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December 24, 1996 | Jerry Hicks
The Anaheim neighborhood was beautiful except for one rundown house. One of its previous buyers had wound up in bankruptcy. For years, the house was empty, on occasion a place for transients to get out of the cold. When Lorri and Mike Galloway of Anaheim first inspected it more than two years ago, they found hypodermic needles on both its floors, scatological graffiti on nearly every wall. It was a mess. But the Galloways saw potential, and they shared a vision for what they could do with it.
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October 29, 2008 | Paloma Esquivel, Esquivel is a Times staff writer.
The battle over housing in the Anaheim Resort District lasted a tumultuous 18 months, made national headlines, split city leaders and led to threats to recall council members who backed the housing. Disney spent millions lobbying against plans to build a large housing project -- some of it aimed at low-wage earners -- in the midst of the city's Resort District; Mayor Curt Pringle and a majority on the City Council took its side.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 21, 1998
Re "Shelter Hopes HUD Probe Will Keep Doors Open," June 14: We have always appreciated the fairness that The Times has shown in its reporting of the Eli Home. However, this article left out a very significant fact. Every one of the complaints lodged against the Eli Home by a few disgruntled neighbors were investigated by the Anaheim Code Enforcement Department or the Anaheim police. No citations were ever issued and no violations were ever substantiated. Allegations of traffic or parking problems were false and maliciously claimed by opponents who have made it very clear that they believe abused children do not belong in their upscale area of Anaheim Hills.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 12, 2007 | Dave McKibben, Times Staff Writer
Election day is 18 months away, but Anaheim Councilwoman Lorri Galloway can already see the attack ads coming. "They're going to say I'm anti-business, a left-wing liberal nut case, a communist and that I'm going to make small businesses give 50% of their revenue to pay for illegal aliens' housing."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 12, 2007 | Dave McKibben, Times Staff Writer
Election day is 18 months away, but Anaheim Councilwoman Lorri Galloway can already see the attack ads coming. "They're going to say I'm anti-business, a left-wing liberal nut case, a communist and that I'm going to make small businesses give 50% of their revenue to pay for illegal aliens' housing."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 2008 | Paloma Esquivel, Esquivel is a Times staff writer.
The battle over housing in the Anaheim Resort District lasted a tumultuous 18 months, made national headlines, split city leaders and led to threats to recall council members who backed the housing. Disney spent millions lobbying against plans to build a large housing project -- some of it aimed at low-wage earners -- in the midst of the city's Resort District; Mayor Curt Pringle and a majority on the City Council took its side.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 1, 2007 | From Times Staff Reports
Cal State Fullerton will hold a forum tonight on the long-running housing dispute in Anaheim's Resort District. Anaheim Councilwoman Lorri Galloway will represent housing advocates, and Todd Ament, president of the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce, will speak on behalf of the tourism industry. The League of Women's Voters will moderate the event, which begins at 6:45 in the Titan Student Union.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1995 | GREG HERNANDEZ
A state investigation into the operation of the Eli Home, a shelter for abused women and their children, has found no evidence of wrongdoing, officials with the state attorney general's office said Thursday. The embattled charity has been engaged in a bitter battle with its future neighbors in Anaheim Hills, where the Eli Home plans to open a shelter. Neighbors have accused the home's operators of misusing donated funds.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 21, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The City Council voted 3 to 2 Tuesday night to continue funding the city's Chamber of Commerce. Council members Lorri Galloway and Bob Hernandez voted against allocating $150,000 to the nonprofit group for the next fiscal year. They said a city audit showed that the chamber was having financial problems and that the group was not significantly increasing its membership, which is one of the terms of the funding agreement.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 21, 1998
Re "Shelter Hopes HUD Probe Will Keep Doors Open," June 14: We have always appreciated the fairness that The Times has shown in its reporting of the Eli Home. However, this article left out a very significant fact. Every one of the complaints lodged against the Eli Home by a few disgruntled neighbors were investigated by the Anaheim Code Enforcement Department or the Anaheim police. No citations were ever issued and no violations were ever substantiated. Allegations of traffic or parking problems were false and maliciously claimed by opponents who have made it very clear that they believe abused children do not belong in their upscale area of Anaheim Hills.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 24, 1996 | Jerry Hicks
The Anaheim neighborhood was beautiful except for one rundown house. One of its previous buyers had wound up in bankruptcy. For years, the house was empty, on occasion a place for transients to get out of the cold. When Lorri and Mike Galloway of Anaheim first inspected it more than two years ago, they found hypodermic needles on both its floors, scatological graffiti on nearly every wall. It was a mess. But the Galloways saw potential, and they shared a vision for what they could do with it.
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June 1, 1989
The Celebrity Waiter Luncheon on May 10 at the Holiday Inn in Irvine raised an estimated $12,000 for the American Heart Assn. Karen Quirk was chairwoman. The tribute to James Roosevelt on May 20 at the Irvine Hilton and Towers earned an estimated $200,000 for Chapman College. Doy Henley was chairwoman. The Rock Around the Clock musical review on May 20 at the Doubletree Hotel in Orange raised an estimated $8,000 for the Eli Home for Abused Children. LorriGalloway was chairwoman.
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April 28, 1998 | DEBRA CANO
The operating permit for a home for abused children and their mothers will be reviewed by the City Council today. The city's Planning Commission last month approved renewing the Eli Home's operating permit for two more years, despite objections from neighbors. Lorri Galloway, executive director of the year-old shelter, said the council will be asked to approve a permit with no time limit.
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