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November 5, 2000 | GRACE E. JANG and HILARY E. MacGREGOR, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Hanging inconspicuously at the end of Tuesday's ballot, Measure Q may be decided by fewer voters than any other in Los Angeles County. An electoral quirk has given the 120 residents of an 11-acre sliver of exclusive real estate the sole right to decide whether they will leave the troubled Los Angeles Unified School District for the highly regarded Las Virgenes district.
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November 5, 2000 | GRACE E. JANG and HILARY E. MacGREGOR, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Hanging inconspicuously at the end of Tuesday's ballot, Measure Q may be decided by fewer voters than any other in Los Angeles County. An electoral quirk has given the 120 residents of an 11-acre sliver of exclusive real estate the sole right to decide whether they will leave the troubled Los Angeles Unified School District for the highly regarded Las Virgenes district.
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July 11, 1991
The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Board of Education appointed Robert Donahue as principal of the district's new high school in Malibu, scheduled to open in 1992. Donahue will start work later this month to begin developing programs and a curriculum for the school, which will share a campus with existing Malibu Park Middle School near Zuma Beach. Board members voted unanimously Monday to appoint Donahue from a field of 45 applicants.
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February 25, 1996 | ROSLYN ROZBRUCH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When it came time for Alan and Harriet Zeitlin's daughter to start first grade nine years ago, the couple wasn't happy that she would be attending a Los Angeles public school. They thought about sending her to a private school, but instead decided to move to a school district they liked and spend the tuition money on a mortgage. "We wanted a new house," Harriet Zeitlin said. "We also wanted to stay in the San Fernando Valley so we could remain close to family and friends."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 1991
Ventura City Council 3 Elected 100% Precincts Reporting: Votes (%) Greg Carson: 10,490 (19.2%) Jack Tingstrom: 7,949 (14.6%) Tom Buford: 7,701 (14.1%) Don Villeneuve *: 5,862 (10.7%) Write-ins: 5,117 (9.4%) Jamie Stewart-Bentley: 2,508 (4.6%) S. R. Wyatt: 1,894 (3.5%) Donald R. Boyd: 1,230 (2.3%) Bob van der Valk: 1,156 (2.1%) Andrew M. Hicks: 1,085 (2.0%) Keith Burns: 972 (1.8%) Marcum Patrick: 783 (1.4%) Kenneth Vernie Jordan: 576 (1.1%) Carroll Dean Williams: 529 (1.0%) John T. Sudak: 527 (1.
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May 20, 1993 | BERNICE HIRABAYASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A bitter, decades-long struggle by Fox Hills residents to send their children to Culver City schools cleared a major hurdle this week when the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education voted to allow the Culver City neighborhood to secede. In a rare departure from its usual warlike defense of territory, the Los Angeles school board voted 4-3 to redraw the district's boundary map to exclude Fox Hills, an area that sends about 235 students to Los Angeles public schools.
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