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November 15, 1989
Developers willing to assume all legal liability may apply for building permits from the city of Lawndale while its officials try to resolve a dilemma that has halted major development in the city. Voters last week invalidated Lawndale's General Plan, which is required under state law before a city issues building permits. The City Council voted Monday to ask state officials to approve an interim permit process in the South Bay city.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1997 | JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Voters went to the polls in nearly 100 local elections across Los Angeles County on Tuesday, deciding eight school bond measures and several municipal tax issues as well as city council, school board and special district seats. Early returns boosted the hopes of backers of school bond measures in El Segundo and Pasadena, giving them margins above the two-thirds approval needed for passage. Bond measures in the Mt.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1996
A former Lawndale city councilwoman who demanded a recount of the ballots cast in the city's mayoral race earlier this month lost the seat again Tuesday. Nancy Marthens, who gave up her council seat to run for mayor, originally lost the race to incumbent Harold Hoffman by 11 votes. Although Marthens picked up two votes after Tuesday's recount because two ballots had not been punched properly, the additional votes were not enough to change the final results, City Clerk Sandy Forrest said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1996
A former Lawndale city councilwoman who demanded a recount of the ballots cast in the city's mayoral race earlier this month lost the seat again Tuesday. Nancy Marthens, who gave up her council seat to run for mayor, originally lost the race to incumbent Harold Hoffman by 11 votes. Although Marthens picked up two votes after Tuesday's recount because two ballots had not been punched properly, the additional votes were not enough to change the final results, City Clerk Sandy Forrest said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1997 | JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Voters went to the polls in nearly 100 local elections across Los Angeles County on Tuesday, deciding eight school bond measures and several municipal tax issues as well as city council, school board and special district seats. Early returns boosted the hopes of backers of school bond measures in El Segundo and Pasadena, giving them margins above the two-thirds approval needed for passage. Bond measures in the Mt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1989
Developers willing to assume all legal liability may apply for building permits from the city of Lawndale while its officials try to resolve a dilemma that has halted major development in the city. Voters last week invalidated Lawndale's General Plan, which is required under state law before a city issues building permits. The City Council voted Monday to ask state officials to approve an interim permit process in the South Bay city.
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