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November 4, 1999 | PHIL WILLON and SEAN KIRWAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A day after a landslide vote to break away as Orange County's newest city, the residents of Rancho Santa Margarita awoke Wednesday without a city hall, without any city laws and without a single city cent. The monumental task of creating a new government from scratch begins today inside the auditorium of the local intermediate school, where the five newly elected City Council members will convene for the first time. From now until Jan.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 4, 1999 | PHIL WILLON and SEAN KIRWAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A day after a landslide vote to break away as Orange County's newest city, the residents of Rancho Santa Margarita awoke Wednesday without a city hall, without any city laws and without a single city cent. The monumental task of creating a new government from scratch begins today inside the auditorium of the local intermediate school, where the five newly elected City Council members will convene for the first time. From now until Jan.
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July 29, 1999 | Noaki Schwartz, (949) 574-4208
Three of the five members of the Rancho Santa Margarita Cityhood Committee announced their bid to be on the first City Council. It followed a unanimous decision Tuesday by the Orange County Board of Supervisors to put cityhood on the November ballot. Carol Gamble, Gary Thompson and Neil Blais made their decision last week after they said they were inundated with calls and letters from residents asking them to run.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 1999 | Noaki Schwartz, (949) 574-4208
Three of the five members of the Rancho Santa Margarita Cityhood Committee announced their bid to be on the first City Council. It followed a unanimous decision Tuesday by the Orange County Board of Supervisors to put cityhood on the November ballot. Carol Gamble, Gary Thompson and Neil Blais made their decision last week after they said they were inundated with calls and letters from residents asking them to run.
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June 23, 1999 | JENIFER RAGLAND, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Orange County supervisors approved a financial agreement Tuesday with Rancho Santa Margarita cityhood proponents, marking a major milestone in the area's nearly five-year crusade for political independence. The Local Agency Formation Commission is expected to set boundaries and approve the cityhood plan today. The proposal goes to the voters for final approval in November.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1999 | JENIFER RAGLAND, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Orange County supervisors approved a financial agreement Tuesday with Rancho Santa Margarita cityhood proponents, marking a major milestone in the area's nearly five-year crusade for political independence. The Local Agency Formation Commission is expected to set boundaries and approve the cityhood plan today. The proposal goes to the voters for final approval in November.
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