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June 15, 1994 | GORDON DILLOW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When county marshals showed up at Inglewood City Hall last year with a court order attaching part of newly elected City Councilwoman Judith L. Dunlap's salary as part of a rent dispute, Dunlap said publicly that her financial troubles had been caused by a long illness. But another source of financial troubles, according to court documents and testimony, was an earlier romantic relationship with Steven Michael Ferguson, who allegedly fleeced her out of more than $159,000.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1994 | GORDON DILLOW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When county marshals showed up at Inglewood City Hall last year with a court order attaching part of newly elected City Councilwoman Judith L. Dunlap's salary as part of a rent dispute, Dunlap said publicly that her financial troubles had been caused by a long illness. But another source of financial troubles, according to court documents and testimony, was an earlier romantic relationship with Steven Michael Ferguson, who allegedly fleeced her out of more than $159,000.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 1993 | MICHELE FUETSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After knocking off 12-year Inglewood City Council incumbents, surprise runoff winners Curren Price Jr. and Judith L. Dunlap immediately began preparing to face the city's worst economic crisis in 15 years. Price, a 42-year-old economic development consultant, captured more than 52% of the vote Tuesday to defeat three-term Councilman Daniel K. Tabor, 38, in District 1. In District 2, Dunlap, 48, a former elementary school teacher, defeated 64-year-old Anthony Scardenzan, winning with 51.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 1993 | MICHELE FUETSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After knocking off 12-year Inglewood City Council incumbents, surprise runoff winners Curren Price Jr. and Judith L. Dunlap immediately began preparing to face the city's worst economic crisis in 15 years. Price, a 42-year-old economic development consultant, captured more than 52% of the vote Tuesday to defeat three-term Councilman Daniel K. Tabor, 38, in District 1. In District 2, Dunlap, 48, a former elementary school teacher, defeated 64-year-old Anthony Scardenzan, winning with 51.
NEWS
February 17, 1994
Several members of the City Council criticized Inglewood City Manager Paul D. Eckles this week for balancing the city's budget with $4.7 million in revenue from a card club that has not been built. "I believe it is fiscally irresponsible for this municipality to balance a budget on money that is not there," Councilwoman Judith L. Dunlap said at Tuesday's council meeting. The projected funds--$3 million in a lump-sum license fee and $1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 7, 1992
I am a white educator from the inner city who ventured to Redondo Beach Friday afternoon, May 1, 1992, to find gasoline for my car. I became alarmed when two Redondo Beach police officers drove into the crowded service station where I was waiting. They quickly exited their vehicle and approached the two occupants of the truck in front of me. They called to the driver as he was pumping his gasoline and asked him what he was doing there. The officers then questioned his male companion--both of whom looked to be in their 60s. The officers then looked in the direction of my friend, Terry Coleman, who happens to be a retired African-American police officer, but said nothing.
NEWS
June 30, 1994 | JON GARCIA
The Inglewood City Council has voted to cancel an annual community celebration and instead spend the money on a float for the 1995 Rose Parade and for a proposed gathering of sister city delegates later this summer. Inglewood Community Unity Celebration, a one-day event with dinner, a petting zoo and music, has suffered sagging attendance in recent years, Mayor Edward Vincent said. The celebration, held for 10 years, cost the city about $90,000 a year, City Manager Paul D. Eckles said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 9, 1992
I am a white educator from the inner city who ventured to Redondo Beach May 1 to find gasoline for my car. I became alarmed when two Redondo Beach police officers drove into the crowded service station where I was waiting. They quickly exited their vehicle and approached the two occupants of the truck in front of me. They called to the driver as he was pumping his gasoline and asked him what he was doing there. The officers then questioned his male companion--both of whom looked to be in their 60s. The officers then looked in the direction of my friend Terry Coleman, who happens to be a retired Afro-American police officer, but said nothing.
NEWS
June 9, 1994 | JON GARCIA
The City Council voted to allow oil drilling near the Newport-Inglewood earthquake fault. In a 3-2 vote, the council agreed to let Vortex Energy and Minerals Ltd. drill up to five exploratory wells on 1.1 acres next to Inglewood Park Cemetery. An offshoot of the Newport-Inglewood fault runs under the cemetery. Council members Garland Hardeman and Judith L. Dunlap voted against the proposal. Critics of the project say that drilling would harm the environment and possibly trigger an earthquake.
NEWS
January 22, 1995 | JON GARCIA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Inglewood City Council has approved a 22% raise for itself, the city clerk and the city treasurer. In a 3 to 2 vote at a sparsely attended meeting Tuesday, council members gave Mayor Edward Vincent $1,616 a month--a boost of $286. Other members will receive $808, up from $665. City Clerk Hermanita V. Harris will take home $1,616 and City Treasurer Wanda Brown will get $404. The last time elected officials were given a raise was in 1991, according to city documents.
NEWS
January 19, 1995 | JON GARCIA
The City Council approved a 22% raise for itself, the city clerk and the city treasurer Tuesday night at a sparsely attended meeting. In a 3-2 vote, council members gave Mayor Edward Vincent $1,616 a month--a boost of $286. Other members will receive $808, up from $665. City Clerk Hermanita V. Harris will take home $1,616 for her elected office, and City Treasurer Wanda Brown will get $404. The last time elected officials were given a raise was in 1991, according to city documents.
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