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March 2, 2003
Re "Irvine Plan to Annex Musick Jail Opposed," Feb. 19: Thank you to The Times' Jean Pasco for the heads-up on the inclusion of the James Musick jail in the Great Park plan. Why should I, as a representative of the citizens of Lake Forest, support Irvine in this land grab? Was it not the majority of the Irvine City Council who turned their backs on a rational compromise agreement with the sheriff over the future expansion of the jail just a year ago? I thank Supervisor Tom Wilson and the sheriff for their stance against this proposition.
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March 2, 2003
Re "Irvine Plan to Annex Musick Jail Opposed," Feb. 19: Thank you to The Times' Jean Pasco for the heads-up on the inclusion of the James Musick jail in the Great Park plan. Why should I, as a representative of the citizens of Lake Forest, support Irvine in this land grab? Was it not the majority of the Irvine City Council who turned their backs on a rational compromise agreement with the sheriff over the future expansion of the jail just a year ago? I thank Supervisor Tom Wilson and the sheriff for their stance against this proposition.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 1991 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Helen Wilson ran first in a City Council election three years ago, there was no cause for celebration. Voters had elected her but at the same time overwhelmingly rejected the proposed city of Saddleback Valley. Wilson is now a candidate for the proposed City Council in El Toro, and although she insists that she is not taking anything for granted, many consider it a virtual certainty that she will take office.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 7, 2000
The article "More El Toro Closures?" (May 1) once again illustrates how hopelessly flawed the base reuse process has become under the stewardship of our so-called county leaders. If there is ever to be a resolution to this matter, Supervisors Chuck Smith, Cynthia P. Coad and Jim Silva must resign immediately. It is obvious to all that these three are not capable leaders at any level. County Executive Officer Jan Mittermeier should resign as well. A new Local Redevelopment Authority for El Toro must be formed with the full participation of the cities most affected, Lake Forest and Irvine, and the new Board of Supervisors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 7, 2000
The article "More El Toro Closures?" (May 1) once again illustrates how hopelessly flawed the base reuse process has become under the stewardship of our so-called county leaders. If there is ever to be a resolution to this matter, Supervisors Chuck Smith, Cynthia P. Coad and Jim Silva must resign immediately. It is obvious to all that these three are not capable leaders at any level. County Executive Officer Jan Mittermeier should resign as well. A new Local Redevelopment Authority for El Toro must be formed with the full participation of the cities most affected, Lake Forest and Irvine, and the new Board of Supervisors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1998 | Chris Ceballos, (949) 248-2155
Councilwomen Kathryn McCullough and Marcia Rudolph are asking residents to get into the holiday spirit by giving away the free turkeys offered by supermarkets this season. Adopt A Neighbor, a charitable organization, is accepting food donations for the holiday season, but in particular is asking for Cornish game hens for single adults who cannot use a whole turkey. Adopt A Neighbor is at 25651 Taladro Circle in Mission Viejo. Information: (949) 581-6802.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1999 | Alex Katz, (949) 574-4206
The City Council decided to accept contractors' bids for the planning and construction of security lighting at six city parks. Additional lighting is proposed at El Toro Park II, Cavanaugh, Cherry, Rimgate, Village Pond and Vintage parks. A resident near Village Pond Park told the council he opposed the installation of any lighting there. Lights at night would be harmful to the large number of ducks that live in the park, he said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 1991 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Helen Wilson ran first in a City Council election three years ago, there was no cause for celebration. Voters had elected her but at the same time overwhelmingly rejected the proposed city of Saddleback Valley. Wilson is now a candidate for the proposed City Council in El Toro, and although she insists that she is not taking anything for granted, many consider it a virtual certainty that she will take office.
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