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April 12, 1990 | CHRISTOPHER ELLIOTT
Stanton Mayor Paul G. Verellen has revealed he intends to step down from office in June and move to Irvine, where he might run for an elected post. "It was a tough decision to make," Verellen told the City Council on Tuesday. But he added that he might remain in Stanton if he does not close a deal on a house he is trying to purchase in the Deerfield area of Irvine. Verellen, an executive at McDonnell Douglas in Long Beach, was appointed to the council in May, 1986.
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April 12, 1990 | CHRISTOPHER ELLIOTT
Stanton Mayor Paul G. Verellen has revealed he intends to step down from office in June and move to Irvine, where he might run for an elected post. "It was a tough decision to make," Verellen told the City Council on Tuesday. But he added that he might remain in Stanton if he does not close a deal on a house he is trying to purchase in the Deerfield area of Irvine. Verellen, an executive at McDonnell Douglas in Long Beach, was appointed to the council in May, 1986.
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January 15, 1990 | JOHN PENNER
After a decade-long struggle to overcome crippling financial woes and a tattered image, Stanton will focus on building a new civic center, accelerating business revitalization and completing an ambitious senior housing project, Mayor Paul G. Verellen said. Money was so tight during the 1980s that the city was forced to eliminate its police and fire departments, relying instead on Orange County services, and lease a former elementary school site for its City Hall, the mayor said.
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January 15, 1990 | JOHN PENNER
After a decade-long struggle to overcome crippling financial woes and a tattered image, Stanton will focus on building a new civic center, accelerating business revitalization and completing an ambitious senior housing project, Mayor Paul G. Verellen said. Money was so tight during the 1980s that the city was forced to eliminate its police and fire departments, relying instead on Orange County services, and lease a former elementary school site for its City Hall, the mayor said.
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June 28, 1990
The City Council this week unanimously appointed Charles Babler to fill the council seat vacated by Paul G. Verellen. Babler assumed his seat Tuesday and will hold the position until the term expires in November. Verellen resigned because he was leaving the city. Babler, 54, owns a recreational vehicle dealership in Stanton and sits on the community affairs committee.
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November 20, 1987
Martha V. Weishaupt, who has been a City Council member for more than 17 years, has been chosen to serve her fifth term as mayor, succeeding Sal Sapien, whose term ended Nov. 10. Weishaupt, a retired businesswoman, was first elected mayor by her fellow council members in 1968, again in 1969, then in 1979, and 1984. Weishaupt and her husband, William, have lived in Stanton since 1956.
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August 16, 1990
The City Council unanimously decided this week to leave a vacant seat on the council open until the Nov. 6 election rather than appointing a replacement. "We've only got a few months until the election," said Mayor Edward L. Allen. The seat was left vacant by the resignation of Charles Babler, who stepped down for health reasons last month just before the council was set to reconfirm him as its newest member. Babler, 54, was unanimously approved as council member June 26, replacing Paul G.
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April 14, 1990 | CHRISTOPHER ELLIOTT
After hearing months of protests from trailer park tenants, the City Council unanimously rejected the Pacific Telesis Co.'s application to raise a cellular phone antenna near a residential area. Pacific Telesis sought to build an antenna 40 feet from the Katella Estates Mobile Home Park on Central Avenue. The Planning Commission deadlocked on the issue, and the company appealed to the council.
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January 9, 1990 | PEGGY HESKETH
Faced with a glut of vacant retail and office space in the town, the City Council tonight will consider whether it can afford to establish an Office of Economic Development to improve the business climate. The office would also be responsible for revitalizing the business community and attracting new businesses to the area.
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November 30, 1989 | PEGGY HESKETH
Paul G. Verellen, Stanton's new mayor, sees the revitalization of the city's sagging tax base as his priority for the coming year. Verellen was unanimously elected mayor by the City Council Tuesday night, succeeding Councilman Edward L. Allen. Councilman David John Shawver was selected mayor pro tem.
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November 28, 1989 | PEGGY HESKETH
The face of the city's government will change tonight when the City Council selects a new mayor and mayor pro tem as part of an annual reorganization. In a city-manager style of government, these largely ceremonial posts rotate yearly among council members. For the past year, Councilman Edward L. Allen has served as mayor and Councilman Paul G. Verellen has held the post of mayor pro tem. The city's Redevelopment Agency is scheduled to elect new officers as well.
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July 20, 1990 | JON NALICK
Charles Babler, whose recent appointment to the City Council was jeopardized when it was discovered he is not a registered voter, resigned Thursday night. Just before the City Council was to "reconfirm" Babler's appointment as its newest member, a handwritten note from Babler was read, in which he said: "I do hereby resign my council position effective immediately. I find this necessary do to health reasons."
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