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July 20, 1990
Lloyd Wood was sworn into office this week as the chief of police in Pomona, giving the department its first permanent leader in nine months. Wood was hired in June to fill the vacancy created when former Chief Richard Tefank was fired by the City Council last October. Wood, 50, was police chief in Azusa for nine years. He has said that one of his priorities as Pomona's chief will be to boost morale. He plans to meet with officers to hear concerns and complaints.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1990
Lloyd Wood was sworn into office this week as the chief of police in Pomona, giving the department its first permanent leader in nine months. Wood was hired in June to fill the vacancy created when former Chief Richard Tefank was fired by the City Council last October. Wood, 50, was police chief in Azusa for nine years. He has said that one of his priorities as Pomona's chief will be to boost morale. He plans to meet with officers to hear concerns and complaints.
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NEWS
June 21, 1990 | MIKE WARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lloyd Wood, selected this week to head the city's Police Department, says a top priority will be restoring the morale of officers who have been without a permanent chief for eight months. Wood, police chief in Azusa for the last nine years, will take command of the Pomona department July 16.
NEWS
June 21, 1990 | MIKE WARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lloyd Wood, selected this week to head the city's Police Department, says a top priority will be restoring the morale of officers who have been without a permanent chief for eight months. Wood, police chief in Azusa for the last nine years, will take command of the Pomona department July 16.
NEWS
February 14, 1985
A fixed-route bus service will begin this summer in Azusa to augment the existing bus routes of Southern California Rapid Transit District service and the local Dial-a-Ride. City Administrator Lloyd Wood said the route will make a loop through this city of 34,000 people and will operate seven days a week. Two 30-passenger buses have been ordered.
NEWS
June 19, 1986
The City Council, which hired the Los Angeles public relations firm of Braun & Co. 10 months ago to improve Azusa's image and attract developers, has terminated the $4,000-a-month contract. City Administrator Lloyd Wood said the council decided that the service did not justify the expense. He said the city has no plans to hire another public relations consultant, but he may ask the council to consider hiring a staff information officer.
NEWS
October 7, 1990
The City Council last week voted unanimously to appoint Byron Nelson chief of police. Nelson, 50, has been acting chief since July, when Lloyd Wood left to head the Pomona Police Department. A 22-year veteran of the force, Nelson previously served as a felony investigator, patrol sergeant and detective sergeant. He was captain of the administrative division of the department at the time of his promotion to interim chief.
NEWS
August 7, 1986
The City Council will consider a proposal Aug. 18 to require builders to obtain special approval from the council before constructing apartments or condominiums. City Administrator Lloyd Wood said the proposal would declare a moratorium on building permits for all high-density housing projects, but allow builders to submit plans to the council for approval on a case-by-case basis.
NEWS
June 4, 1987
The City Council has appointed Julio Fuentes as interim city administrator while it searches for a permanent successor to Lloyd Wood, who had held the dual position of city administrator and police chief until this week. Wood, who will continue as police chief, said he gave up the top city job because of divisions on the council and political turmoil. Fuentes, 30, has been assistant city administrator.
NEWS
January 8, 1987
A large house donated to the city will become Azusa's new museum of local history. The house, at 575 E. Foothill Blvd., is owned by the McKee family and is occupied by a university fraternity from Cal Poly Pomona. City Administrator Lloyd Wood said the building will be moved to City Park at an estimated cost of $19,000 to $38,000. The city also will spend $6,100 to build a new foundation for the house, Wood said.
NEWS
August 14, 1986
The City Council has reversed its vote to place a moratorium on construction of multiple-unit housing and instead ordered the city staff to study the utilization of conditional-use permits as a way to prevent high-density development from overtaking the city. City Administrator Lloyd Wood said that the city now approves projects on an individual basis and that a conditional-use-permit system would enable the council to impose overall guidelines on construction within the city.
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