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Redondo Beach Ca Elections 1997

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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1997
Greg Hill was officially named the new mayor of Redondo Beach and newcomer Kevin Sullivan formally took his seat on the City Council when final election results were announced Tuesday. Voting percentages in each race changed only a fraction of a percent from results announced election night. The final vote count came after the city clerk's office spent a week counting additional absentee ballots, many of which rolled in the day of the May 13 runoff election.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1997
Greg Hill was officially named the new mayor of Redondo Beach and newcomer Kevin Sullivan formally took his seat on the City Council when final election results were announced Tuesday. Voting percentages in each race changed only a fraction of a percent from results announced election night. The final vote count came after the city clerk's office spent a week counting additional absentee ballots, many of which rolled in the day of the May 13 runoff election.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1997 | TRACY JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In what has been a bitter battle to gain control over a fractious City Hall, Redondo Beach voters Tuesday elected City Councilman Greg Hill as the new mayor and local businessman Kevin Sullivan to the contentious City Council. With all 21 precincts reporting late Tuesday, Hill won the mayoral race. He was one of two candidates seeking the position vacated by Mayor Brad Parton after serving a maximum two terms.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1997 | TRACY JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In what has been a bitter battle to gain control over a fractious City Hall, Redondo Beach voters Tuesday elected City Councilman Greg Hill as the new mayor and local businessman Kevin Sullivan to the contentious City Council. With all 21 precincts reporting late Tuesday, Hill won the mayoral race. He was one of two candidates seeking the position vacated by Mayor Brad Parton after serving a maximum two terms.
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