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June 29, 1999 | PETER Y. HONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
William T. Fujioka, a career civil servant known as an ace problem solver, was appointed to Los Angeles' top administrative post Monday by Mayor Richard Riordan. Fujioka, now head of the city Personnel Department, is a former county official who has been credited by many with helping to keep the troubled High Desert Hospital from being shut down. He is expected to be confirmed as city administrative officer by the council in July.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1999 | PETER Y. HONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
William T. Fujioka, a career civil servant known as an ace problem solver, was appointed to Los Angeles' top administrative post Monday by Mayor Richard Riordan. Fujioka, now head of the city Personnel Department, is a former county official who has been credited by many with helping to keep the troubled High Desert Hospital from being shut down. He is expected to be confirmed as city administrative officer by the council in July.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 2010
• Bell City Manager Robert Rizzo $787,637 • President Barack Obama $400,000 • Los Angeles County Chief Executive William T Fujioka $338,458 • Los Angeles City Administrative Officer Miguel Santana $256,803 • Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa $232,425 • Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi $223,500 • Dana Point City Manager Douglas Chotkevys ...
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March 11, 1992 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Taking Leave: Southwest Museum's Executive Director Jerome R. Selmer has announced he will leave his post June 30. A search committee has already been appointed to name a successor to Selmer, 59, who came to the museum in 1989 after retiring as Los Angeles' assistant city administrative officer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1988
The city of San Fernando on Wednesday won the backing of a Los Angeles City Council panel to build a 2.4-million-gallon reservoir to supply water to an 86-acre commercial and industrial development at the old San Fernando Airport. The $4-million reservoir, to be built at Foothill Boulevard and Hubbard Street, would replace a 100,000-gallon reservoir built on the property in the 1920s.
OPINION
May 24, 2012
Re "An L.A. budget, with holes," Editorial, May 18 Since 2009, the city has undertaken unprecedented structural reform while addressing each year's shortfall, including: Requiring employees to contribute 2% to 4% (from zero) of their pay for retiree health benefits, and freezing benefits for employees not contributing. The elimination of nearly 5,000 positions, resulting in the smallest civilian workforce since Tom Bradley was mayor. Pension reform and a 20% salary reduction for new hires.
NEWS
July 9, 1992
Robert O. Ingman, former Los Angeles assistant city administrative officer, has died at 75. He died Saturday in Los Angeles after suffering a stroke, his daughter Susan L. Hopkins said Tuesday. As the city's administrative officer for capital improvements, Ingman managed the development, financing and construction of City Hall East, the Los Angeles Mall and the Plaza Technical Center, northeast of Union Station.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 18, 1998
I must disagree with your Sept. 15 editorial, in which you take Los Angeles City Administrative Officer Keith Comrie to task for his strong comments regarding charter reform. I have not made any public comment about the various proposals being discussed by the two charter reform commissions. Regardless of one's opinion on the proposals, however, Comrie's thoughtful comments deserve to be taken seriously. I have known Comrie for over 20 years. His intelligence is exceptional, and his personal integrity is beyond question.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 13, 1994 | KURT PITZER
A request by the city of Calabasas to annex about 60 acres--which contain the Motion Picture and Television Fund home, the Leonis Adobe and half of a condominium complex--has been scheduled for a hearing before a committee of the Los Angeles City Council. The land--within the city of Los Angeles--is bounded to the east by Mulholland Drive and to the north by the Ventura Freeway. Calabasas officials argue that Mulholland and the freeway are logical boundaries for their 2-year-old city.
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May 7, 1998 | JILL LEOVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A City Hall committee recommended Wednesday that Los Angeles go forward with the most ambitious of several options being considered for the Van Nuys Civic Center, a plan to build a $30-million municipal service center next to the old Valley City Hall building. The proposed 135,000-square-foot building would allow city offices now scattered through the San Fernando Valley to be united under one roof, and perhaps facilitate renovation of earthquake damage to the Van Nuys City Hall.
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September 18, 1998 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Continuing his campaign to derail a set of controversial charter reform proposals, Los Angeles City Administrative Officer Keith Comrie on Thursday released a study amplifying his concerns and presenting them, as he put it, "in more basic words."
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