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September 29, 1994 | ROBYN LOEWENTHAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In the six years since Ray Taylor has been an on-air personality at K-HAY, Ventura County's largest country radio station, he's emceed concerts and outdoor celebrations, escorted contest winners in limos, survived monster-truck car-crushing demos and supported charitable events, including the station's annual Toys for Tots campaign.
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May 7, 1997 | GREG SANDOVAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The last act of Heath Ray Taylor's life reflected the way he lived his 17 years, according to friends and family: trying to meet new goals. Taylor embraced challenges, paying no mind to the risks his sports posed, or indeed the risks life posed, his family and friends said. Taylor loved slashing down mountain slopes on his snowboard and learning new stunts on his skateboard.
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November 7, 1992 | MANLEY WITTEN
Ray Taylor, Malibu's city manager for its first 15 months as an independent municipality, has resigned to take a similar job in Westlake Village. Taylor, 43, who has been commuting to Malibu from his home in Palos Verdes Estates, said the Westlake Village job is one he "coveted and really wanted." "The community has an excellent reputation as being well-managed with excellent staff," he said of Westlake Village, which has about 7,500 residents.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 7, 1997 | GREG SANDOVAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The last act of Heath Ray Taylor's life reflected the way he lived his 17 years, according to friends and family: trying to meet new goals. Taylor embraced challenges, paying no mind to the risks his sports posed, or indeed the risks life posed, his family and friends said. He loved slashing down mountain slopes on his snowboard and learning new stunts on his skateboard.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 7, 1997 | GREG SANDOVAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The last act of Heath Ray Taylor's life reflected the way he lived his 17 years, according to friends and family: trying to meet new goals. Taylor embraced challenges, paying no mind to the risks his sports posed, or indeed the risks life posed, his family and friends said. He loved slashing down mountain slopes on his snowboard and learning new stunts on his skateboard.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 7, 1997 | GREG SANDOVAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The last act of Heath Ray Taylor's life reflected the way he lived his 17 years, according to friends and family: trying to meet new goals. Taylor embraced challenges, paying no mind to the risks his sports posed, or indeed the risks life posed, his family and friends said. Taylor loved slashing down mountain slopes on his snowboard and learning new stunts on his skateboard.
NEWS
December 3, 1992 | MANLEY WITTEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
David Carmany, who has served as Agoura Hills city manager for five years, was chosen Monday by the Malibu City Council to replace Ray Taylor, who is leaving later this month for a similar job in Westlake Village. "Malibu offers a number of career challenges," Carmany said, "and I am looking forward to facing those." Specifically, he mentioned land use planning. "It's been a real privilege and pleasure serving Agoura Hills," Carmany said. "I really enjoyed my six years."
NEWS
June 13, 1985
Douglas R. Prichard, 27, has been hired as assistant city manager, replacing Ray Taylor, who resigned last month to become city manager of Ojai. Prichard, a Costa Mesa resident, will assume his duties July 8 at a salary of $2,850 a month, City Manager Harry Peacock said. Prichard has been assistant city manager post in Bellflower for three years.
NEWS
November 28, 1991
Robert Benard, planning director for Rancho Palos Verdes, has been hired as Malibu's first planning director, City Manager Ray Taylor announced this week. Benard will assume the $75,000-a-year post Jan. 6, Taylor said. Malibu will begin handling much of its own planning in the coming year. A private company now provides the city's planning services. Benard has been planning director in Rancho Palos Verdes for five years, and was a Long Beach planner for 13 years.
NEWS
September 29, 1994 | ROBYN LOEWENTHAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In the six years since Ray Taylor has been an on-air personality at K-HAY, Ventura County's largest country radio station, he's emceed concerts and outdoor celebrations, escorted contest winners in limos, survived monster-truck car-crushing demos and supported charitable events, including the station's annual Toys for Tots campaign.
NEWS
December 3, 1992 | MANLEY WITTEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
David Carmany, who has served as Agoura Hills city manager for five years, was chosen Monday by the Malibu City Council to replace Ray Taylor, who is leaving later this month for a similar job in Westlake Village. "Malibu offers a number of career challenges," Carmany said, "and I am looking forward to facing those." Specifically, he mentioned land use planning. "It's been a real privilege and pleasure serving Agoura Hills," Carmany said. "I really enjoyed my six years."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 1992 | MANLEY WITTEN
Ray Taylor, Malibu's city manager for its first 15 months as an independent municipality, has resigned to take a similar job in Westlake Village. Taylor, 43, who has been commuting to Malibu from his home in Palos Verdes Estates, said the Westlake Village job is one he "coveted and really wanted." "The community has an excellent reputation as being well-managed with excellent staff," he said of Westlake Village, which has about 7,500 residents.
SPORTS
November 30, 1989
Ernie Chavez of Westminster will seek his third main-event victory tonight in the monthly boxing program at the Irvine Marriott Hotel. Chavez (7-0), a welterweight, takes on Carlos Gonzalez of San Diego. Gonzalez (11-5) is the third fighter scheduled to face Chavez. Hedgemon Robertson was originally scheduled, but the boxer told promoter Don Fraser that he had to withdraw because of swollen eyes and a sinus problem caused by the Santa Ana wind conditions.
NEWS
December 15, 1991
Robert Benard, planning director for Rancho Palos Verdes and former Long Beach planner, has been hired as Malibu's first planning director, Malibu City Manager Ray Taylor has announced. Benard will assume the $75,000-a-year post Jan. 6, Taylor said. Malibu will begin handling much of its own planning in the coming year. A private company now provides the city's planning services. Benard has been planning director in Rancho Palos Verdes for five years, and was a Long Beach planner for 13 years.
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