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December 25, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER
Social etiquette has traditionally required that a gentleman surrender his seat for a lady. But Joanne Coontz, the first woman ever elected to the Orange City Council in its 105-year history, initially found the manners of her male colleagues wanting. At her first executive session in 1986, Coontz recounts sitting down, only to be chased off several chairs by male council members who explained those were their seats.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 25, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER
Social etiquette has traditionally required that a gentleman surrender his seat for a lady. But Joanne Coontz, the first woman ever elected to the Orange City Council in its 105-year history, initially found the manners of her male colleagues wanting. At her first executive session in 1986, Coontz recounts sitting down, only to be chased off several chairs by male council members who explained those were their seats.
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