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May 19, 1994 | KEVIN JOHNSON
Three of the candidates vying to succeed retiring Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder described the possible conversion of El Toro Marine Corps Air Station to a commercial airport as Orange County's greatest opportunity to attract new business and create jobs. The base conversion issue--addressed Wednesday by Huntington Beach Councilman Jim Silva, Raymond Thomas Littrell and Haydee V. Tillotson--has been particularly controversial in Orange County during the past year.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 30, 1997 | CATHY WERBLIN
Veteran city Councilman Bob Dinsen and former councilman Ray Littrell have filed a lawsuit in small claims court alleging that the city has misinterpreted its water ordinance and is billing residents illegally. Dinsen, who challenged the city's water rate structure with a failed ballot measure last year, said he and Littrell filed the suit after the city rejected an earlier reimbursement claim for $300. At issue is a $6 base rate that Dinsen said should include water.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 30, 1997 | CATHY WERBLIN
Veteran city Councilman Bob Dinsen and former councilman Ray Littrell have filed a lawsuit in small claims court alleging that the city has misinterpreted its water ordinance and is billing residents illegally. Dinsen, who challenged the city's water rate structure with a failed ballot measure last year, said he and Littrell filed the suit after the city rejected an earlier reimbursement claim for $300. At issue is a $6 base rate that Dinsen said should include water.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1994 | KEVIN JOHNSON
Three of the candidates vying to succeed retiring Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder described the possible conversion of El Toro Marine Corps Air Station to a commercial airport as Orange County's greatest opportunity to attract new business and create jobs. The base conversion issue--addressed Wednesday by Huntington Beach Councilman Jim Silva, Raymond Thomas Littrell and Haydee V. Tillotson--has been particularly controversial in Orange County during the past year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 4, 1994 | KEVIN JOHNSON
In an eleventh-hour scramble in his bid for a seat on the Board of Supervisors, Huntington Beach Councilman Jim Silva has dipped into his family savings for a $30,000 loan. With only a weekend remaining before Election Day, Silva said Friday the loan was necessary to "defend myself against attack mail" being circulated by opponents, specifically Huntington Beach businesswoman Haydee V. Tillotson.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1994 | KEVIN JOHNSON
County Supervisor Roger R. Stanton contends that the election of Huntington Beach Mayor Linda Moulton Patterson to the Board of Supervisors would damage county government and allow state Democrats to establish a fund-raising beachhead in Orange County.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 27, 1994 | GEBE MARTINEZ and KEVIN JOHNSON
If money were the deciding factor in the tight race to succeed retiring county Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder, businesswoman Haydee V. Tillotson would lead the crowded field because of her own deep pockets. Tillotson, however, is not the only candidate in the June 7 primary who has relied on personal finances to become a serious contender for public office, according to campaign finance reports filed Thursday with the registrar of voters.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 17, 1994 | KEVIN JOHNSON and LEN HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
More than two months before the June 7 election, state Sen. Marian Bergeson (R-Newport Beach) effectively won her bid to succeed retiring County Supervisor Thomas F. Riley when Wednesday's filing deadline passed leaving her without an opponent. "I'm very pleased not to have opposition, but we will still be continuing our campaign," Bergeson said. "We have scheduled (campaign) appointments into the spring, and I intend to keep them."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1994 | KEVIN JOHNSON and MARTIN MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Huntington Beach Mayor Linda Moulton Patterson and Councilman Jim Silva were running in a virtual dead heat with businesswoman Haydee V. Tillotson late Tuesday night as they battled for two places in a runoff for the northwest Orange County Board of Supervisors seat. Incumbent Supervisor William G. Steiner and state Sen. Marian Bergeson romped to easy victories in supervisorial races in their North and South County districts respectively.
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May 29, 1994
A listing of Democratic and Republican candidates, and candidates in nonpartisan races: DEMOCRATIC TICKET * Governor Tom Hayden John Garamendi Mark Calney Charles Pineda Jr. Kathleen Brown Jonathan Trip * Lieutenant Governor Philip R. Ashamallah Gray Davis * Secretary of State Tony Miller Gwen Moore Michael Woo * Controller Rusty Areias Kathleen Connell Don Perata * Treasurer Phil Angelides David A.
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May 29, 1994 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With the retirement of a pair of longtime members, the June election will create the most significant leadership overhaul the county's Board of Supervisors has undergone in nearly 15 years. "There's definitely a feeling that there will be a change of chemistry on the board," said Supervisor William G. Steiner, the only incumbent on the ballot. "I think there will be different prospectives and chances for different leadership. But whoever is there will have their work cut out for them."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 1994 | KEVIN JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Losing supervisorial candidate Haydee V. Tillotson threw her support Wednesday to fellow Republican and front-runner Jim Silva for the fall campaign in what promises to be a volatile runoff for the northwest county seat on Orange County's governing board. Silva finished first in the five-way race for the 2nd District seat, narrowly edging Huntington Beach Mayor Linda Moulton Patterson and Tillotson.
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