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April 15, 1990
Re: Story on "Fullerton OK's $4.7 Million for Theater Parking." Fullerton City Council members (Don Bankhead, A.B. (Buck) Catlin, Molly McClanahan and Chris Norby) are spending $4.7 million for a parking structure for the Fox Fullerton Theatre. Forgotten is the other taxpayer garage on Wilshire--empty most of the time. I was surprised to read that $1.1 million has already been spent on the theater. This should certainly improve the market value when the theater is sold. Rather than spending money on projects the savings and loan industry wouldn't touch, the council members should find the means to improve Fullerton's street lighting and roads.
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November 28, 1995 | MIMI KO CRUZ
Former Fullerton Mayor Molly McClanahan has been appointed to fill a vacancy on the board of the North Orange County Community College District. McClanahan, a longtime Fullerton resident and civic volunteer, was chosen from eight candidates interviewed at a public meeting last week. "You need to know something about my style," McClanahan, who served on the City Council for 11 years, told district trustees during her interview. "I am a team person. I am not afraid to say, 'I don't know.'
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November 28, 1995 | MIMI KO CRUZ
Former Fullerton Mayor Molly McClanahan has been appointed to fill a vacancy on the board of the North Orange County Community College District. McClanahan, a longtime Fullerton resident and civic volunteer, was chosen from eight candidates interviewed at a public meeting last week. "You need to know something about my style," McClanahan, who served on the City Council for 11 years, told district trustees during her interview. "I am a team person. I am not afraid to say, 'I don't know.'
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July 17, 1994
On June 7, the voters of Fullerton voted to have Buck Catlin, Molly McClanahan and Don Bankhead removed from their City Council positions and stripped of their power in our city. More than 13,000 voters said that if the recall was successful they wanted those individuals replaced by special election. That was and is the will of the people. Now the city clerk, Anne M. York, spared in the recall, has decided to take an action that will eliminate the replacement elections for McClanahan and Catlin, and allow those two recalled council members to serve out their terms of office.
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September 30, 1992 | DAVE LESHER, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
Democratic leaders are reassessing their chances in a once-dismissed Republican congressional seat in Orange County thanks, in part, to the coattails of Gov. Bill Clinton and the two Democratic U.S. Senate nominees. Like most of Orange County, the 39th Congressional District is predominantly Republican and, therefore, GOP nominee Edward R. Royce was expected to win handily over Fullerton City Councilwoman Molly McClanahan.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 17, 1994
On June 7, the voters of Fullerton voted to have Buck Catlin, Molly McClanahan and Don Bankhead removed from their City Council positions and stripped of their power in our city. More than 13,000 voters said that if the recall was successful they wanted those individuals replaced by special election. That was and is the will of the people. Now the city clerk, Anne M. York, spared in the recall, has decided to take an action that will eliminate the replacement elections for McClanahan and Catlin, and allow those two recalled council members to serve out their terms of office.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 23, 1989 | TOM McQUEENEY
An ongoing weekend car swap at Fullerton College was ordered closed this week because it allegedly competed with car dealerships in an "inappropriate" manner. The Fullerton City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday to deny permission for CarFaire Inc. to continue operating a used-car swap meet on vacant parking lots on the community college campus. "The use of public land for this type of enterprise is inappropriate," City Councilman Don Bankhead said.
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May 8, 1988
Fullerton Mayor Richard Ackerman states that council member Chris Norby showed "poor judgment" by letting a collector and restorer of antique cars continue to use a garage that was occupied by the hobbyist before Norby took possession of the property. Mayor Ackerman, of course, did not use "poor judgment" when he and most of the City Council voted him mayor, ignoring the plebiscite? That gave Molly McClanahan the overwhelming majority. WALLY WALCHAK Fullerton
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October 29, 1992
A forum for the three candidates running for the 39th Congressional District seat will be held Friday at La Habra City Hall, 201 E. La Habra Blvd. The forum, which is being sponsored by the League of Women Voters and the American Assn. of University Women, begins at 7:15 p.m. There are three candidates seeking the 39th District seat in Tuesday's election: Democrat Molly McClanahan; state Sen. Edward R. Royce (R-Anaheim); and Libertarian Jack Dean.
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September 30, 1992 | DAVE LESHER, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
Democratic leaders are reassessing their chances in a once-dismissed Republican congressional seat in Orange County thanks, in part, to the coattails of Gov. Bill Clinton and the two Democratic U.S. Senate nominees. Like most of Orange County, the 39th Congressional District is predominantly Republican and, therefore, GOP nominee Edward R. Royce was expected to win handily over Fullerton City Councilwoman Molly McClanahan.
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April 15, 1990
Re: Story on "Fullerton OK's $4.7 Million for Theater Parking." Fullerton City Council members (Don Bankhead, A.B. (Buck) Catlin, Molly McClanahan and Chris Norby) are spending $4.7 million for a parking structure for the Fox Fullerton Theatre. Forgotten is the other taxpayer garage on Wilshire--empty most of the time. I was surprised to read that $1.1 million has already been spent on the theater. This should certainly improve the market value when the theater is sold. Rather than spending money on projects the savings and loan industry wouldn't touch, the council members should find the means to improve Fullerton's street lighting and roads.
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July 8, 1991 | ERIK HAMILTON
In a split vote, the City Council rejected a proposed resolution that would have established a Bicycle Users Committee. The committee would have reviewed policies and plans on bicycle routes and safety measures in the city. "I just feel the city does not need a special committee to handle this," said Councilman A.B. (Buck) Catlin. "We already have things in place to handle bicycle paths."
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January 22, 1997 | MIMI KO CRUZ and JOHN CANALIS and LORI HAYCOX
A retired high school teacher, a college director and a former mayor have been chosen by their colleagues on the North Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees to serve as officers for 1997. Trustees Leonard L. Lahtinen, Nancy M. Rice and Molly McClanahan were selected as president, vice president and secretary, respectively. Lahtinen, a retired teacher of government, was elected to the board in 1990 to complete an unfinished term and was reelected in 1992.
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