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April 25, 1997
Redondo Beach's city government, which has been shaken in recent months by accusations that city employees were spying on police union meetings, suffered another blow with the arrest of the city's director of information services and a computer maintenance contractor. Ricardo Reyna Garcia, 34, who was one of those employees accused of spying on the police meeting, was arrested Wednesday by Redondo Beach police on suspicion of breaking state conflict-of-interest laws.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 6, 1999
Voters will elect their first new city clerk in 17 years on Tuesday. The candidates--municipal clerk Sandy Forrest, 53, and business owner and accountant Eleanor Manzano, 39--were the top vote-getters in the six-candidate primary in March. Forrest received 31% of the ballots cast to Manzano's 21%. The winner will replace John Oliver, who has been city clerk since 1982. Oliver ran for reelection and received only 18% of the March vote.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 6, 1999
Voters will elect their first new city clerk in 17 years on Tuesday. The candidates--municipal clerk Sandy Forrest, 53, and business owner and accountant Eleanor Manzano, 39--were the top vote-getters in the six-candidate primary in March. Forrest received 31% of the ballots cast to Manzano's 21%. The winner will replace John Oliver, who has been city clerk since 1982. Oliver ran for reelection and received only 18% of the March vote.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1997
City officials have placed two employees accused of spying on a police union meeting on paid administrative leave, officials said. Auditor Crystal Alexander and General Services Officer Bill Bollinger were placed on leave by City Manager Paul Connolly until the end of the week, when city officials plan to meet with them, Connolly said. Their future employment with the city is uncertain.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 14, 1995
The Redondo Beach City Council voted this week to eliminate the position of a city employee who raised charges of wrongdoing at City Hall during his unsuccessful March election bid for the city treasurer's post. Armando Herrera, a 25-year employee of the city, had alleged a series of indiscretions in Redondo Beach government during his campaign, claiming that some workers had been promoted over others more deserving of jobs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 25, 1996
Redondo Beach firefighters have rejected a proposed change in their contract that would allow firefighters to reside more than 60 miles away. Currently, firefighters are not allowed to live that far away, but several reside outside the mandated area and many are fighting the city's effort to enforce the residency rule.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 10, 1997
Beleaguered Redondo Beach City Manager Bill Kirchhoff has been on paid leave since Feb. 10 after workers he supervises were accused of spying on a police officers union meeting. The City Council wrestled for four hours Thursday with whether to allow Kirchhoff to return to work, but the panel could not reach a decision. The council continued those deliberations late Friday in hopes of deciding Kirchhoff's future with the city before Tuesday's run-off election.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1997
City officials have placed two employees accused of spying on a police union meeting on paid administrative leave, officials said. Auditor Crystal Alexander and General Services Officer Bill Bollinger were placed on leave by City Manager Paul Connolly until the end of the week, when city officials plan to meet with them, Connolly said. Their future employment with the city is uncertain.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Redondo Beach public officials will still be able to accept a free cup of coffee--for now. After considerable debate Wednesday night, the City Council voted 3 to 2 to reject a proposal that would have prohibited city employees and elected officials from accepting gifts, meals and beverages from virtually anyone. Instead, the council directed the city attorney to draft an ordinance patterned after a less restrictive one recently adopted by the Orange County Board of Supervisors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 10, 1997
Beleaguered Redondo Beach City Manager Bill Kirchhoff has been on paid leave since Feb. 10 after workers he supervises were accused of spying on a police officers union meeting. The City Council wrestled for four hours Thursday with whether to allow Kirchhoff to return to work, but the panel could not reach a decision. The council continued those deliberations late Friday in hopes of deciding Kirchhoff's future with the city before Tuesday's run-off election.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1997
Redondo Beach's city government, which has been shaken in recent months by accusations that city employees were spying on police union meetings, suffered another blow with the arrest of the city's director of information services and a computer maintenance contractor. Ricardo Reyna Garcia, 34, who was one of those employees accused of spying on the police meeting, was arrested Wednesday by Redondo Beach police on suspicion of breaking state conflict-of-interest laws.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 25, 1996
Redondo Beach firefighters have rejected a proposed change in their contract that would allow firefighters to reside more than 60 miles away. Currently, firefighters are not allowed to live that far away, but several reside outside the mandated area and many are fighting the city's effort to enforce the residency rule.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 14, 1995
The Redondo Beach City Council voted this week to eliminate the position of a city employee who raised charges of wrongdoing at City Hall during his unsuccessful March election bid for the city treasurer's post. Armando Herrera, a 25-year employee of the city, had alleged a series of indiscretions in Redondo Beach government during his campaign, claiming that some workers had been promoted over others more deserving of jobs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Redondo Beach public officials will still be able to accept a free cup of coffee--for now. After considerable debate Wednesday night, the City Council voted 3 to 2 to reject a proposal that would have prohibited city employees and elected officials from accepting gifts, meals and beverages from virtually anyone. Instead, the council directed the city attorney to draft an ordinance patterned after a less restrictive one recently adopted by the Orange County Board of Supervisors.
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