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November 24, 2001
The City Council will consider removing a committee member who wrote a letter saying that "Muslims are out to destroy our world." The council on Dec. 4 could discuss a request that Justin Ruhge leave the Economic Development Committee, which works to attract new business to the community. Ruhge wrote a letter that appeared in the Nov. 16 issue of the weekly Santa Maria Sun in which he supported U.S. foreign policy and criticized Muslims.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 24, 2001
The City Council will consider removing a committee member who wrote a letter saying that "Muslims are out to destroy our world." The council on Dec. 4 could discuss a request that Justin Ruhge leave the Economic Development Committee, which works to attract new business to the community. Ruhge wrote a letter that appeared in the Nov. 16 issue of the weekly Santa Maria Sun in which he supported U.S. foreign policy and criticized Muslims.
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November 8, 1990
FIFTH SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Mike Stoker: 10,462 (52%) Toru Miyoshi*: 9,543 (48%) AUDITOR-CONTROLLER 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Robert W. Geis: 37,733 (50%) Patricia A. (Pat) Jones: 37,521 (50%) CARPINTERIA CITY COUNCIL 3 Elected 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Donna Jordan: 2,016 (20%) Michael R. Ledbetter: 1,785 (18%) J. Bradley Stein: 1,586 (16%) Tom Lewis*: 1,225 (12%) James R. Trotter: 980 (10%) David G.
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November 9, 2000
Allan Hancock Joint Community College District Trustee Area 1 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Henry M. Grennan**: 4,284 (56%) Willie Galvan: 3,333 (44%) Trustee Area 2 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Louie H. Valenzuela**: 8,044 (65%) Clyde R.
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March 20, 2000 | SALLY ANN CONNELL and JAMES RAINEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A breathtaking stretch of beach near here has been closed to the public and farmers a short distance inland prevented from tilling their land, as the federal government moved dramatically in recent months to save two endangered species along the Central Coast. Good news for a tiny shorebird, a slightly larger salamander and their environmental advocates has rankled many people in Santa Barbara County.
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