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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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October 28, 1998
TRUSTEE AREA 2 (one seat) John R. Hanna Age: 47 Occupation: Civil attorney Background: Current trustee; former Santa Ana planning commissioner; former St. Joseph Ballet Company board member; former Buena Park Community Development Advisory Board member; former Orange County Democratic Party chairman Issues: Provide plant locations and online classroom opportunities for an increasing student population; ensure affordable education; continue economic development programs M.
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June 27, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
A hundred parents who want a new school to be built at the closed Tustin Marine base traveled overnight to Sacramento on Tuesday in two chartered buses to seek Gov. Gray Davis' support. Two bills awaiting Gray's signature would make school construction at the base a priority over commercial development, which Tustin officials propose, and would set aside 100 acres for Santa Ana Unified and Rancho Santiago Community College districts.
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June 1, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
The state Senate adjourned Thursday without considering a bill that would require Tustin to turn over 100 acres of land on the closed Tustin Marine base to Santa Ana schools. The bill, by Assemblyman Lou Correa (D-Anaheim), passed in April in the Assembly. The Senate was expected to vote on the bill Thursday. Instead, legislators considered only Senate bills before leaving for the weekend, Correa's chief of staff, Chris Leo, said. Sen.
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June 5, 2001
A bill that would help Santa Ana claim 100 acres of land at the closed Tustin Marine base passed the Assembly on Monday. The bill by Sen. Joe Dunn (D-Santa Ana), which already passed in the Senate, would give priority to school construction over other redevelopment activities at closed military bases. It passed the Assembly on a party-line vote of 45-28.
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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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December 12, 1991 | TED JOHNSON
Who says that all of academia is stuck in an ivory tower? Under the new Talent Search program, prospects for higher education are just down the street. College and university recruiters are taking part in an effort to lure "at-risk" youth and underrepresented students by way of a van that will travel to neighborhood community centers. The program is based at Cal State Fullerton.
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July 15, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Student enrollment in the Santa Ana Unified School District is expected to increase by 22,000 students by the year 2000, requiring the district to construct more than 680 new classrooms, according to a study to be presented to the school board later this month. Santa Ana Unified administrators presented a preview of the study last week to officials from the city and neighboring school districts to point out the dire need for new and improved schools in Santa Ana.
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September 24, 2000
They say timing is everything, an adage officials from two Santa Ana school districts can sadly attest to. They were only minutes, perhaps seconds, away from securing a vote of the Legislature on Aug. 31 that would have forced the city of Tustin to turn over 100 acres of the former Tustin Marine base for a joint campus. But the clock struck midnight, ending the year's legislative session. It's tough to be beaten by the clock and political wrangling rather than on the issue itself.
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September 7, 2000 | JEAN O. PASCO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Santa Ana school officials will ask U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley to intervene in their quest to force Tustin to turn over 100 acres on the city's former Marine base for a joint campus. Officials with the Santa Ana Unified and Rancho Santiago Community College districts said they hope to persuade Riley to push the department's 1994 approval for school sites on the base, which included Santa Ana.
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