santa Anita Park officials are considering building a 16,000-seat domed music theater in the racetrack's huge parking lot. The racetrack's operator, Santa Anita Operating Co., envisions the multimillion-dollar music dome rivaling the Hollywood Bowl in size, with a state-of-the-art sound and visual system. Shops and restaurants may be part of the development, company officials said. "We conceive it as a popular music venue with a retracting roof like the Toronto Skydome," said Alexander F.
NEWS
June 16, 1994 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A supporter of Councilman Sheng H. Chang persuaded two Los Angeles residents to vote illegally in the Arcadia council elections and the councilman's wife mailed in other people's absentee ballots, said witnesses at a trial to decide whether Chang's April election victory should be invalidated. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephen E.
NEWS
February 10, 1994
ARCADIA (three council seats)--Incumbents George W. Fasching and Joseph C. Ciraulo. Challengers Sheng Chang, Charles Chivetta, Ruth Goilb, Johanna Hofer, Celia Kalm, Barbara Kuhn, David Sheridan, Karen Towner and former Mayor Mary Young. AZUSA (mayor and two council seats)--Mayor: Councilmen Stephen J. Alexander, John R. Dangleis and Anthony Naranjo.
NEWS
September 9, 1993 | LEE ROMNEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Arcadia City Council voted Tuesday to keep Wilderness Park closed on weekends except by reservation, responding to affluent neighbors' complaints that it was overrun by outsiders and becoming a crime problem. The park, which the council also voted to rename Arcadia Wilderness Preserve in an effort to emphasize its natural history and educational programs, will remain open to anyone during the week.
NEWS
March 24, 1994 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In her bid to become the first Asian American elected to the Rosemead City Council, businesswoman Dolly Leong has spent much of the last few months registering more than 1,000 Asian American residents to vote. She is one of seven candidates from San Gabriel Valley's growing Asian American community seeking election April 12 in what could be a political coming of age. "The Asian community is a third of this city, and it's about time we had a voice," said Leong, 57. At the time of the 1990 U.S.
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