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October 20, 1992
Five candidates are vying for three open seats in Area 1, and four candidates are vying for a single seat in Area 3, of the Rancho Santiago Community College District election on Nov. 3. AREA 1 Covers most of Santa Ana Brian E. Conley Age: 43. Occupation: Incumbent; chairman of visual arts department at Golden West College. Background: One four-year term on board; current Santa Ana 2000 member; former member O.C. Community College Legislative Task Force.
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February 9, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rancho Santiago Community College District trustees have appointed Erlinda Martinez president of Santa Ana College. She replaces Rita Cepeda, who was moved to a vice chancellor position last summer, a move faculty considered a demotion. Martinez begins her job March 14. She had been vice president for student services/assistant superintendent at Cerritos College in Norwalk since 1995. Martinez has a doctorate in education from USC.
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December 22, 1998 | Jason Kandel, (714) 564-1038
Edward Hernandez, chancellor of the Rancho Santiago Community College District, has been recognized as a distinguished community leader at Orange County's United Way 1998 Hispanic Influentials Salute. The annual award goes to people who display outstanding leadership skills.
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August 25, 1998 | JASON KANDEL and JOHN CANALIS
Rosa Perez has resigned as vice president of student services at Rancho Santiago Community College District. She will take a similar job at Chabot College in Hayward. She has served as lead student services administrator at Santiago Canyon College since 1995. A native of San Francisco, Perez joined the Rancho Santiago Community College District after three years as dean of counseling, advising and matriculation at Skyline College in San Bruno.
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October 9, 2001
Enrollment in the Rancho Santiago Community College District has increased 14.3% this fall, officials said. Santiago Canyon College showed a 25.3% increase over last fall, and Santa Ana College had a 10.6% gain. This marks the sixth year in a row that district enrollment has increased, officials said. The district serves Anaheim Hills, Garden Grove, Irvine, Orange, Santa Ana, Tustin and Villa Park.
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March 14, 1996 | HOPE HAMASHIGE and MIMI KO CRUZ
Rancho Santiago Community College District's trustees have reaffirmed a statement of ethical conduct. Among principles to which the board members make a commitment are the educational welfare and equality of opportunity of the district's students, dedication to current and future students rather than constituent groups, empowerment of all employees and students, fiscal responsibility, economic development and community responsiveness.
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September 24, 1999 | Jason Kandel, (714) 966-5848
At a recent City Council meeting, the Rancho Santiago Community College District Chancellor Eddie Hernandez presented the Pew Civic Entrepreneur Initiative Award to the city of Santa Ana to recognize it as a New Century Leadership City that engages diverse people in civic life. Also at the meeting, Mayor Miguel A. Pulido Jr. and Cal State Fullerton mathematics professor David Pagni presented an outstanding mathematics performance certificate to student Loanne Lee.
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November 2, 2001 | JEFF GOTTLIEB, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Rancho Santiago Community College District has received a $1.5-million federal grant to help build a high-tech business development center in Santa Ana. The city is expected to sell the district an acre at Bristol Street just north of Edinger Avenue for $1. The site will house the 20,000-square-foot Digital Media Business Accelerator.
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October 9, 2001
Enrollment in the Rancho Santiago Community College District has increased 14.3% this fall, officials said. Santiago Canyon College showed a 25.3% increase over last fall, and Santa Ana College had a 10.6% gain. This marks the sixth year in a row that district enrollment has increased, officials said. The district serves Anaheim Hills, Garden Grove, Irvine, Orange, Santa Ana, Tustin and Villa Park.
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May 31, 2001 | JEAN O. PASCO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A bill requiring Tustin to turn over 100 acres of land on the former Tustin Marine base for Santa Ana schools is expected to pass today in the state Senate and head to Gov. Gray Davis for his signature. The bill, by Assemblyman Lou Correa (D-Anaheim), easily passed the Assembly in April. A similar bill by Sen. Joe Dunn (D-Santa Ana) also was approved earlier by the Senate. Sen.
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April 11, 2001 | JEAN O. PASCO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hopes for resolving a stubborn dispute between Tustin and two Santa Ana school districts over land at the closed Tustin Marine base evaporated this week after Tustin presented its final offer and the districts rebuffed it. "We're at a standstill," attorney Ruben A. Smith, representing the Santa Ana Unified School District, said Tuesday. "You can't negotiate with yourself." Tustin made significant concessions in recent weeks but isn't willing to go further, City Manager William A. Huston said.
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March 4, 2001 | HECTOR BECERRA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They are neighbors, but these days, Santa Ana and Tustin are far from neighborly. Particularly when it comes to deciding the future of the mothballed Tustin Marine Corps Air Facility. And don't look for the relationship to improve any time soon. When the Department of the Navy approved Tustin's reuse plan for the 1,561-acre former helicopter base Feb.
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December 22, 2000 | JEAN O. PASCO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An Assembly bill that would have forced Tustin to provide land at the closed Marine helicopter base for Santa Ana schools will not be introduced this week as planned, the bill's author said Thursday. Assemblyman Lou Correa (D-Anaheim) said some progress has been made in negotiations to resolve Tustin's dispute with the Santa Ana Unified and Rancho Santiago Community College districts. The city asked for more time, he said, so he agreed to hold off on his bill.
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November 28, 2000 | JEAN O. PASCO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Officials at two Santa Ana school districts have upped the stakes in the fight over land at the former Tustin Marine base, alleging the city is engaging in racial discrimination by refusing them space for needed campuses. City leaders in Tustin have said the 100-acre chunk desired by the school districts is too valuable to be given away. They have plans for commercial development on the land.
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