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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 8, 1991
Judy Hathaway-Francis, councilwoman for La Habra Heights, has been elected as a member of the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission. Hathaway-Francis replaces former Santa Monica Councilwoman Christine Reed, who was not reelected to her council seat in November. Hathaway-Francis will be one of two commission members who represent 84 cities in the county, excluding the cities of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 8, 1991
Judy Hathaway-Francis, councilwoman for La Habra Heights, has been elected as a member of the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission. Hathaway-Francis replaces former Santa Monica Councilwoman Christine Reed, who was not reelected to her council seat in November. Hathaway-Francis will be one of two commission members who represent 84 cities in the county, excluding the cities of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 4, 1991
On the eve of today's meeting on the merger of the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission and the Southern California Rapid Transit District, county supervisors Tuesday voted to oppose any action that would weaken their power over transportation decisions. Supervisor Ed Edelman said he opposes a proposal under which five supervisors would be members of a new 13-member transit governing board. Currently, the supervisors control five seats on the 11-member LACTC and RTD boards.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 1993
Members of the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to urge a review of the agency's controversial offshore lease arrangement for 54 commuter rail cars. The commission recommended that any conclusions from the review be made public before another proposed lease transaction is authorized.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 5, 1992 | MARK A. STEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite impassioned pleas against the plan by immigrant parents and angry school teachers, the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission board on Wednesday authorized a Hollywood subway tunneling project--its biggest ever--without a full environmental impact report.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 6, 1993 | TOM McQUEENEY
County officials on Monday touted the merits of an electric shuttle bus as it began regular service between John Wayne Airport and a long-term parking lot. "We are setting an example and sending a message that electric vehicles do make sense as a healthy, cost-effective alternative," Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Harriett M. Wieder said before boarding the bus for a test run. The 22-passenger electric bus will run a 4.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 17, 1992 | DAVID WILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Colleagues of Los Angeles County Supervisor Deane Dana said Wednesday that state law should be broadened to explicitly bar Dana's aides--and those of other officeholders--from voting on contract awards to campaign contributors. The calls for reform followed a Times report that Dana's aides voted 29 times during 1991-1992 to award $45.8 million in contract increases to the supervisor's top political donor. Most of the votes were cast by Dana's chief of staff, Donald R.
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March 17, 1994 | GREG MILLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Four months after La Habra Heights voters rejected the expansive Powder Canyon Country Club development, city officials say they may be stuck with $85,000 in unpaid developers fees. The city has filed a lawsuit in Superior Court contending that the Torrance-based developer, Forum Country Clubs of California, has failed to pay the fees.
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December 4, 1992 | MARIA L. La GANGA, TIMES ENVIRONMENTAL WRITER
A fund of more than $10 million, designed to help local governments lower vehicle emissions, has been targeted by critics as an expensive "boondoggle" that would do little to improve the quality of air in the Southland. The South Coast Air Quality Management District received 310 proposals for a chunk of the funding, which comes from a $4 surcharge on all vehicle registrations. The district's board is scheduled to give final approval to 62 programs today.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 24, 1993 | CLAIRE SPIEGEL and DAVID WILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A business venture that Los Angeles transit officials launched with anonymous Japanese investors in the Cayman Islands came under fire Tuesday from local and federal officeholders. Transit officials contend that by selling and leasing back 54 commuter rail cars through an offshore company, they will generate a $3.4-million windfall for taxpayers.
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December 4, 1992 | MARIA L. La GANGA, TIMES ENVIRONMENTAL WRITER
A fund of more than $10 million, designed to help local governments lower vehicle emissions, has been targeted by critics as an expensive "boondoggle" that would do little to improve the quality of air in the Southland. The South Coast Air Quality Management District received 310 proposals for a chunk of the funding, which comes from a $4 surcharge on all vehicle registrations. The district's board is scheduled to give final approval to 62 programs today.
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