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February 24, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At first glance, the 10 candidates running for the City Council in the proposed city of Laguna Hills seem to espouse the same conservative philosophies about how to run a new city government. Phrases such as "fiscal conservative" and "families and children" roll off their tongues easily as they describe the basic services and bare-bones budgets they would manage if elected.
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February 24, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At first glance, the 10 candidates running for the City Council in the proposed city of Laguna Hills seem to espouse the same conservative philosophies about how to run a new city government. Phrases such as "fiscal conservative" and "families and children" roll off their tongues easily as they describe the basic services and bare-bones budgets they would manage if elected.
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December 16, 1998 | Chris Ceballos, (949) 248-2155
Cindy Greengold replaced R. Craig Scott as mayor after a council vote earlier this month. Greengold and Scott--along with Councilman Randal J. Bressette--were automatically reelected this year when council elections were canceled because of a lack of opposition. Councilman Joel T. Lautenschleger was selected to serve as mayor pro-tem.
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December 14, 1995 | BY HOPE HAMASHIGE, SARAH KLEIN, FRANK MESSINA AND JULIE FATE SULLIVAN
Randal J. Bressette took over as mayor of the city this week, promising to keep several high-profile projects moving forward in 1996 and push for a city library. In the annual shifting of mayoral duties on Tuesday, the council appointed Bressette to replace former Mayor Joel T. Lautenschleger, who will continue on the council. Melody Carruth was named mayor pro tem.
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July 19, 1994 | LYNN FRANEY
Mayor Pro Tem Randal J. Bressette announced Monday that he will run for reelection to the City Council. Mayor R. Craig Scott also is running for reelection. Bressette said he will focus on financial responsibility, the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station closure, and public safety if he is reelected to the five-member council. Scott said he hopes to keep the city's budget lean, promote public safety, and continue providing athletic facilities for Laguna Hills residents.
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December 6, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
Unlike most sobriety checks, a traffic stop being conducted tonight wasn't instigated by law enforcement officers. Though sheriff's deputies will be the ones halting vehicles on Moulton Parkway southbound near Lake Forest Drive from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m., the idea came from city officials. With prompting from Mayor Randal J. Bressette, the city staff came up with money from a federal grant to pay for tonight's check and another next year.
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December 21, 1993
R. Craig Scott is the city's new mayor. In an election by City Council members last week, Scott was chosen unanimously to serve in the top post. Scott, 40, previously served as mayor pro tem for the 2-year-old city. He succeeds L. Allan Songstad Jr. In the last year, Scott was instrumental in the passage of Laguna Hills' strict anti-smoking ordinance that went into effect in September. Scott, father of eight children, is a labor lawyer who runs his own firm. In another vote, Councilman Randal J.
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May 5, 1998 | FRANK MESSINA
City leaders have approved a long-term contract with a design architect who since 1991 has helped build parks and other facilities in town. Richard Fisher & Associates, a Santa Ana firm, received a three-year contract capped at $300,000 to provide professional services to Laguna Hills. The City Council unanimously approved the contract, although Councilman Randal J. Bressette had initially asked the council to consider using another architect.
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October 13, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
Over objections from the business community, the City Council has adopted restrictions on the display of banners and new signs. Passed as part of a revamping of city zoning and other codes, the sign ordinance will limit the display of banners for sales and special events to 45 days over a year and require a special permit for any changes or additions to existing signs.
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