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July 15, 1999 | Louise Roug, (714) 966-5977
The City Council has authorized the money for an aide to help police with their criminal investigations. The new aide is meant to free up officers' time for patrolling streets. "It's what we wanted. We are really looking forward to it," said Capt. Ed Ethell, adding that he hopes to have the position filled by mid-August. Officials also budgeted money for a reorganization of the command structure of the Police Department, replacing an existing lieutenant position with that of a captain.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1999 | Louise Roug, (714) 966-5977
The City Council has authorized the money for an aide to help police with their criminal investigations. The new aide is meant to free up officers' time for patrolling streets. "It's what we wanted. We are really looking forward to it," said Capt. Ed Ethell, adding that he hopes to have the position filled by mid-August. Officials also budgeted money for a reorganization of the command structure of the Police Department, replacing an existing lieutenant position with that of a captain.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 10, 1997
George Walintukan, a public works technician, has been named the 1996 city employee of the year. The City Council, which honored Walintukan at a recent council meeting, praised him in a resolution that called him "the city's computer wizard." The resolution also said that he is "dedicated to his job yet always finding time to stop to help a fellow employee." Walintukan, 48, is a native of Indonesia who immigrated to the United States six years ago.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 10, 1997
George Walintukan, a public works technician, has been named the 1996 city employee of the year. The City Council, which honored Walintukan at a recent council meeting, praised him in a resolution that called him "the city's computer wizard." The resolution also said that he is "dedicated to his job yet always finding time to stop to help a fellow employee." Walintukan, 48, is a native of Indonesia who immigrated to the United States six years ago.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 27, 1996 | BILL BILLITER
The City Council has approved a $10,000, one-year contract with a consultant who will advise the new Community Youth Task Force. The agreement calls for David Hartl, president of General Learning Climates Inc. of Tustin, to work with elected officials, city staff and residents who volunteer for the youth advisory group. The task force is being organized this summer to plan the gang-prevention and other youth programs that are among the city's goals for fiscal 1996-97.
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September 16, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER
It wasn't the flashers that rattled librarian Joseph Bearse in his 24 years at the local branch library. Nor was it the boy who photocopied his privates on a library machine. And it wasn't the heart attack victim either. "He just fell suddenly, near Biographies," recalled Bearse, who himself had quadruple heart bypass surgery 10 years ago. "The paramedics came and got him."
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March 18, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
City Manager Pamela Gibson announced Friday she is resigning her post, effective April 14, to become city manager of Sonoma in Northern California. Gibson, who has been La Palma's city manager for five years, was assistant city manager for three years before taking over as the chief executive officer. "I have enjoyed my eight years in La Palma, and I feel that those years were very productive," Gibson said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 27, 1996 | BILL BILLITER
The City Council has approved a $10,000, one-year contract with a consultant who will advise the new Community Youth Task Force. The agreement calls for David Hartl, president of General Learning Climates Inc. of Tustin, to work with elected officials, city staff and residents who volunteer for the youth advisory group. The task force is being organized this summer to plan the gang-prevention and other youth programs that are among the city's goals for fiscal 1996-97.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
City Manager Pamela Gibson announced Friday she is resigning her post, effective April 14, to become city manager of Sonoma in Northern California. Gibson, who has been La Palma's city manager for five years, was assistant city manager for three years before taking over as the chief executive officer. "I have enjoyed my eight years in La Palma, and I feel that those years were very productive," Gibson said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 16, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER
It wasn't the flashers that rattled librarian Joseph Bearse in his 24 years at the local branch library. Nor was it the boy who photocopied his privates on a library machine. And it wasn't the heart attack victim either. "He just fell suddenly, near Biographies," recalled Bearse, who himself had quadruple heart bypass surgery 10 years ago. "The paramedics came and got him."
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