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December 17, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
If her first meeting was any indication, Margie L. Rice could be the life of the City Council. Moments after she was sworn in Tuesday, Rice, 65, was sort of setting the rules of engagement. "Don't push me around, because I'll push back," she said. "I've earned my right to sit here." Her comments drew applause from the audience, including some supporters who helped her garner the most votes among the three candidates who vied for two council seats in the Nov. 8 election.
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November 6, 1998 | CHRISTINE CASTRO and HARRISON SHEPPARD and JAMES MEIER
Margie Rice, a Westminster councilwoman, was recently installed as president of the local Kiwanis Club. The 29-member nonprofit club, which was founded last year, performs community service projects for youths. She said she is looking forward to expanding the programs offered to children. Rice, 69, has lived in Westminster for 43 years.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 6, 1998 | CHRISTINE CASTRO and HARRISON SHEPPARD and JAMES MEIER
Margie Rice, a Westminster councilwoman, was recently installed as president of the local Kiwanis Club. The 29-member nonprofit club, which was founded last year, performs community service projects for youths. She said she is looking forward to expanding the programs offered to children. Rice, 69, has lived in Westminster for 43 years.
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December 17, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
If her first meeting was any indication, Margie L. Rice could be the life of the City Council. Moments after she was sworn in Tuesday, Rice, 65, was sort of setting the rules of engagement. "Don't push me around, because I'll push back," she said. "I've earned my right to sit here." Her comments drew applause from the audience, including some supporters who helped her garner the most votes among the three candidates who vied for two council seats in the Nov. 8 election.
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August 15, 2000 | Alex Murashko, (714) 966-5974
Candidates interested in filing applications for mayor have until 5 p.m. Wednesday. Registration for City Council positions closed Friday. As of Monday afternoon, Councilwoman Margie L. Rice and retired contract manager Bob Crossley were the only applicants for mayor. Information: (714) 898-3311.
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December 30, 1996 | JEFF KASS and JOHN CANALIS and LORI HAYCOX
The Midway City Sanitary District has installed new officers for 1997. James V. Evans was appointed president of the district, which serves 90,000 households in Westminster, Garden Grove and Midway City. Other new officers are Margie L. Rice, president pro tem; Grace P. Epperson, treasurer; and Russell C. Paris, secretary.
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December 19, 1992 | JON NALICK
Kathy Stirling Iverson has been named president of the Westminster School District Board of Trustees, replacing Nancy Blumenthal, who has served in that position for the past year. At the board's regular meeting on Thursday, board member Ron Morgan took over as vice president of the board and Blumenthal was elected clerk. Trustee Margie L. Rice took over as the district's political action representative to the Orange County School Boards Assn.
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January 16, 1998
Westminster Councilwoman Margie L. Rice has been appointed to the seven-member Board of Directors of the Local Agency Formation Commission, which oversees annexations and incorporation in Orange County. Commonly known as LAFCO, the state-mandated agency deals with boundary issues, reviewing annexation requests and deciding which communities should form their own cities. The commission also encourages and promotes the consolidation of special districts, including water and sanitation.
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February 23, 1996 | JOHN POPE
The city has joined a growing chorus of municipal organizations opposed to Measure S, a controversial initiative on the March 26 ballot that would stop the proposed development of a commercial airport at El Toro Marine Corps Air Station. "We feel this is important for the future economic development of Orange County," Mayor Charles V. Smith said. The City Council recently passed a resolution against Measure S and in support of the airport proposal.
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