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December 16, 1998 | Chris Ceballos, (949) 248-2155
Cindy Greengold replaced R. Craig Scott as mayor after a council vote earlier this month. Greengold and Scott--along with Councilman Randal J. Bressette--were automatically reelected this year when council elections were canceled because of a lack of opposition. Councilman Joel T. Lautenschleger was selected to serve as mayor pro-tem.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1998 | Chris Ceballos, (949) 248-2155
Cindy Greengold replaced R. Craig Scott as mayor after a council vote earlier this month. Greengold and Scott--along with Councilman Randal J. Bressette--were automatically reelected this year when council elections were canceled because of a lack of opposition. Councilman Joel T. Lautenschleger was selected to serve as mayor pro-tem.
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NEWS
October 24, 1996 | SHELBY GRAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two city council members and a state water official have emerged as the favorites in the crowded field of South County candidates Gov. Pete Wilson is considering to replace Supervisor Marian Bergeson, who will step down in early November to become the governor's chief education advisor. Fourteen people have expressed interest in the appointment, but the top contenders are Laguna Niguel Councilwoman Patricia C. Bates, Laguna Hills Councilman R.
SPORTS
December 25, 1997 | J. A. ADANDE
Remember when the only time mayors entered the realm of sports was when they made those friendly wagers with other mayors? Each city's leader would offer to ship something associated with that city to his counterpart if his team lost. For instance, if the New England Patriots played the Chicago Bears in the Super Bowl, the mayor of Boston might bet some clam chowder and the mayor of Chicago could counter with deep-dish pizza. Buffalo wings vs. Tex-Mex if the Bills played the Cowboys. Hot air vs.
SPORTS
December 23, 1997 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
These should be happy days for the Laguna Hills football program, but instead of celebrating their Southern Section Division VIII title, the Hawks could be losing their coach. Ten days ago, Laguna Hills scored a resounding 56-14 victory over a favored La Mirada team. But now, the euphoria has turned to despair, at least in the coaches' offices.
SPORTS
December 25, 1997 | J. A. ADANDE
Remember when the only time mayors entered the realm of sports was when they made those friendly wagers with other mayors? Each city's leader would offer to ship something associated with that city to his counterpart if his team lost. For instance, if the New England Patriots played the Chicago Bears in the Super Bowl, the mayor of Boston might bet some clam chowder and the mayor of Chicago could counter with deep-dish pizza. Buffalo wings vs. Tex-Mex if the Bills played the Cowboys. Hot air vs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
Though this city might have more parks than homeless people, the City Council tonight will consider a camping ban similar to a Santa Ana ordinance aimed at vagrants. Councilman R. Craig Scott, author of the proposal, said his purpose is to head off any potential conflict. "It's not that we have a problem in Laguna Hills," Scott said. "But should that kind of problem come, we'd like to have an ordinance ready to address it."
SPORTS
December 23, 1997 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
These should be happy days for the Laguna Hills football program, but instead of celebrating their Southern Section Division VIII title, the Hawks could be losing their coach. Ten days ago, Laguna Hills scored a resounding 56-14 victory over a favored La Mirada team. But now, the euphoria has turned to despair, at least in the coaches' offices.
NEWS
October 24, 1996 | SHELBY GRAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two city council members and a state water official have emerged as the favorites in the crowded field of South County candidates Gov. Pete Wilson is considering to replace Supervisor Marian Bergeson, who will step down in early November to become the governor's chief education advisor. Fourteen people have expressed interest in the appointment, but the top contenders are Laguna Niguel Councilwoman Patricia C. Bates, Laguna Hills Councilman R.
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