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February 10, 1995 | DAVID REYES and SHELBY GRAD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
City Manager Paul O. Brady Jr., is learning that there are things in life he just can't control. Such as time. Brady can't find enough of it as he zips through each business day, running this city and serving as one of the top officials in a group representing the cities, schools and special districts that may have lost hundreds of millions of dollars in the collapse of Orange County's investment pool. Personal life? Eating?
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February 10, 1995 | DAVID REYES and SHELBY GRAD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
City Manager Paul O. Brady Jr., is learning that there are things in life he just can't control. Such as time. Brady can't find enough of it as he zips through each business day, running this city and serving as one of the top officials in a group representing the cities, schools and special districts that may have lost hundreds of millions of dollars in the collapse of Orange County's investment pool. Personal life? Eating?
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1989
The City Council, by a 5-0 vote on Tuesday night, appointed Assistant City Manager Paul Brady Jr. to succeed incumbent City Manager William Woollett when Woollett steps down Aug. 1. The council, by a similar unanimous vote, on Feb. 15 had acted to remove Woollett from the city manager position. Woollett, 60, is the first and only city manager Irvine has had, and the council's action in forcing him to step down brought strong criticism from some residents.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1989
The City Council, by a 5-0 vote on Tuesday night, appointed Assistant City Manager Paul Brady Jr. to succeed incumbent City Manager William Woollett when Woollett steps down Aug. 1. The council, by a similar unanimous vote, on Feb. 15 had acted to remove Woollett from the city manager position. Woollett, 60, is the first and only city manager Irvine has had, and the council's action in forcing him to step down brought strong criticism from some residents.
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