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April 5, 2004 | Joe Mathews and Peter Nicholas, Times Staff Writers
Officially, the chief of staff to Nevada's governor was invited to Brentwood to brief California's governor-elect on border issues from gambling to energy to Lake Tahoe. But for Arnold Schwarzenegger, the purpose of those three hours of meetings at his home on a Saturday in October was to size up the Nevadan. He was impressed. Within days, the governor-elect had begun a successful effort to recruit her to his senior staff.
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October 15, 2004 | Peter Nicholas, Times Staff Writer
After less than a year in office, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger faces a reshuffling of his top staff, with the impending resignation of yet another influential aide and maybe others. Marybel Batjer, his Cabinet secretary who bears much of the responsibility for running the government day to day, is expected to resign by year's end. Today, state budget chief Donna Arduin departs.
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October 15, 2004 | Peter Nicholas, Times Staff Writer
After less than a year in office, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger faces a reshuffling of his top staff, with the impending resignation of yet another influential aide and maybe others. Marybel Batjer, his Cabinet secretary who bears much of the responsibility for running the government day to day, is expected to resign by year's end. Today, state budget chief Donna Arduin departs.
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April 5, 2004 | Joe Mathews and Peter Nicholas, Times Staff Writers
Officially, the chief of staff to Nevada's governor was invited to Brentwood to brief California's governor-elect on border issues from gambling to energy to Lake Tahoe. But for Arnold Schwarzenegger, the purpose of those three hours of meetings at his home on a Saturday in October was to size up the Nevadan. He was impressed. Within days, the governor-elect had begun a successful effort to recruit her to his senior staff.
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September 25, 2004 | Robert Salladay, Times Staff Writer
Lawyers for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger have ruled that a high-ranking aide to the governor can serve on the board of directors of a Nevada bank that does business in California, the administration said Friday. Government reform groups had questioned whether Marybel Batjer, the governor's Cabinet secretary, violated conflict-of-interest rules by joining the board of Bank Holdings Inc.
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September 3, 1993 | RICHARD CORE, SPECIA TO THE TIMES
Following protests that Orange County was not represented on a statewide military base reuse committee, Gov. Pete Wilson announced Thursday the appointment of prominent Newport Beach developer George Argyros to the panel. Argyros, one of the largest apartment owners in Orange County, a major Republican contributor and former owner of the Seattle Mariners baseball team, was among six people added to the task force. Eight other members were named to the panel in July.
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June 25, 2013 | By Anthony York
Gov. Jerry Brown capped a massive, two-year reorganization of state government agencies on Tuesday by naming three new members of his Cabinet. The secretaries of the three new agencies have been serving Brown in an interim capacity for months. They include Marybel Batjer, the new secretary of the Government Operations Agency; Brian Kelly, who will head the new state Transportation Agency and Anna Caballero the new Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency secretary. All three will be subject to Senate confirmation after July 1, when the new government organization chart goes into effect.
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September 23, 2004 | Robert Salladay and Peter Nicholas, Times Staff Writers
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is reviewing whether a top-ranking aide violated conflict-of-interest rules by joining the board of directors of a Nevada bank that does business in California, officials said Wednesday. Marybel Batjer, Schwarzenegger's cabinet secretary, joined the board of Bank Holdings on Sept. 16 -- a month after the company announced it was purchasing a bank charter in Costa Mesa and moving the operation to Sacramento.
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November 5, 2004 | Peter Nicholas and Evan Halper, Times Staff Writers
Signaling a more moderate turn in his government, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Thursday appointed to the finance director's job former congressman Tom Campbell, known for his bipartisan instincts and eclectic policy ideas that include legalizing drugs and abolishing the national income tax. Campbell, now dean at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, is a familiar figure in the Capitol.
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November 12, 2003 | Michael Finnegan and Peter Nicholas, Times Staff Writers
As the administration of Arnold Schwarzenegger takes shape, his range of appointments suggests the Republican governor-elect plans to run the state much as he campaigned -- as a fiscal conservative with decidedly centrist views on other matters. Schwarzenegger, who will take office Monday, has put Republicans in nine of the 11 senior jobs he has filled so far.
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November 5, 2003 | Peter Nicholas and Dan Morain, Times Staff Writers
With his fledgling government stocked mostly with strangers, Gov.-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger is turning to a trusted friend and self-described liberal Democrat to serve as a senior advisor in a role that will include beseeching Hollywood executives to keep jobs in California.
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November 5, 2003 | Miguel Bustillo, Times Staff Writer
Gov.-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger has decided to name Terry Tamminen, the head of a Santa Monica conservation group, as his secretary of environmental protection, according to several sources involved in assembling the new administration. Tamminen led a team of advisors who helped Schwarzenegger craft a platform during the race that surprised many environmental activists because of its ambition and sympathy with their positions.
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