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June 23, 1990 | LESLIE EARNEST
After wooing Redondo Beach City Manager Tim Casey from his post, the City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to hire him as Laguna Niguel's first permanent city manager. Casey, who has held the Redondo Beach job for nine years, is expected to begin his new job in late July or early August. He will replace Dan Miller, who had served as interim city manager since Warren Benson resigned the post two months ago.
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August 8, 1994 | LYNN FRANEY
The city's experiment in employing developmentally disabled workers for the Sea Country Senior and Community Center has ended unsuccessfully with the City Council deciding to replace the workers. At an extra cost of $3,600 per year, the city will hire four new part-time workers to do setup and cleanup for meetings and banquets. "None of us realized that this facility is complicated and dictates diversity every day," said Ken Montgomery, the city's director of public works.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 27, 1990 | LESLIE EARNEST
Tim Casey had agreed to become city manager but had not yet signed on the dotted line when he got a tip something was up in Laguna Niguel last month. The first major controversy to rock Orange County's newest city was on the verge of erupting. An informant from "a rather distant place" hinted that Casey, then-city manager of Redondo Beach, should reconsider his job options.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1993 | RICHARD CORE
A special committee is proposing that strict limits be placed on the gifts city officials are allowed to receive. In a report to the City Council on Monday, the Ad Hoc Committee on the Receipt and Reporting of Gifts recommended that city officials be prohibited from taking gifts valued at more than $50 from people doing business with the city. City officials would also be required to report within 10 working days any gifts of $25 or more, the committee recommended.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 1994 | LYNN FRANEY
The city's experiment in employing developmentally disabled workers for the Sea Country Senior and Community Center has ended unsuccessfully with the City Council deciding to replace the workers. At an extra cost of $3,600 per year, the city will hire four new part-time workers to do setup and cleanup for meetings and banquets. "None of us realized that this facility is complicated and dictates diversity every day," said Ken Montgomery, the city's director of public works.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1993 | RICHARD CORE
A special committee is proposing that strict limits be placed on the gifts city officials are allowed to receive. In a report to the City Council on Monday, the Ad Hoc Committee on the Receipt and Reporting of Gifts recommended that city officials be prohibited from taking gifts valued at more than $50 from people doing business with the city. City officials would also be required to report within 10 working days any gifts of $25 or more, the committee recommended.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1990 | LEN HALL and LESLIE EARNEST
Two top city officials appointed on a temporary basis have resigned, meaning this recently formed city could soon be without a city manager, city clerk, city treasurer and community development director. Warren S. Benson, who held the interim posts of city manager, city clerk and city treasurer, and Alan Rubin, the interim community development director, both announced that they will leave their posts in May. Both men were appointed when the city was incorporated in December.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 1990 | LEN HALL
Juanita Zarilla, deputy city clerk for the city of El Segundo, has been appointed Laguna Niguel's first city clerk, city officials announced this week. Zarilla, a graduate of UC San Diego, was selected from 35 applicants and will earn about $43,000 a year, said Pamela Van Haun, the city's acting city clerk and assistant to the city manager. Zarilla has worked with the city of El Segundo for 13 years, Van Haun said. Former interim City Manager Warren S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 1991
The ghost of Mickey Hatcher and the spirit of Mickey Hatcher were not the same thing. You could see that way over here. BOB WOELFEL Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 1991
The ghost of Mickey Hatcher and the spirit of Mickey Hatcher were not the same thing. You could see that way over here. BOB WOELFEL Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 27, 1990 | LESLIE EARNEST
Tim Casey had agreed to become city manager but had not yet signed on the dotted line when he got a tip something was up in Laguna Niguel last month. The first major controversy to rock Orange County's newest city was on the verge of erupting. An informant from "a rather distant place" hinted that Casey, then-city manager of Redondo Beach, should reconsider his job options.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1990 | LESLIE EARNEST
After wooing Redondo Beach City Manager Tim Casey from his post, the City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to hire him as Laguna Niguel's first permanent city manager. Casey, who has held the Redondo Beach job for nine years, is expected to begin his new job in late July or early August. He will replace Dan Miller, who had served as interim city manager since Warren Benson resigned the post two months ago.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 1990 | LEN HALL
Juanita Zarilla, deputy city clerk for the city of El Segundo, has been appointed Laguna Niguel's first city clerk, city officials announced this week. Zarilla, a graduate of UC San Diego, was selected from 35 applicants and will earn about $43,000 a year, said Pamela Van Haun, the city's acting city clerk and assistant to the city manager. Zarilla has worked with the city of El Segundo for 13 years, Van Haun said. Former interim City Manager Warren S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1990 | LEN HALL and LESLIE EARNEST
Two top city officials appointed on a temporary basis have resigned, meaning this recently formed city could soon be without a city manager, city clerk, city treasurer and community development director. Warren S. Benson, who held the interim posts of city manager, city clerk and city treasurer, and Alan Rubin, the interim community development director, both announced that they will leave their posts in May. Both men were appointed when the city was incorporated in December.
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