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August 25, 1999 | Stacy Brown, (949) 574-4232
The City Council voted Monday to back a proposed ground-water replenishment system that members said will ensure safe water for city residents for the next two decades. In their 4-2 vote, with council members Tom Thomson and Norma Glover voting no (Councilman Tod W. Ridgeway was absent), council members agreed with two Orange County agencies and several officials who said the system was necessary to ensure clean water.
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December 5, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER and HOPE HAMASHIGE and MIMI KO CRUZ
City Councilwoman Norma Glover has said she wanted to take the politics out of picking a mayor. But her proposal to rotate the leadership failed recently when four of the seven members voted against the plan. Glover said the current practice of having the mayor elected by the council amounts to a popularity contest. A new mayor and mayor pro tem were chosen, following custom, after two new council members, Tom Thomson and John E. Noyes Jr., were sworn in Tuesday. Janice A.
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December 10, 1997 | HOPE HAMASHIGE
Saying they did not want to exacerbate alcohol-related problems in Cannery Village, the City Council on Monday denied the Cannery a permit to have live entertainment and dancing. "We have to start making the Peninsula more livable," Councilwoman Norma Glover said. Cannery Village residents have complained for years that they are disturbed by bar patrons who make noise, vandalize their homes and urinate in public.
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January 7, 1995 | HOLLY J. WAGNER
The City Council on Monday will consider filling the two Planning Commission seats left vacant by former commissioners Norma Glover and Thomas C. Edwards when they were elected to the council in November. The city received 52 applications and officials interviewed 15 finalists, Planning Director James Hewicker said. The nominations are expected to be finalized Monday and the appointments approved at the council's Jan. 23 meeting.
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October 22, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
A Newport Beach city councilwoman was elected the first chairwoman of the South Coast Air Quality Management District's board on Friday. Norma Glover, who represents Orange County on the air board, will begin the two-year term Jan. 18. She is currently the vice chairwoman and has been a member of the City Council since 1994. The air-quality district is the air-pollution control agency for Orange County and large parts of Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
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