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November 7, 1997
Rancho Palos Verdes City Manager Paul Bussey announced Thursday that he plans to retire after working more than 40 years in five cities. Bussey, 62, said plans to do "what all retired people" do: travel, read and garden. "I may even do some teaching," Bussey added, "But I have no plans to take another full-time job in local government." The former Peace Corps member's tenure in the tony hilltop city began more than seven years ago when the city was struggling with financial problems.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 1997
Rancho Palos Verdes City Manager Paul Bussey announced Thursday that he plans to retire after working more than 40 years in five cities. Bussey, 62, said plans to do "what all retired people" do: travel, read and garden. "I may even do some teaching," Bussey added, "But I have no plans to take another full-time job in local government." The former Peace Corps member's tenure in the tony hilltop city began more than seven years ago when the city was struggling with financial problems.
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March 25, 1993 | JANET RAE-DUPREE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rancho Palos Verdes City Councilman Robert E. Ryan, who helped found the city in 1973 and has served on its council ever since, abruptly resigned Wednesday to accept an appointment to the county's Regional Planning Commission. Ryan's resignation came in the form of a two-page press release in which he reminisced about his two decades in politics and noted that he could not hold elective office while serving on the planning commission.
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March 25, 1993 | JANET RAE-DUPREE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rancho Palos Verdes City Councilman Robert E. Ryan, who helped found the city in 1973 and has served on its council ever since, abruptly resigned Wednesday to accept an appointment to the county's Regional Planning Commission. Ryan's resignation came in the form of a two-page press release in which he reminisced about his two decades in politics and noted that he could not hold elective office while serving on the planning commission.
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