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November 24, 1991
Re Bolsa Chica Wetlands restoration "deal": Ralph Bauer, who criticized The Times' Nov. 11 editorial ("A Deal's a Deal in Bolsa Chica") is a longtime Huntington Beach activist, respected opinion leader and active member of one of the state's toughest and most effective environmental groups, the Amigos de Bolsa Chica (Letters, "No Wetlands Deal Until People Speak," Nov. 17). Anyone with any sense of the history of the planning efforts for development of the privately owned Bolsa Chica area during the 1970s and '80s knows that the Amigos brought well-informed, well-publicized and steadfast opposition to each land-use plan for Bolsa Chica over a period of two decades--until 1989.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1993 | BILL BILLITER
City Atty. Gail C. Hutton has issued a legal opinion saying that Councilman Ralph Bauer has no conflict of interest involving his property and Koll Co. development proposals for land around the Bolsa Chica wetlands. Bauer, a critic of the Koll plan, was accused of a conflict of interest by a citizens' organization, the Bolsa Chica Alliance. The alliance supports the Koll Co.'s plans to build a residential development and to restore some degraded wetlands around the Bolsa Chica.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1993 | BILL BILLITER
City Atty. Gail C. Hutton has issued a legal opinion saying that Councilman Ralph Bauer has no conflict of interest involving his property and Koll Co. development proposals for land around the Bolsa Chica wetlands. Bauer, a critic of the Koll plan, was accused of a conflict of interest by a citizens' organization, the Bolsa Chica Alliance. The alliance supports the Koll Co.'s plans to build a residential development and to restore some degraded wetlands around the Bolsa Chica.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 22, 1992 | BILL BILLITER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ending six weeks of political fighting between environmentalists and supporters of development, the City Council on Monday named environmentalist Ralph Bauer to replace the late Councilman Jack Kelly. Bauer, 62, the leader of an organization adamantly opposed to plans for development in the Bolsa Chica area, was chosen by a 5-1 vote to complete the remaining two years on Kelly's term. It took the council 10 straw votes to reach a consensus.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 22, 1992 | BILL BILLITER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ending six weeks of political fighting between environmentalists and supporters of development, the City Council on Monday named environmentalist Ralph Bauer to replace the late Councilman Jack Kelly. Bauer, 62, the leader of an organization adamantly opposed to plans for development in the Bolsa Chica area, was chosen by a 5-1 vote to complete the remaining two years on Kelly's term. It took the council 10 straw votes to reach a consensus.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 21, 2000 | Kenneth Ma, (714) 965-7172, Ext. 13
The City Council unanimously approved studying the cost of building an animal shelter in Huntington Beach. The $50,000 study comes in response to 350 postcards from concerned people calling for the city to provide humane animal services. Councilman Ralph Bauer said a shelter in Huntington Beach would be an alternative to the county shelter, where Huntington Beach strays are currently impounded. If the city builds a shelter, it may be shared by other cities in a joint-powers agreement.
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September 25, 1994 | Special to The Times
A Santa Monica police sergeant, shot twice in an exchange of gunfire with an alleged hit-and-run driver in Van Nuys on Friday, has been released from a hospital in good condition, authorities said Saturday. Sgt. Ralph Bauer, a 23-year veteran of the Santa Monica Police Department, was released from Northridge Hospital Medical Center just a few hours after he was shot in the neck and back Friday evening. Authorities said Bauer's bulletproof vest saved his life.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1994 | MARY LOU PICKEL
City Administrator Michael T. Uberuaga will receive an 11% salary increase starting in February, the City Council decided Monday. The raise was approved by a 4-3 vote and will put Uberuaga's salary at $142,457. Councilman Ralph Bauer said Uberuaga has "done a fine job and I think he's saved us some money." But Councilman David Sullivan said he could not vote for the raise. "There are a lot of people who have done good jobs during this recession and they haven't gotten increases," he said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 24, 1991
Re Bolsa Chica Wetlands restoration "deal": Ralph Bauer, who criticized The Times' Nov. 11 editorial ("A Deal's a Deal in Bolsa Chica") is a longtime Huntington Beach activist, respected opinion leader and active member of one of the state's toughest and most effective environmental groups, the Amigos de Bolsa Chica (Letters, "No Wetlands Deal Until People Speak," Nov. 17). Anyone with any sense of the history of the planning efforts for development of the privately owned Bolsa Chica area during the 1970s and '80s knows that the Amigos brought well-informed, well-publicized and steadfast opposition to each land-use plan for Bolsa Chica over a period of two decades--until 1989.
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