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November 27, 1996 | DARRELL SATZMAN
In an attempt to improve living conditions in specific areas of the 5th Council District, Councilman Mike Feuer has scheduled community meetings to establish pilot "Livable Neighborhood Councils." "The purpose of the councils will be to involve enthusiastic and committed members of the community in shaping the quality of life in their respective neighborhoods," Feuer said.
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July 24, 1995 | KAY HWANGBO
Councilman Mike Feuer and state Controller Kathleen Connell will be the featured speakers at a Valley Industry and Commerce Assn. board of directors meeting today. Feuer will discuss his recent efforts to have at least one city employee assigned to help the owners of earthquake-damaged buildings in his council district, according to his assistant chief deputy, Cynthia Corona.
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December 11, 1997
Public sentiment about a proposed movie multiplex in Westwood Village ranged from enthusiastic support to animosity at a meeting Tuesday night. About 150 people attended the meeting hosted by Councilman Mike Feuer to solicit opinion on the 469,000-square-foot project known as Village Center Westwood. The proposed development would include 3,400 movie seats, a supermarket, senior citizen housing, retail space and a library.
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October 5, 1997
Gee, last time I looked in your paper, an AR-15 was an "assault weapon," but in Valley Focus on Sept. 26, the rifles received by the San Fernando Police Department are merely "semiautomatic rifles." It's amazing how the biased media's play on words can change things. First it was "assault weapons," the choice of bad guys, then it's "Saturday night specials." Next on the anti-gunners list will be hunting rifles parlayed as "sniper rifles," and after that, sporting shotguns will be viewed as "sawed-off death weapons."
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April 29, 1995
In the first face-to-face debate of the runoff campaign for the 5th District City Council seat, candidate Mike Feuer said that if his opponent, Barbara Yaroslavsky, is elected, she will face a potential conflict of interest in dealing with her husband, a county supervisor. "It's going to happen a lot" because the city and county governments often sue each other over allocation of state funds, Feuer, former head of a free legal services clinic, said Thursday night.
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April 29, 1999
Seeking to influence allocation of the $312 million expected from the nationwide tobacco company settlement, Los Angeles City Councilman Mike Feuer said Wednesday he will recommend that the city use $10 million a year for curb ramps for the disabled, along with other programs for children and youth.
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May 13, 2000
The three candidates for city attorney--City Councilman Mike Feuer, Deputy Dist. Atty. Lea Purwin D'Agostino and Deputy Mayor Rocky Delgadillo--held their first debate Friday, attempting to win over community leaders and jousting over the Rampart police scandal. D'Agostino, a 23-year prosecutor whose toughness earned her the nickname "Dragon Lady," ignited controversy when she said she thinks the Rampart scandal could cost as much as $1 billion in liability before its conclusion.
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February 22, 1996
About 150 people turned out for a meeting to discuss a proposed project that would bring a supermarket, a drugstore, shops, restaurants, movie theaters, parking and housing to Westwood Village. The meeting Tuesday was called by Los Angeles Councilman Mike Feuer, who invited the developer, Ira Smedra of Village Center Westwood L.P., and people who are involved with the project.
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January 16, 1998
To publicize opposition to a proposed development in Westwood Village--and to attempt to sway City Councilman Mike Feuer's favorable opinion of the project--a property owners association this week distributed lawn signs reading "Feuer: Stop Smedra." The lawn signs refer to developer Ira Smedra, whose Village Center Westwood project would bring new shops, restaurants and movie theaters into the center of the village. Sandy Brown, co-president of the Holmby-Westwood Property Owners Assn.
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October 24, 1996
Los Angeles City Councilman Mike Feuer recommended Wednesday establishing a nonemergency phone number for the police and fire departments to reduce the number of 911 calls. Under his proposal, residents throughout the city would be able to dial 311 to report incidents that are not life threatening, such as barking dogs, graffiti, illegal dumping and car burglaries. The calls would be answered by an existing bank of operators who would decide the appropriate police response.
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